Following a trend of musicians who have cancelled performances due to various reasons, country music star Miranda Lambert, 28, who is married to Blake Shelton of The Voice, has suspended all scheduled performances until next weekend due to vocal problems.

"Due to overextending her voice, Miranda Lambert has been placed on vocal rest," said her publicist, reports The Boot. "She's under the care of her doctor and she hopes to return to the road next weekend." The first Lambert show to get axed was her appearance at Friday night's "Jam in the Valley" festival in Varysburg, New York. Tonight's show in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has also been "postponed," according to the Facebook page for the performance.

Gretchen Wilson and Sawyer Brown replaced Lambert last minute at the Jam in the Valley New York show. Lambert hopes to return to her scheduled concert stops in Alabama and Georgia next weekend. Earlier this year, Lambert also altered her concert schedule after Shelton's father died, and again after a friend passed away, reports

Lambert's concert organizers are encouraging fans to keep their unused tickets so that plans for refunds can later be arranged.

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