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Ronnie Milsap Cancels June 12 Celebrity Theatre Concert

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Country singer and pianist Ronnie Milsap canceled his June 12 show at Celebrity Theatre due to unspecified health reasons.

"Under doctor's supervision, Ronnie Milsap has not been cleared to travel and/or perform, and must regretfully cancel his scheduled [Arizona] and [California] appearances this week. Ronnie sends his sincere apologies to all the fans and hopes to be able to re-schedule the respective shows in Phoenix, Tucson and El Cajon soon," said a statement issued by his management.

The singer hopes to re-schedule the Phoenix concert soon, according to a press release issued by Celebrity Theatre. Tickets purchased for the Celebrity Theatre date will be good for the newly scheduled date. Alternatively, refunds will be issued at the point of purchase.

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