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Singer Josh Ritter cancels Knitting Factory show

Josh Ritter recorded “Fever Breaks” with Jason Isbell at Nashville’s RCA Studio A. (David McClister)
Josh Ritter recorded “Fever Breaks” with Jason Isbell at Nashville’s RCA Studio A. (David McClister)

Because of vocal issues, singer Josh Ritter has canceled a string of shows on his current tour, including tonight’s show at the Knitting Factory.

On Twitter, Ritter said he’s working to reschedule the show, but in the meantime, all tickets and fees will be refunded.

“Unfortunately my voice is still gone and following doctor’s orders I’m canceling the show in Spokane Friday night,” he wrote. “This is heartbreaking for me – I live to sing for you. Thank you all for being so patient while I get my voice back.”

Ritter is on tour in support of his latest album, “Fever Breaks.”

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