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Meghan Trainor Cancels 3 More Shows Due to Vocal Hemorrhage

Meghan Trainor performs on NBC's "Today" at the Rockefeller Center on May 22, 2015 in New York, New York.
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Meghan Trainor performs on NBC's "Today" at the Rockefeller Center on May 22, 2015 in New York, New York. 

Announces Rescheduled Dates for Uncasville, Conn., Chicago, Detroit and Atlantic City, N.J.

After Meghan Trainor revealed last week she had been diagnosed with a hemorrhage on her vocal cords and was forced to postponed a string of shows, the pop singer has announced more cancelations as well as some new dates. 

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Trainor took to Instagram Monday to tell her fans that the concerts in Detroit and Chicago scheduled for this weekend will now be rescheduled. Her appearance at the Common Ground Music Festival Tuesday in Lansing, Mich., has been canceled. 

There is good news, though. The "All About That Bass" singer said she is feeling "much better" and a number of her dates have already been rescheduled, including shows in Uncasville, Conn., Chicago, Detroit and Atlantic City, N.J.

 

I have bad news, my doctor says I have to postpone two more dates, Detroit & Chicago and sadly I have to cancel my appearance at the Common Ground Music Festival. But there is good news!! I’m feeling much better, have already rescheduled most dates and will come back around to see you all soon!! Thank you Dr. Kessler for seeing me immediately and being so helpful and thank you guys for all the edits/get well posts you made. You made me feel a lot better about this crappy situation. I love you all so much!! New dates for postponed shows below!! MON 9/7 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena WED 9/9 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom FRI 9/11 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore SUN 9/13 Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Festival Park

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