Jerry Lee Lewis' Facebook account posted Tuesday (May 21) that the veteran rocker's upcoming show in Nashville, scheduled for July 1, has been canceled because he is still recovering from a stroke suffered in late February.
"Unfortunately, Jerry Lee Lewis will have to cancel the July 1 Nashville show at Schermerhorn Symphony Center,” the post began. “Although Jerry Lee is progressing miraculously in his recovery following the recent stroke, he doesn’t feel his performing is yet back to the level that his fans deserve. In the meantime, Jerry Lee is continuing his rehabilitation and his team expects a full recovery, as well as a return show in Nashville in the very near future." The Schermon Symphony Center show had been scheduled for December but was moved to July 1 on doctor's orders, according to a statement on his website.