Chris Janson has had to cancel his tour with 1990s country star Travis Tritt because Tritt has an injury. Chris took to his Twitter this afternoon (11/1) to give details to his fans.
Janson shared Tritt’s post from Twitter that read in part, “I have been experiencing severe pain in my left knee for the past few weeks due to a possible torn meniscus. With short bits of rest between shows, I had hoped that the pain would eventually subside and I could complete all of my remaining dates in November, including all the dates on the current ‘Can’t-Miss Tour’ with Chris Janson and War Hippies.”
Chris shared Travis’ update to fans on Twitter, writing, “To my fans that bought tickets to the “Can’t-Miss Tour,” I just found out that Travis has a knee injury & has to cancel. Unfortunately, I’ve tried every way to still come play the shows for ya’ll, but it’s unable to happen! I’m sad & devastated.”
To my fans that bought tickets to the “Can’t Miss Tour”, I just found out that Travis has a knee injury & has to cancel.— Chris Janson (@janson_chris) November 1, 2022
Unfortunately I’ve tried every way to still come play the shows for ya’ll but it’s unable to happen!
I’m sad & devastated. https://t.co/ZuE6xueRW8
A few minutes later, Janson tweeted, “Hoping to get back to the markets soon, we are working to find dates. I’m sorry – Refunds are available at the point of purchase immediately.”
Hoping to get back to the markets soon we are working to find dates.— Chris Janson (@janson_chris) November 1, 2022
I’m sorry - Refunds are available at point of purchase immediately. https://t.co/6AGkLHfsKo
Fans reacted to his post with one writing, “I’m literally never gonna get to see you. I have a Chris Janson curse!”
In May, Chris released a creepy video of a duet with himself and Eric Church called “You, Me & The River,” and it starts out with Eric dragging a body into a river. It is a song that Church wrote and is the first song Chris put on an album that he didn’t write himself.
Janson told CMT of the video when it came out, “It’s a big, big production video and a lot of fun. It’s pretty intense. It’s like the show Ozark or something like that. It is very, very much in that vein of, ‘Whoa.'”