It has been a long road to recovery for Mark Chesnutt, but according to a recent update things are improving and he will be back on the road soon.
Chesnutt underwent major back surgery over the summer that took 9-10 weeks to recover, prompting him to cancel all of his July, August and September concerts with the intention of rescheduling them to the ‘to come up.
Although Chesnutt revealed in mid-August that he and his wife had also tested positive for COVID-19, things now appear to be heading in the right direction regarding a full return to health for the singer.
“I had excellent control with Dr today,” Chesnutt wrote in a September 13 Facebook post, “and he’s telling me based on my recovery that I can be back on the road at the end of September.”
The “Too Cold at Home” singer was quick to get back into the mix, as he also started announcing shows.
“We will be in Youngsville, LA on Route 92 on October 1st, then in Winnie TX on October 1st! I look forward to seeing you all there, ”his message continued.
Since announcing Chesnutt’s recovery and returning to the stage, he has also announced a show at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on December 10. Listed on Chesnutt’s website is also a September 25 show at the DeWitt Medical Foundation gala in Cuero, TX, as well as a series of dates that start in October and run through May 2022.