Alabama Bows Out of Oro Medonte Show Over Health Concerns

Vocalist Suffering Vertigo and Migranes

The Big Sky Music Festival in Oro Medonte will go ahead without one of its headliners, over health concerns for Alabama front man Randy Owens.

“Co-founder and lead vocalist Randy Owen is suffering from severe vertigo and migraines.” reads a statement from Invcitus Entertainment, Alabama’s representative. “Randy is currently under doctor’s care and being treated. We hope to return to both Ottawa and Oro soon, and apologize to all of the fans for not being able to perform.”

The Big Sky Music Festival will feature Travis Tritt, Diamond Rio, Mason Ramsey, Jason McCoy & The Redhill Valleys at Burl’s Creek Event Grounds, in Oro-Medonte on Saturday, July 20th.