John Anderson met an unfortunate incident 4 days ago after being hospitalized in Nashville for an undisclosed health issue.

John Anderson Hospitalized

John Anderson, Alabama Performance

Main Street Music Festival in Albertville, Alabama tapped John Anderson to headline a performance last August 5 2017. However, before the said date, Anderson’s team released a press statement that was also posted on the Main Street Music Festival’s Facebook account announcing the ‘Seminole Wind’ singer’s cancellation of his appearance.

The press release did not detail a specific medical diagnosis of John Anderson’s hospitalization but it can be noted that it was described as ‘serious.’ Here’s the full press-release announcement:

“At approximately 10am, Tuesday, August 1st, organizers were unfortunately made aware that John Anderson would have to cancel his show Saturday, August 5th, at the Main Street Music Festival in Albertville. A statement from John’s team is included below:

“Due to unforeseen and serious medical issues, John Anderson will not be appearing August 5th in Albertville, AL.
He will remain, for the time being, under the direct care and supervision of a Nashville area doctor.
John is deeply saddened to not be able to perform for his friends in Alabama, and hopeful he will begin healing soon.”

The Main Street Music Festival Committee extends our warmest wishes, thoughts, and prayers to John at this time and is hoping he makes a full and quick recovery.”

Discography, John Anderson

John Anderson has been critically acclaimed for charting more than 40 songs on Billboard country. He had five number ones including, ‘Wild and Blue,’ ‘Swingin,’ ‘Black Sheep’ and ‘Money in the Bank.’ His latest album called ‘Goldmine’ features a song written by another country legend, ‘Merle Haggard.’ He also received several nominations from Country Music Association particularly on his song, ‘Swingin.’

He was inducted to the Nasville Songwriters Hall of Fame last 5th of October 2014.