Due To Health Issues “Alan Jackson” Suspend Atlantic City Concert

ATLANTIC CITY ATLANTIC CITYFaced with health problems Country singer Alan Jackson is postponing his concert at the Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall on Friday.

The pop star is afflicted with Charcot-Marie Tooth disorder, which is commonly referred to by the name of CMT, Boardwalk Hall said Tuesday when it announced the postponement.

Jackson is 63 and has lived with the disease for a number of years. As per the Mayo Clinic, CMT is a degenerative neurodegenerative disease that typically manifests in the adolescent years or in the early years of adulthood. Signs of CMT include muscle weakness and a decrease in muscle size. diminished sensation, hammertoes and arches that are high.

Jackson stated in his statement on Tuesday that he’s fighting his health problems.

“I wanted to attend. I don’t want being disappointed by my fan base,” Jackson said. “I did everything I could to do my best to perform this show in this moment.”

The public is advised to keep their tickets as they’ll be honored when the date for next year is announced. for the following year. The details should be sent to ticket holders shortly, Boardwalk Hall said.

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