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Hale cans tour due to vocal strain

Friday, December 19, 2014 – Lucy Hale announced this morning that due to a recent strain on her vocal cords her upcoming run of dates in early 2015 would be cancelled.

"I am devastated that I can't be out performing for my fans who have been incredibly supportive," said Hale, "but I have been advised not to embark on a tour at this time. You know I hate letting y'all down and thank you for your understanding."

"THE ROAD BETWEEN" tour was set to kick off on Jan. 29 in Boston and had sold out in New York City. Ticket holders should contact their point of purchase outlet for refund information.

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