Willie Nelson Reportedly Better After Falling Ill

He is expected to resume touring in September. His Cincinnati show is still expected to happen.

(Undated)  --  Willie Nelson is on the mend after suffering from breathing issues earlier this week. 

The living legend took to Twitter on Wednesday, saying he has to cancel his tour because he had a breathing problem that his doctor needed to check out. 

Yesterday, an update was posted that Willie is "feeling better" and will be back on the road next month. 

For now, Willie's Outlaw Music Festival stop at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati — with Luke Combs, Bonnie Raitt, Brothers Osborne and the Derek Alan Band — is still a go for September 22.

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