Faith Hill has been put on vocal rest, forcing the cancellation of an upcoming Soul2Soul Tour stop in North Little Rock, Ark.

A statement posted to the Facebook page for Verizon Arena -- the venue at which Hill and her husband, Tim McGraw, were scheduled to play on Thursday (Aug. 3) -- reports that Hill, "under doctor's advisement ... has been put on two days of vocal rest," meaning that the show needed to be canceled. Ticket refunds are available at the point of purchase; no information about a makeup date is included.

"Tim and Faith adore their fans," the statement notes, "and are so sorry to disappoint them."

The canceled North Little Rock concert was McGraw and Hill's only stop in the Arkansas city. Their next two shows are scheduled to take place at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Aug. 4 and 5.

Hill and McGraw's 60-plus-city Soul2Soul Tour began in New Orleans, La., in April and will run through the end of October. McGraw and Hill each signed separate deals with Sony in mid-February and will release a collaborative album through the label later this year. Additionally, in early January, it was announced that they will be the subjects of a Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit beginning in November.

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