Randy Rogers Band Cancel Show After Death of Singer’s Daughter
At least one Randy Rogers Band concert has been cancelled in the wake of the lead singer's daughter's death. Rumer Rain Rogers was just six days old when she died on Tuesday. The Randy Rogers Band have cancelled Friday night's show in Roscoe, Texas.
The group have a busy schedule through the end of the month, with shows scheduled for Saturday in Laredo, Texas and next week in Texas, Iowa, South Dakota and Wyoming before a stop at Country Jam in Grand Junction Colorado. As of now, those concerts are scheduled to go on without interruption.
Rumor Rogers had a very rare condition that led to her passing on Tuesday night. “She died in our arms and in no pain,” Rogers told radio station 93Q in Houston. “She was absolutely beautiful in every way. Her brain however was very sick.”
Rumer was Randy and Chelsea Rogers’ second child, following the birth of River Rose Rogers in 2013.The couple eloped in March 2013. RRB are very popular in Texas and throughout the south, but have begun growing beyond state lines. Rogers and Wade Bowen recently released a collaborative album called Hold My Beer: Vol. 1.
A statement at the band’s Facebook page indicates they’re working on a makeup date for Friday night’s show at the Lumberyard. “Thanks in advance for all your understanding during this difficult time,” the note reads.
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