Capitol Nashville, Ledoux’s record company, said doctors had given him a “promising prognosis” and that the singer is home resting.

The former rodeo rider had been playing fairs in support of his 33rd album, Cowboy, and was supposed to be honored by the record label with a August 23 party celebrating the 5 million albums he has sold since signing with the company.

Before hooking up with Capitol Nashville, Ledoux released 22 albums on independent labels, which helped him build a huge fan base as he toured the rodeo circuit.