CHEYENNE — Carrie Underwood has canceled, but Cheyenne Frontier Days has found itself a new idol.
The rodeo that calls itself the Daddy of 'em All announced Wednesday that Underwood — whose country music stylings won her the 2005 "American Idol" title — had canceled her July 27 show for personal reasons.
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In her place will be Josh Gracin, another country singer who competed in the second season of "American Idol." Since then, Gracin has had three hit singles from his self-titled debut album.
Those holding tickets for Underwood's show will be able to use them to see Gracin. Phil Vassar will still be the opening act.