Lynx singer Lynx has reportedly struggled to find a place to play with her fans since leaving a concert last month at the Phoenix Convention Center.
A report by the Arizona Republic newspaper said Lynx, who has two Grammy Awards, was upset with Phoenix because of her attendance at the concert.
She reportedly wanted to come back to her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, where she starred in the 1980s television series “The Lynx.”
But Lynx’s agent, Michael Rieger, told the Arizona Daily Star the star was unhappy with the Phoenix ticketing system.
The Republic reported that Lynx did not respond to a request for comment.
Rieger said the singer did not want to speak on the record.
He said Lyns situation was similar to that of “The Beatles.”
“They were trying to get the ball rolling in their careers and they were doing it with such ease, but they ended up going their separate ways,” Rieber said.