Country star Travis Tritt owes tour company bosses more than $400,000 (GBP267,000) according to a new lawsuit filed at Manhattan Federal Court in New York.
The singer is accused of failing to pay the huge sum to Clair Bros. Audio Enterprises, as promised in a 2006 contract.
Clair Bros. handles the technical aspects of musicians' tours and has helped the likes of Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake and U2 put together huge roadshows.
According to the lawsuit, Tritt has only offered up $11,888 (GBP7,925) of the $430,657 (GBP287,104) he originally owed.
Representatives for the Grammy winner have yet to respond.