Morgan Wallen Cancels 6 Weeks of Shows

Morgan Wallen Cancels 6 Weeks of Shows

The 29-year-old “Whiskey Glasses” singer opened his video message to fans with, “I’m just gonna get right to it: I got some bad news from [my] doctors,” on Tuesday, May 9. The singer’s “One Night at a Time” world tour is underway. “Last weekend, I played three performances in Florida after taking a 10-day voice break, and by the third show, I was feeling awful.

They informed me that I have vocal fold damage and had reinjured my vocal cords when I went for a scope yesterday. They suggested I take a six-week voice rest, so that I will do that. In addition to the voice trauma, Wallen has other wounds that need attention. The “Last Night” singer admitted, “I also tore my lat [muscle] while we were in Australia.”

I’ve been trying to deal with things quietly, but this break will also help me put that right. The musician is putting his healing first while he works to reschedule the 14 performances he’ll be missing. According to the New York Times, Wallen will resume touring on June 22 at Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

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And they warned me that I’d permanently harm my voice if I didn’t listen and keep singing. “They told me that if I do this the right way, I’ll get back to 100 percent,” Wallen added. “So, for the longevity of my career, this is just a choice I had to make.” His scheduled appearance at the Academy of Country Music Awards on May 11—where he is up for Entertainer of the Year—is one of the Voice alum’s canceled performances.

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A few weeks ago, Wallen received criticism from his fans for postponing an event in Mississippi just before he entered the stage. One concertgoer, Brandi Burcham, even went so far as to file a lawsuit against the “You Proof” performer, claiming in court papers that she had not “issued” her money back despite the venue’s invitation to do so. She added further:

“Even if ticket prices are refunded, no offer has been made to reimburse concertgoers for other out-of-pocket expenses they incurred in connection with the concert cancellation, including transportation, lodging, food, merchandise sales, transaction fees, and other such expenses,” she claimed.

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Us Weekly got court records attesting to the dismissal of Burcham’s claim without prejudice. “The venue issued refunds yesterday, and those credits will hit the customer accounts within 3-5 days, which is standard procedure,” a representative for Wallen’s told Us in a statement. For his part, Wallen used social media to explain why he had to postpone the Mississippi performance.

On his Instagram Story, he explained, “After last night’s show, I started losing my voice, so I spent the day resting up, talking to my doctor, and working through my vocal exercises to get better.” “I thought I’d be able to take the stage, and it kills me to deliver this so close to stage time, but my voice is shot, and I’m unable to sing.”


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