What Happened To Morgan Wallen? Oxford MS fans enraged after concert cancellation
After the news of the cancellation of Morgan Wallen’s concert leaves the fan heartbroken. After getting this news the news they all are going over the internet to know the reason behind the cancellation of the concert and when they get to know the reason, now fans are concerned about his health. They all are going over the internet and searching out about his health update and any new update regarding the concert. To know more information regarding the concert and about his health, we have brought all the information for our readers. keep reading and find out what happens to Morgen Wallen.
What Happened To Morgan Wallen?
A famous country music singer and songwriter from Sneedville, Tennessee Morgan Wallen was born on May 13, 1993. His parents are Tommy and Lesli Wallen. According to sources his mother worked as a teacher and as for his father he was a local church pastor. At a young age, his family moved to Knoxville that’s where he attended high school. In high school time, he used to play sports mostly baseball as a pitcher. But in his senior year, he happens to tear his ulnar collateral ligament, and that’s when his hope to continue playing sports in college goes away.
But he gained the attention of the public when he competed on The Voice season six. But sadly he was eliminated from the playoffs. But this was still a binging for him after getting eliminated from the here he was signed by Panacea Records. And then in 2015, he released his debut EP, Stand Alone. Recently he was forced to postpone his upcoming concerts because of some health issues. He has taken on his social media to inform to his fans that he can’t perform because doctors put him on vocal rest. The upcoming concerts in Michigan, Illinois, and New England have been canceled because of it.
Brandi Burcham launched a federal complaint against Wallen, charging him with carelessness and contract violation for missing the Sunday performance. On Instagram, Wallen announced the cancellation and offered full ticket refunds. Before needing to take a pause for vocal rest on his seven-month international tour, the country music artist had only performed 11 shows. Fans who had gathered inside the arena for Morgan Wallen’s performance at Mississippi’s Vaught Hemingway Stadium were dissatisfied when the show was abruptly postponed. Due to voice loss, the country performer also had to postpone scheduled performances in Michigan, Illinois, and Nebraska.