After receiving “bad news” from his doctor, country music star Morgan Wallen has canceled six weeks of performances. On Tuesday of this week, the 29-year-old posted on social media to announce that he would be taking a break from playing. According to reports, Wallen suffered a vocal cord recurrence after performing three shows after ten days of vocal rest.

The singer continued by saying that in order to give himself the best chance of recovery, doctors advised him not to even speak. He allegedly heard that if he “keeps singing,” he risked “permanent voice damage.”.

The Wasted On You musician said, “We’re working on rescheduling all the dates during this time period.

Morgan Wallen cancels weeks of shows after confirming “bad news” from doctor

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They assured me that I would return to 100 percent if I handled this properly. Wallen told his supporters, “I hate it, but I love you guys. “I also value the constant support you give me. The announcement of Wallen’s date cancellations follows fan outrage after he postponed his April 23 performance at the Ole Miss stadium minutes before he was scheduled to take the stage after the opening set. By posting the following on Instagram, the singer defended his choice to postpone the performance.

“After last night’s performance, I began to lose my voice, so I spent the day resting, speaking with my doctor, and working through my vocal exercises in an effort to get better. It pains me to say this so close to the start of the show, but my voice is damaged, and I am unable to sing. I really thought I’d be able to take the stage. ”.

Morgan Wallen cancels weeks of shows after confirming “bad news” from doctor
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – AUGUST 24: ACM Milestone Award Honoree Morgan Wallen speaks onstage during the 15th Annual Academy Of Country Music Honors at Ryman Auditorium on August 24, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for ACM)

The 15th Annual Academy Of Country Music Honors will be held at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 24, 2022. ACM Milestone Award Honoree Morgan Wallen will speak onstage during the event. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for ACM) Not long after Wallen’s statement was made, rumors began to circulate suggesting that the country music artist – who competed in season 6 of The Voice – had canceled his concert simply because he got too drunk the night before. The CEO of Morgan’s record label, Seth England, later disputed this, calling the rumor “laughable.”.

“A hired employee of BEST Crowd Management made untrue statements regarding last night’s Morgan Wallen concert, and we do not support the specifics of his statement,” BEST Crowd Management said. For more information, please visit Morgan’s social media pages, England wrote. “Thank you @bestcrowdmanagement for reprimanding your employee, who made up a whole narrative that was utterly untrue. Every detail was untrue. It’s absurd what some people will just say to elicit an emotional response.
“Let’s all hope for the best for Morgan Wallen going forward.
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