Morgan Wallen stopped his concert in Burgettstown,
Pennsylvania on Thursday after he noticed a fan had passed out in the crowd. It’s not clear what happened, but Morgan wanted to make sure the fan was okay,
and taken care of. He asked if they needed water or a towel, and then told the crowd to “make a little walkway” for the paramedics to get through. After the medical team helped the fan, Morgan picked up where he left off.
At the same show, one of Wallen’s opening acts, Kameron Marlowe, was performing when he FELL into the pit. He posted a clip of it and wrote, “First
night of the Dangerous Tour ended with a bang. Literally.” It looked like it could’ve messed him up badly, but according to CountryNow.com
he was NOT seriously injured and is “doing well and icing his back.”
I’m living for this Carrie Underwood ‘How it started vs How it’s going’ post she shared on Instagram. It begins with a throwback clip of herself as a kid singing the Patty Loveless 1993 hit “Blame It on Your Heart”. Then it cuts to a grown-up Carrie doing the same
song on the Grand Ole Opry. It was a preview of her performance on Saturday’s “Opry Loves the ’90s” which also featured Jimmie Allen, Cody Johnson, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson, and Chris Young.
Luke Bryan was performing in Bristow, Virginia last Thursday, and he noticed a sign that said, “Luke, Strip it down for Grandma’s 85th Birthday.” So rather than
take it LITERALLY … (???) . .. he went over to grandma and serenaded her with a little of his 2015 song, “Strip It Down”.
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