Morgan Wallen’s disappointed concert-goers.

Morgan Wallen's disappointed concert-goers.

Morgan Wallen’s disappointed concert-goers. After losing his voice, Morgan Wallen has decided to cancel the remaining dates of his tour and rest his vocal cords.

The country musician, who is only 11 shows into his seven-month world tour, recently revealed to his audience that he has conferred with his physician, who informed him that he could not do his singing duties.

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“After last night’s show, I started losing my voice, so I spent the day trying to get better by sleeping late, talking to my doctor, and going through my vocal exercises. It hurts me to give this so close to showtime, but my voice is shot, and I cannot sing,” he posted on social media, adding, “All tickets will be reimbursed at the place of purchase.” I genuinely believed I’d be able to take the stage, and it kills me to deliver this so close to showtime, but my voice is shot, and I cannot sing. I am genuinely sorry, and I assure you I did everything possible to make it right.

In Oxford, Mississippi, he was scheduled to perform at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, home to the University of Mississippi Rebels.

Instead, those who had purchased tickets were met by a notice that was displayed on a screen close to the stage and read as follows: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Because Morgan is suffering from a voice problem and will not be able to perform tonight, the event scheduled for tonight has been postponed. Please make your way to the exits of the stadium in a safe manner. At the moment of purchase, we will have the means to issue refunds for tonight’s event.”

The next performance featuring Wallen will occur on April 27 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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