Morgan Wallen He stopped his concert in Nampa, Idaho on Friday evening (September 9) to help a fan who was reported to have had an epileptic fit in the crowd.
while performingMore than my hometown“Wait, wait,” the East Tennessee native stopped his group to help an attendee in need of medical help after noticing something was wrong in the crowd. “Wait, wait,” Wallen said, warning his band not to play, so paramedics could attend a fan.
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“I don’t know exactly what’s going on, but they’ll take care of it for a second and we’ll make sure it’s good,” the country hitmaker told the audience as medical staff assisted a fan in the public admission pit area. According to other fans in the audience, one of the party-goers with epilepsy had an epileptic fit.
“I guess it just means I’ll have to play the song again,” Wallen added as the crowd burst into cheers and started chanting his name.
Fans Praise Morgan Wallen A “Class Act”
After his performance, fans praised East Tennessee residents and called it a “first-class act” on social media.
“That’s what decent humans do to each other!” Another fan wrote, while an attendee added, “You’re awesome. 🤩 🧡 “
One TikTok user even kindly thanked Wallin for caring enough about his fans stop his group To help a fan in need.
Morgan Wallen’s Idaho concert was also set by Shania Twain
In addition to helping a fan perform at the concert, Wallen made history with his high-profile concert at Ford Center Idaho, breaking Shania Twain’s record set in 1998. According to Live Nation’s head of mountains, Creston Thornton (per Idaho Statesman), Wallen has sold more tickets than any other artist in the venue’s history with 10,518 fans. Twain previously held an attendance record with 10,500 fans when the venue opened in the 1990s.
Not only did Wallen break Twain’s attendance record, but his concert was also the fastest selling in Idaho Center Amphitheater history, selling over 10,000 tickets in less than 15 minutes.
The news comes in only one day on the same day that Wallen was shot down Music video for his latest single “You Proof .”which he leaked to the masses on Friday evening (September 9).
“Okay, my label [Big Loud] He just sent me a “You Proof” video and they want to wait until Monday to drop the video, but I really don’t, so here’s the link,” he said on his Instagram Stories, as well as sharing an unlisted YouTube link. In addition, he sent Also a link to the clip to fans via his text community.
“you are proofIt was released earlier this year and had a huge impact on Qatari radio upon its release with 52 additions in its first week and 94 in total.
The melody is a follow-up to his chart-topping song, “Wasted On You,” which is Wallen’s sixth #1 on country radio.
“You Proof” was released on East Tennessee’s 29th birthday and was co-written by Wallen along with Ashley Gurley and Ernest K.
“I need something to prove/Something stronger than I used to/Yeah, I packed ninety to a hundred/I feel nothing is going to cut it, that’s the hard truth/Yeah, I need something to prove/Oh, I need something you can prove,” sing.
Already a fan favorite, “You Proof” is poised to top the country radio charts in a few weeks as it’s already in the top five.
Morgan Wallen is currently in the midst of his all-sold-out Dangerous Tour
The award winning star is currently in the midst of his massiveness dangerous round To support his record-breaking second year project, Dangerous: the double albumwhich became the longest-running 10 best-playing album of the modern era painting Date. The tour, which is Qatar’s largest tour of 2022 and runs through October, recently sold out with more than 800,000 tickets sold, according to Up2DateCountry on instagram.
The singer-songwriter, who tops the chart, also announced his work First ever stadium show In Arlington, Texas, at Globe Life Field on October 8, 2022, with special guests HARDY, Mike Ryan and Jake Worthington.
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