June 6, 2023 | 9:50 PM
Morgan Warren is clear!
The country singer has announced that she has been cleared to “speak and sing” after weeks of vocal hiatus.
The 29-year-old wrote on his Instagram story on Tuesday, along with a photo of himself on a boat, saying, “My doctor gave me permission to talk and sing…I’m back.” .
The “Wasted On You” singer hasn’t revealed exactly when he’ll hit the stage, but he’ll be performing in Chicago on June 22nd.
The good news comes nearly a month after Warren was forced to cancel six-week tour dates due to a “vocal cord injury.”
“After 10 days off vocals, I did three shows in Florida last weekend, and by the third time I felt terrible,” he told his followers.
“They don’t want me to talk to them at all, but they said it’s okay to do something like this if it’s necessary,” he explained.
He also revealed that he recently tore his latissimus dorsi during a show in Australia.
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“[My doctors] “He told me that if I did it right, I could be back to 100 percent,” said the “Sand in My Boots” singer. “And they also said that if I keep singing without listening, it will permanently damage my voice. It’s just too much.”
In April, before going on hiatus, the country star faced backlash after he declined a concert minutes before he took the stage.
“Ladies and gentlemen, unfortunately Morgan has lost his voice and will not be performing tonight,” read a message on the screens at the venue.
“Therefore, tonight’s show has been cancelled. Please make your way safely to the stadium exit. Refunds for tonight’s event will be accepted at the time of purchase.”
As 60,000 concert-goers limped out of the arena, they took to Twitter to express their frustration.
“Totally disappointed with @MorganWallen!! I have been sitting in this stadium for 3 hours and he just announced the show has been cancelled!!! Totally bulls!!!” a fan tweeted.
“You can’t cancel the show five minutes before the show starts. Period. If he was sick or had no voice, we’d find out sooner. Poor guy.” Written by another Twitter user.
“Not being able to see Morgan Warren is not that maddening because I’ve met him before. The thing that annoys me the most is that they knew about this before the concert and canceled it. The fact is that we made all of the 80,000 spectators buy alcohol and goods so that everyone could get their money.” one participant tweetedincorrectly stated that the venue has 64,038 seats.
Rumors circulated that the singer was “too drunk” to perform that night, but his label quickly denied the “false” story.