Morgan Wallen Shows Up at Luke Bryan Concert Luke Bryan’s Friday concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville has attended his first major concert since country star Morgan Wallen was filmed using a racial slur in February.
The acoustic part of the show was attended by Florida Georgia Line’s Warren Brian, Jason Aldean and Tyler Hubbard. The 28-year-old sang “whiskey glass” and “more than my hometown” and was on stage in Ardian’s “her country”.
Warren’s performance was also a surprise to Brian.
Morgan Wallen Shows Up at Luke Bryan Concert Ardian told him on stage, “I have really good friends on stage here tonight.” “I don’t know if you know it.”
“Do I need another tequila shot to get over this?” Brian asked.
Morgan Wallen was surprised at a concert at Rush Brian’s Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on July 30th.
The sold-out spectators cheered for a minute as Warren came down from the catwalk, giving fans a high five and giving Brian, Hubbard, and Ardian shot glasses.
“Only Nashville,” Ardian said.
“It’s a song about being faithful to yourself,” Warren said before playing “Hometown.”
“And it’s been a really tough job these days, but I’m here.”
On February 2, TMZ posted a video shot by one of Warren’s neighbors in front of the singer’s Nashville home. In it, Warren is told by default to someone to say, “Take care of it … (slur).”
The incident sparked conversations about his radio rotation, award show ballots and removal from streaming playlists, and diversity and inclusion in the country’s music industry.
Morgan Wallen was amazed at Luke Bryan’s concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on July 30th.
Warren left all concerts in the wake of the incident. In fact, he initially booked Brian to take a summer tour that included a Friday concert. However, in recent months, singers have been steadily gaining public attention.
On July 2, he conducted his first interview with “Good Morning America” after the incident, stating that he was “simply ignorant” of his abuse.