Morgan Wallen Cleared to Sing Again After Vocal Rest Controversy

Morgan Wallen has received clearance from his doctor to return to the stage after completing four out of six weeks of vocal rest.

The country musician shared the news on his Instagram Story, stating that he has been cleared to talk and sing again. “Also, the doc cleared me to talk and sing…we back,” he wrote in his post.

This announcement comes after Wallen had previously postponed six weeks worth of shows to recover from a diagnosis of vocal fold trauma.

Wallen’s One Night at a Time tour is scheduled to resume with two nights at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on June 22 and 23. Prior to doctors orders to go on vocal rest, Wallen had abruptly canceled a show in Oxford, Mississippi, moments before he was supposed to be on stage. Vocal issues were cited as the reason for the sudden cancellation, leading to disappointment among fans and even prompting some to take legal action.

Some of the postponed shows have been rescheduled for as early as August, however, certain dates have been pushed back to next year.