zach bryan arrested

Zach Bryan was arrested on Thursday on prices of “obstruction of investigation” in Oklahoma, Rolling Stone has confirmed. The singer-songwriter was launched on bond on the identical day.

Following the arrest, Bryan posted a statement on X, previously generally known as Twitter. “Today I had an incident with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Emotions obtained the most effective of me and I used to be out of line in the issues I mentioned,” he wrote on Thursday. “I assist regulation enforcement as a lot as anybody can, I used to be simply annoyed in the second, it was in contrast to me and I apologize. They introduced me to jail, and there’s a mug shot of me floating round. Prayers we will all transfer on from this and prayers individuals know I’m simply attempting the most effective I can, I like you guys and I’m actually sorry to the officers.”

A rep for Bryan didn’t instantly reply to Rolling Stone‘s request for remark. The Craig County Sheriff’s Office in Vinita, Oklahoma, was unable to offer extra data.

Bryan’s current social media publish on Instagram Stories featured a photograph of a canine in his passenger seat with the caption, “On the street once more, gonna go see the birds win.” (Bryan, who lives in Philadelphia, is a hardcore Eagles fan.)

The information of Bryan’s arrest follows a streak of historic success for the nation singer. This week, his self-titled album debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 albums chart, shifting the equal of 200,000 items in its first week. It concurrently topped the rock, rock & various, Americana/folks, and nation charts, in addition to Spotify, iTunes, and iTunes Country. All 16 of its tracks landed in the Top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100, with “I Remember Everything,” his duet with Kacey Musgraves, debuting at Number One.

Bryan has had a tumultuous 24 hours. While driving excessive on the Number One debut of his new album and his Number One duet with Musgraves, he fended off tweets from followers offended in regards to the pricing of tickets for his 2024 Quittin’ Time Tour. After boycotting Ticketmaster on his final tour to attempt to hold costs cheap and thwart scalpers, Bryan returned to the service on Wednesday. Prices soared in comparison with his earlier tour, with some tickets promoting for practically $1,000.

“Damned in case you do and damned in case you don’t, one other lesson realized in the lifetime of 27 yr olds,” he tweeted.


The Quittin’ Time Tour will largely discover Bryan taking part in arenas across the nation, alongside a number of stadium gigs. It all kicks off March 6 and seven, 2024, with two reveals on the United Center in Chicago and wraps Dec. 13 and 14 with two particular hometown reveals on the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He’s additionally doing two nights at Lincoln Financial Field — the house of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bryan can also be up for New Artist of the Year on the 2023 CMA Awards, which introduced its nominees Thursday morning.

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