Zach Bryan arrested in Oklahoma

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Zach Bryan was arrested on Thursday for “obstructing an investigation” in Oklahoma, Rolling Stone has confirmed. The singer-songwriter was released on bail the same day.

After the arrest, Bryan posted one opinion on X, formerly known as Twitter. “Today I had an incident with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. “Emotions overwhelmed me and my words were wrong,” he wrote Thursday. “I support law enforcement as much as I can, I was just frustrated in the moment, it was unlike me and I apologize. They took me to prison and there’s a mugshot of me floating around. We pray that we can all get past this and pray that people know that I’m just doing my best, I love you and I’m really sorry for the officers.”

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A representative for Bryan did not immediately respond Rolling StoneRequest for comments. The Craig County Sheriff’s Office in Vinita, Oklahoma, was unable to provide further information.

Bryan’s most recent social media post on Instagram Stories included a photo of a dog in his passenger seat with the caption, “On the road again, going to watch the Birds win.” (Bryan, who lives in Philadelphia, is a die-hard Eagles fan .)

News of Bryan’s arrest comes on the heels of a historic streak for the country singer. This week, his self-titled album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart, selling the equivalent of 200,000 units in its first week. It simultaneously topped the Rock, Rock & Alternative, Americana/Folk and Country charts, as well as Spotify, iTunes and iTunes Country. All 16 of his tracks landed in the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100, with “I remember everything,” his duet with Kacey Musgraves debuted at number one.

Bryan has had a turbulent 24 hours. While riding high on the number one debut of his new album and his number one duet with Musgraves, he fended off tweets from fans upset about ticket prices for his 2024 Quittin’ Time Tour. After boycotting Ticketmaster on his last tour to try to keep prices reasonable and thwart scalpers, Bryan returned to service On Wednesday. Prices skyrocketed compared to his previous tour, with some tickets selling for nearly $1,000.

“Damned if you do and damned if you don’t, another lesson learned in the life of 27-year-olds,” he said tweeted.

The Quittin’ Time Tour Bryan will be performing primarily in arenas across the country, along with some stadium appearances. It all begins on March 6th and 7th, 2024 with two shows at the United Center in Chicago and ends on December 13th and 14th with two special home shows at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He also plays two nights at Lincoln Financial Field – home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bryan is also nominated for New Artist of the Year CMA Awards 2023which announced its nominees on Thursday morning.

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