Zach Bryan Arrested in Oklahoma – Rolling Stone

Zach Bryan was there He was arrested Thursday on charges of “obstructing an investigation” in Oklahoma. Rolling Stone Confirmed. The singer-songwriter was released on bail the same day.

Following the arrest, Brian posted a Report On X, formerly known as Twitter. “Today I had an incident with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Emotions got the best of me and I overstepped the bounds in what I said,” she wrote Thursday. “I support law enforcement as much as anyone and I’m frustrated at this point, it’s not like me and I apologize. They brought me to jail where I was floating in a vase. Prayers we all move on from this and prayers people know I’m trying my best. , I love you guys and I’m really sorry for the authorities.

A representative for Brian did not immediately respond Rolling StoneA request for comment. The Craig County Sheriff’s Office in Winita, Oklahoma was unable to provide additional information.

Brian’s recent social media post on Instagram Stories featured a photo of a dog in his passenger seat with the caption, “Back on the road, going to watch the birds win.” (Brian, who lives in Philadelphia, is a hardcore Eagles fan.)

News of Bryan’s arrest follows a historic win for the country singer. This week, his self-titled album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, moving 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 its tracks reached the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100, with his duet with Kacey Musgraves, “I Remember Everything”, debuting at number one.

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Brian has had a turbulent 24 hours. Riding high on the number one debut of her new album and her number one duet with Musgraves, she blocked tweets from angry fans about the cost of tickets to her 2024 Quit Time tour. After boycotting Ticketmaster on his last tour, Brian returned to the service on Wednesday to try to keep prices reasonable and deter scalpers. Prices were skyrocketing compared to his previous tour, with some tickets selling for nearly $1,000.

“Damned if you do, damned if you don’t,” he said, “another lesson in the life of a 27-year-old.” Tweeted.


The Quittin’ Time Tour will see Brian play venues across the country, with a handful of stadium gigs. It all kicks off with two shows at the United Center in Chicago on March 6 and 7, 2024 and concludes with two special hometown shows at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on December 13 and 14. He performs both nights at Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Brian is also up for New Artist of the Year at the 2023 CMA Awards, which announced its nominations Thursday morning.

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