Zach Bryan’s Back on Twitter
Zach Bryan has returned to Twitter after nearly two weeks of his account being deactivated. The songwriter credits the blackout to his upcoming tour. “sorry guys had to avoid twitter while the tour went on sale,” he wrote. “I love you guys all so much and I’m so insanely happy and blessed.”
Bryan deleted his Twitter around Feb. 7, right when his Grammy-nominated song “Something in the Orange” was at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for a sixth week, tickets were about to go on sale for his Burn, Burn, Burn Tour, and, perhaps most importantly, his beloved Philadelphia Eagles were in the Super Bowl.
The account — @zachlanebryan —mysteriously disappeared just a few hours after he was tweeting up a storm during the 2023 Grammy Awards. After losing in the Best Country Solo Performance category to Willie Nelson, Bryan graciously tweeted how it was an honor to lose to the legend. Later in the night, he raved about Harry Styles. (Styles won Album of the Year for Harry’s House, besting Beyoncé’s Renaissance, the favorite.)
Bryan, who rarely does interviews, has been an avid Twitter user, tweeting song lyrics, messages to fans, and lots of praise for the Eagles, who lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII — the Oklahoma native calls the City of Brotherly Love home.
Tickets for his upcoming tour are in high demand and Bryan has vowed to keep prices low, cut out scalpers, and not use Ticketmaster. He titled his recent live album All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster and mainly avoided the ticket company for the Burn Burn Burn Tour, opting for rival AXS instead. Still, demand was so high that some fans were shut out in purchasing. “I’m actually extremely sorry to anyone who didn’t get tickets, from the bottom of my heart,” Bryan tweeted on Saturday. “Demand was very high and I’m just doing my best. You guys are too good to me and I don’t deserve it at all.”
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