Morgan Wallen Depicts Soldier’s PTSD in Harrowing ‘Cover Me Up’ Video

Morgan Wallen annals a restoring officer’s serious battle with PTSD in the new 8-minute short film going with his adaptation of “Spread Me Up.” The melody was initially composed and recorded by Jason Isbell for his Southeastern collection and Wallen put his turn on it prior in 2019.

The story for the video, coordinated by Justin Clough and recorded close to Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, freely pursues a portion of Isbell’s verses. Pondering the revulsions of his battle encounters and inclined to being activated by shocks, the lead character inadvertently tears his accomplice’s dress amidst a fit of anxiety and afterward chose to stay away from drinking. He attempts to think of other adapting systems, some of which work, however then some grievous news causes him passionate annihilation. At last, his accomplice — who at first feels as though she doesn’t have any acquaintance with him any longer — appears to comprehend that his recuperation is a long, troublesome procedure and her quieting nearness can be a solace.

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In spite of the fact that Wallen’s form of “Spread Me Up” has been a viral hit on gushing stages, the vocalist’s present radio single is “Chasin’ You.” That tune shows up on Wallen’s full-length debut If I Know Me, which additionally includes the hits “Bourbon Glasses” and “Up Down.”

Wallen is as of now out and about with Luke Combs’ Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, which wraps up with consecutive shows December twelfth and thirteenth at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. In 2020, he’ll assume control over the featuring job on his Whiskey Glasses Roadshow visit.

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Mana to Play Record Seven Shows at L.A.’s Forum on ‘Rayando el Sol’ Tour: Exclusive

Because of proceeding with ticket requests, Mexican musical crew Maná will play a seventh show at The Forum in Los Angeles as a major aspect of its Rayando El Sol Tour, which kicks of toward the part of the arrangement.

The seventh Forum date, which will occur Dec. 7, makes Maná the main demonstration in any language or kind to ever play seven dates at the setting as a major aspect of a solitary visit.

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“Mana leaves a mark on the world today by turning into the primary craftsman that will perform seven shows in a single year at the ‘Marvelous’ Forum since our reviving in 2014,” said a representative for The Forum. “Mana likewise holds our record for most shows since the reviving at 11. The Forum is glad and respected to be the home to Mana’s notable keep running of shows.”

Maná, Latin music’s best musical gang and one of the most productive and most astounding netting Latin acts in the market, reported dates for Rayando el Sol, their first visit in quite a while, this past February. Tickets deals were solid to such an extent, that extra dates were included very quickly, and the visit, initially set to commence Sept. 4 from Corpus Christi, is presently beginning Aug. 31 in Laredo.

New dates were additionally included for Chicago, Oakland, San Jose, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix and Los Angeles. Initially, Maná was scheduled to play four dates at The Forum, which developed to six, and now, seven. The gathering will likewise play in Good Morning America Aug. 14 and that day will stream a close presentation for fans on their YouTube divert fully expecting their visit. Book Cheap MANA Concert Tickets now from ticket2concert before they get sold out.

“Maná is a visiting powerhouse,” Bob Roux, leader of U.S. shows for Live Nation, said in an announcement back in March, discussing the sellout speed of Maná’s shows. “I’ve never observed an onsale like this in the Latin Market. This puts Maná in the tenuous domain of the greatest groups in the U.S., paying little mind to language.”

The Rayando el Sol visit will presently play 35 stops. The visit takes its name from Maná’s 1989 breakout hit tune of a similar name.


“It was the tune that commenced our vocation when we were prepared to leave everything,” Fher Olvera, Maná’s lead vocalist, revealed to Billboard recently. “We went through numerous years with next to no cash. Once, [drummer] Alex [Gonzalez] went through the night at a loft in Colonia Roma [the Mexico City neighborhood portrayed in Alfonso Cuarón’s film Roma] that didn’t have furniture. Also, there, between brews, we composed the melody. By then, I was prepared to work in what I’d considered in school: correspondences. What’s more, Alex was going to come back to Miami. Yet, that melody enabled us to breath, so we have a genuine appreciation. It’s a symbolic melody. It’s played all over the place.”

Maná: Rayando El Sol 2019 September tour dates:

  • Sept. 6, 2019 — Houston, TX Toyota Center
  • Sept. 7, 2019 — Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
  • Sept. 11, 2019 — El Paso, TX UTEP Don Haskins Center
  • Sept. 13, 2019 — Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • Sept. 14, 2019 — Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
  • Sept. 20, 2019 — Los Angeles, CA The Forum
  • Sept. 21, 2019 — Los Angeles, CA The Forum
  • Sept. 22, 2019 — Los Angeles, CA The Forum
  • Sept. 27, 2019 — San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose
  • Sept. 28, 2019 — San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose
  • Sept. 29, 2019 — San Diego, CA North Island Credit Union Amphitheater