Should New Hampshire bring back live shows? That is the question that some artists are asking.

This weekend, both Morgan Wallen and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line expressed their frustration over not being able to tour.

If you follow Morgan on Instagram, he posted a story saying "the hypocrisy is real, time to start booking shows".

Brian of FGL posted on his Instagram story "Time to go back to work AMERICA. Booking shows ASAP.”

Morgan added on his story:

“If you don’t agree with me, fine. We can still be friends. But I have a family, band and crew that need to be provided for and taken care of. If it’s OK for us to party in the streets with no ‘social distancing’ then we can book shows right now.”

These comments are sure to stir up controversy.  Morgan recently came under fire for partying before his Saturday Night Live performance.  He was booted from the show for not adhering to Covid guidelines.

Morgan is apparently still salty about that, and is not happy that their have been a lot of rallies lately with crowds of people.

While I would love to be in the middle of a roaring crowd at Bank of NH Pavilion, or at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom with the waves in the background, it doesn't seem like now is the best time to start up again.

It's such a hard decision, because you don't want to put people at risk, but I understand the frustration of not being able to take care of your band, crew and employes.

What do you think? Do you agree with Morgan Wallen and Brian Kelley? Or do you think they need to be patient and adhere to the guidelines we have in place?

Either way, it's sure to get fans talking!  In the meantime, enjoy this clip of Morgan Wallen's mini-movie for Seven Summers!


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