Country singer Luke Bryan has triumphantly returned to the stage after recovering from a vocal loss. After losing his voice last month during the National Championship game while cheering for his Georgia Bulldogs, Bryan was placed on vocal rest. However, he returned to the stage this week with several big country stars to celebrate his successful recovery. A message of support poured in from fans commented on his post, saying, “You’ll have your voice back before you know it.”
While recovering from voice loss, the country superstar has toured around the world, including the United States, Asia, and Latin America. He has performed on the world stage five times and continues to tour. The latest announcement is that he’ll return to American Idol for an April 1 live broadcast. He’s been sidelined from his live appearances on the show since his diagnosis last Monday. He was replaced by Paula Abdul in the National Championship game.
After recovering from voice loss, Luke Bryan is now a judge on “American Idol.” His wife, Carolyn, shared a video of her husband eating soup with a tape over his mouth. The next day, the singer couldn’t speak a word. The singer’s voice was back! After a month on vocal rest, he is scheduled to headline a destination event in Mexico with Jason Aldean and Dustin Lynch.
While he’s on vocal rest, the star is also back onstage in a limited capacity. His voice will be a little hoarse, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. The National Championship game last week was the only time the country superstar could speak, as his voice could only be heard in a whisper. Then, the star went to the Grammys for the first time since his injury on April 7.
After two weeks of voice rest, Bryan is back on the stage again with the help of his wife, Morgane. They were both present at the CMA awards on November 18, and the baby boy will join the couple’s family. He previously had a dog named Maggie, and the couple had a son named Max. Despite his voice loss, he and his wife have two young children, who live in Nashville.
Though Bryan was not able to sing, he is back to singing with Jake Owen, Jimmie Allen, and the rest of the Star-Powered Event. Although his absence was felt, he didn’t respond to a request for comment on the matter. Nonetheless, he is back to singing on a stage after recovering from voice loss. If you’ve been missing him all this time, here’s how it feels.