Blake Shelton Reveals He's Taking Care of His Employees despite Closing Ole Red Locations Amid COVID-19 Spread
As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to force more people into self-isolation, Blake Shelton is speaking out about the outbreak.
With the continuous spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Blake Shelton has had to close down all of his Ole Red locations.
"I want people to know that we do have a commitment to all of our employees, and we're taking care of them."
He added that he was in the middle of nowhere as a way to limit the spread of the virus as he encouraged his fans to pay attention to the advice of health and government officials and restrict visitations with other people.
Before [Blake Shelton] postponed his shows, Reba McEntire had also shared that she was suspending the start of her "Live in Concert 2020 Tour" until July, also due to coronavirus.
Fox 13 noted that the "God's Country" crooner had mentioned his plan to host a fundraiser for artists soon.
Meanwhile, it would be recalled that the singer had postponed the final five shows of his "Friends and Heroes Tour" just hours before he planned to perform on the stage in Omaha, Nebraska.
The singer decided to shift the remaining five dates until later this year due to the growing concerns that came with the coronavirus pandemic. Soon after his announcement, many of his fans had shared their sadness at the news; Pop Culture revealed.
Before the country music singer's postponed his shows, Reba McEntire had also shared that she was suspending the start of her "Live in Concert 2020 Tour" until July, also due to coronavirus.
The singer said that while she came to decision for the safety of her fans, the already purchased tickets would remain valid for the new dates.
Other artists who have been forced to either cancel or postpone their shows include Dan + Shay, Jason Aldean, Chris Stapleton, Kenny Chesney, the Zac Brown Band, and others.
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