Zach Bryan has proven himself to be a humble artist with a heart of gold.
There “Something in the OrangeThe singer recently (November 3) lent a helping hand to fans in need, when he found out they had been in a car accident on the way to his show at Red Rocks in Denver, CO.
Spectators were in Iowa when a deer damaged their car. The group took to Twitter to share unfortunate photos and their story.
“@Zachlanebryan halfway to red rocks for tomorrow’s show & smoked a deer in the middle of Iowa,” the ticket holder wrote. “Currently waiting at a kum & go gas station for the Uber in Omaha, then I’m going to rent a car and head to Denver. See you tomorrow good sir.
The singer was quick to respond and offered to cover car rental costs.
“The rental car is on me!” Brian replied. “I’m glad you’re okay.”
Bryan’s kind gesture didn’t go unnoticed, as many followers flocked to the comments to applaud his act of kindness and one Iowa-based fan even donated his truck.
“Class act my man, class act,” said one listener. “We’re coming from Iowa, Colorado for the show, but there’s an extra truck at our farm with the keys in it. Help you ! Travel safe,” said another.
It’s unclear if the dedicated fans continued their journey and made it to the show in time. The concert took place last night, November 3, at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. Harsh weather conditions affected his set and schedule, leaving music lovers in the freezing cold. While navigating the unexpected circumstances, Bryan stayed in touch with his audience and provided valuable resources to warm up.
“Hey guys – tonight’s weather in Morrison, CO is touch & go at the moment, so we’re making some changes to the schedule to keep everyone safe,” he said on Twitter. “We will also have free hand warmers and hot chocolate. BURN, BURN, BURN,” he added.
After the high-energy show, Bryan thanked everyone for attending the blizzard and reflected on the memorable experience at the bucket list location.
“I’m shooting here from drunken hips, but there are no words to describe how beautiful it is that people sat through two hours of blizzard for me. No more words someday, but for l “I just want everyone to know how crazy this whole ride has been. I see you, I’m with you and I love you,” he stressed. “I hope everyone is hot!!!”
The military veteran turned country sensation also lowered the prices of his merchandise in late October, to accommodate exasperated consumers. Bryan is slowly coming to the end of his critically acclaimed headlining tour, which is set to conclude in San Diego on November 11.
The record-breaking artist recently confirmed that new music is on the horizon and a full album will arrive in February. Tickets for the remaining dates are available for purchase, here.