Oliver Anthony Music, whose real name is Christopher Lunsford, is okay after rolling his UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle) recently.
In a new video shared to social media, Lunsford states that he “can’t keep nothing nice” as he and a group of friends are seen attempting to climb a steep hill in their UTVs. The clip shows one vehicle successfully navigate the climb before Lunsford takes a run at it.
Unfortunately, Lunsford gets turned sideways during the climb and the vehicle begins to roll. Onlookers are heard gasping and seen running to help. A woman is heard off-camera asking, “Is that Ron and Chris?” and a male voice tries to calm her down saying, “They’re okay. They’re okay. They’re alright.” The woman, who is obviously shaken by the incident, says, “Nuh-uh. Get out. Get out. Get out.”
Lunsford didn’t share if he or his passenger suffered any injuries, but fans can assume that he is okay considering he included a laughing emoji alongside his video.
Christopher Lunsford, aka Oliver Anthony, recently announced his Out Of The Woods world tour.
The 40-date tour will kick off February 1, 2024, in Stockholm, Sweden, and take the singer through Scotland, Ireland, Norway and the Netherlands before returning to the U.S. where he will wrap the tour in Michigan in September.
The tour is a big move for Lunsford who garnered national attention earlier this year with the success of his song “Rich Men North of Richmond.” The West Virginia native released the song, and several other self-penned tunes, under the name Oliver Anthony Music and shattered records, making for an unlikely success story that fans rallied around.
Every live event Oliver Anthony Music has played since the viral success of “Rich Men” has sold out and left fans begging for more music and more concerts.
In addition to his Out Of The Woods tour, Lunsford is also promising new music. In a post made in October, the singer shared that he will begin recording his debut studio album in January 2024.
Keeping with the spirit of his viral “Rich Men North of Richmond” video, Lunsford shared that he will be “recording outdoors, much like the RadioWV session videos … but with a few other instruments added.”
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