Morgan Wallen’s manager and Big Loud partner Seth England shared a photo of himself with Wallen and Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn.
On Wednesday, May 5, England shared a picture in the Big Loud offices with Wallen and Dunn captioning the image, “two of the very best singers to ever walk music row.”
The manager later added that the photo adds a check to his bucket list as well as shared that Dunn is the voice that got him into country music while Wallen is the voice that keeps him going. “A bucket list picture I never knew I needed until now,” England shared. “The voice that got me into country music… and the voice that’s keeping me going.”
In the picture, England is seen shoulder to shoulder with Wallen and Dunn in front of the signature Big Loud Records logo in what appears to be the Big Loud offices in Tennessee.
Several fans were quick to comment asking questions in which England promptly responded to including one that read “Love how you have been by Morgan Wallen’s side this whole time. Big Loud seems like one big family,” which he replied saying, “we are. Family sticks by family. Accountability is powerful. Cancelling is a slippery slope. Never even crossed our mind because we know his true self.”
“Nothing better than seeing Morgan [Wallen] standing in front of that Big Loud sign,” another fan later commented before England promised “and that won’t change.”
Wallen has faced extensive backlash following his use of the racial slur. On February 3, one day after the TMZ video surfaced, his label, Big Loud, revealed that his recording contract had been suspended indefinitely.
Additionally, there has been no updates on if his recording contract have been reinstated as of yet.