Old Dominion postpones #1 party, cancels dates this week after death in the family

ABC/Image Group LA Old Dominion was forced to postpone their #1 party for “Song for Another Time” on Monday and cancel their Wednesday appearance at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, after the death of someone close to the band.

“We’ve suffered a great loss in the Old Dominion family,” a statement on the band’s website says. “One of our immediate family members has unexpectedly passed. We thank you in advance for your prayers and your patience as we sort out the coming days,” the message goes on.

The note doesn’t elaborate any further as to exactly who has died. OD will also miss their remaining dates this week in Midland, Texas; Wichita, Kansas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Bossier City, Louisiana.

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Kelsea Ballerini’s main squeeze Morgan Evans wants to "Kiss Somebody"

Kelsea Ballerini's main squeeze Morgan Evans wants to "Kiss Somebody"Warner Nashville/Robby KleinSo far, we’ve gotten to know Australian Morgan Evans mainly as Kelsea Ballerini’s fiancé, and through his mega-mashup covers of established hitmakers. But Friday, we’ll get our first taste of his own music, as Morgan releases his first single for Warner Nashville, titled “Kiss Somebody.”

On his socials, Morgan teases a special “prelude” video that’s coming as well. Inspired by the song’s lyric “sometimes you’ve got to kiss somebody in the back of a cab,” the new clip finds Morgan performing the tune in a vintage taxi, as he rides around Music City on a hot summer night.

As for the person Morgan happens to be kissing in real life, Kelsea has teased that the two definitely plan to make their union official before 2017 comes to a close.

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2 SLEEPS. #KissSomebody💋 pic.twitter.com/dJ8X1SGXtB

— Morgan Evans (@Morgan_Evans) July 19, 2017