After bursting onto the scene with his working man’s anthem “Rich Men North Of Richmond”, some of his other releases gained a bit of traction, like “Rich Man’s Gold”, but it’s hard to keep up the momentum of notching the biggest song in America literally overnight before anyone knew your name.
Oliver, real name Cristopher Anthony Lunsford, did announce his debut studio albumwould be coming next year, set dates for his 2024 Out Of The Woods Tour, and after a few appearances on huge podcasts like the Joe Rogan Experience, he went back to his comfort zone: The hills of Farmville, Virginia.
In the few posts he’s made on social media since, he’s been writing songs and just going on about his life, which includes a fair bit of off-roading.
Anthony just posted a video on social media which shows him and his friends and family out in the woods tearing up some dirt when the UTV he was in took quite the tumble.
The roll was captured by a few cameras, including some footage from Oliver in the vehicle himself, and it looks like they got a bit hung up about 3/4 of the way up a steep hill and hit the brakes, which caused them to roll straight over backwards and go end over end down the hill.
Fortunately, those things are built tough and it doesn’t appear anyone stuck their arms out, so apart from being shaken up, both guys in the buggy should be okay. But man, that got a bit scary in a hurry.
Oliver included just a quick sentence when posting on his socials, in his typical fashion.