Cole Swindell’s 2014 is one that dreams are made of, thanks to back-to-back No. 1 singles as well as additional songs of his cut by Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan. As he tells Radio.com, a big smile across his face, “It’s been a heck of a year.”
Luke Bryan has proved once again that 2014 is his year.
Paying tribute to Luke Bryan, who lost a family member this weekend, Lady Antebellum and Chris Stapleton sang his hit “Drink a Beer” at the CMT Artist of the Year ceremony in Nashville last night.
We’re all up in the middle of it,” Bryan tells Radio.com. “I’m very excited about the process and getting the next album going.”
Bryan leads the pack with seven nominations, while Florida Georgia Line earned six.
“I See You” isn’t just the latest single from Luke Bryan’s ‘Crash My Party,’ turns out it’s the Georgia singer’s favorite song. “I just loved it from the day we wrote it,” he told Radio.com.
Was Willie Nelson right when he sang that “Sad Songs and Waltzes Aren’t Selling This Year”? Is country music now all happy and upbeat?
Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan and Brad Paisley will headline FarmBorough, a three-day festival set to take place June 26-28, 2015 on Randall Island.
The broadcast will honor country’s biggest acts, including Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
Bentley joins headliners Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton for the 2015 festival that takes place July 23-26 in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin.
Luke Bryan is having such a good time on the road, he doesn’t want it to end.
At a recent Luke Bryan show in New York, a 4-year-old boy with Asperger’s Syndrome stood near the stage with a shirt that read “Luke Bryan is one of the pieces to my puzzle.” The shirt, it turns out, caught Bryan’s eye from the stage.
For the Sept. 9 special, Bryan joins a previously announced lineup that includes Afrojack, Duran Duran, Jennifer Hudson, Jennifer Lopez, KISS, MAGIC!, Miranda Lambert, Nico & Vinz, Pitbull, Rita Ora, The Band Perry and Usher.
Bryan will be joined my Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell and more for the all-inclusive four-night event.
Toby Keith has good reason to fill his red Solo cup to the brim. The country singer has been been named country’s highest paid star by Forbes Magazine for the second year in a row.
Luke Bryan won’t be crashing the party this fall. Instead, he’ll be crashing a few farms.