“‘I See You’ has always been my favorite song on the album, and it’s [my sons] Bo and Tate’s favorite song—they’re good at picking singles.”
“This exhibit is like a flash card of so many dreams and so many prayers that have come true,” he said.
Tour pranks are a fun way to pass the time while racking up miles on the road. We spoke with Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley and many more artists on the best pranks they’ve experienced so far.
Luke Bryan knows a lot less about American history than he does country music, and a five year old girl just proved it.
A cavalcade of country music’s biggest stars are set for this year’s CMT extravaganza.
The album is due out Aug. 7.
The concert airs tonight with performances by Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell and more.
The song is the first glimpse at Bryan’s forthcoming album, his follow-up to 2013’s ‘Crash My Party.’
Titled Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary, the exhibit will launch on May 22 and run through Nov. 8 at the museum in Nashville.
The Academy of Country Music promised its 50th anniversary show would be big, bold, loud and proud. The show we witnessed tonight more than delivered.
It’s his second award, following 2013’s win.
Get the full winners list from the ACM Awards, held April 19 at 8 p.m. on CBS.
In advance of the 50th ACM Awards this Sunday, Radio.com has compiled a who’s who of nominated country artists to help you follow along.
Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa 2016 concert is gearing up to be quite the beach party.
Luke Bryan weighs in on some of the biggest hot-button topics in modern country music. His answers were candid, funny and most of all endearing.
Including Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell, more.