Luke Bryan’s Early Christmas Present To His Fans

Get ready for your Luke Bryan fix!   A major double dose of the country music superstar is coming this December.  Not only a brand new album coming this Friday but a bonus holiday gift to the fans! Back in 2008, Luke released his first Christmas single, “Run Run Rudolph” and now almost a decade later, Luke recorded a version of the Xmas standard, “O Holy Night”.   The cherished classic has been recorded by powerful singers like Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, and Martina McBride and Luke holds his own with a deeply personal rendition.  You can catch his live performance as he’s featured on the TV special, CMA Country Christmas 2017.

“O HOLY NIGHT”

But wait!  There’s more Luke on the way. On Friday, December 8th, Luke Bryan will be releasing “What Makes You Country”, his sixth studio album.   If the first three singles are any indication, expect it to challenge Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” and her lock at #1 on the Billboard Album Charts.  The one-two punch of  “Light It Up” and the new single “Out Of Nowhere” are two of the sexiest songs in Luke’s catalog and he shares co-writing credits on each.  Lyrics like “Every time I unlock my screen, I hope I see one of them red lipstick ‘I miss you’ pictures I’m on your clock, you’re in control” (Light It Up)” are punctuated with a rock guitar riff that should crossover to Pop Radio.

“LIGHT IT UP”

“OUT OF NOWHERE”

The title track, “What Makes You Country” reminds you that the 41 year old music superstar hasn’t veered far from his Nashville, Tennessee roots.  Checking off every box of old school country cliches’, stories of Mama, dirt roads, shotguns, plow boys, fishing, bird dogs, and tractors, Luke questions what first turned you on to Country Music.   It’s a contagious single that will make you proud of your Southern roots.   Have no fear, fans of Luke Bryan’s annual Spring Break EPs will love party tracks like “She’s A Hot One”, “Hungover In A Hotel Room”, and “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset”.

“WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY”

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