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A Sobering Luke Bryan Wraps Up Spring Break, Releases “Buzzkill’s” Official Video and His #1 Billboard Top 200 Album “Spring Break-Here to Party”

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A Sobering Luke Bryan Wraps Up Spring Break, Releases “Buzzkill’s” Official Video and His #1 Billboard Top 200 Album “Spring Break-Here to Party”

Capitol Records Nashville recording artist Luke Bryan releases the official music video for “Buzzkill”, a new single penned for Luke’s spring break series and available on the compilation CD, “Spring Break – Here to Party”, available at iTunes and in party packs from Luke himself.

Luke Bryan has just wrapped up and sobered up from Spring Break in Florida where he spent two days performing live before a crowd of 2013_Spring_Break_wide_PCB_3-12-13120,000 fans that swarmed Spinnaker’s in Panama City Beach, Florida, leaving what appears to be not even room for an additional grain of sand to squeeze in.

And while Luke was busy fulfilling his hard-earned role of bona-fide party animal, firing up the crowd of hard working collegiate spring breakers celebrating their yearly entitled semester break, Luke’s spring break compilation CD, “Spring Break – Here to Party” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, earning Luke his first #1 album on Billboard’s chart. “Spring Break – Here to Party” is the first full-length physical album released030513-luke-bryan-cd-aso-612x339 from Luke’s five-year “Spring Break” series. The 14-track album features two new tracks as well as a collection of songs from his previously released digital “Spring Break” EPs.

Included in those two new tracks released on the 14-track spring break compilation CD, “Spring Break – Here to Party”, is the single “Buzzkill”. Party animal Luke Bryan drops it down a bit in tempo and mood in “Buzzkill” but still delivers its message straight up with:

“so why you showing up here on my side of the tracks // slipping in this bar just to check out where I’m at …
cos you’re a buzzkill every time you come around // those beers might as well have been poured out…
you walk right by crashin my high like I know you will // you little buzzkill.”

You can find out more about Luke Bryan, “Spring Break – Here to Party”, Luke’s “Dirt Road Diaries Tour” and his upcoming performance at and co-hosting of the ACM’s with Blake Shelton simply by dropping in and hanging out with Luke here!

Luke Bryan – “Buzzkill” – Official Video

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2 Comments

  1. Posted April 2, 2013 at 9:09 am

    […] had just wrapped up his Spring Break Concert Series in Panama City before heading to play the […]

  2. Posted April 2, 2013 at 9:15 am

    […] Luke recently wrapped up Spring Break in Florida where he spent two days performing live before a crowd of 120,000 fans that swarmed Spinnaker’s in Panama City Beach, Florida. The event marked the fifth in a yearly series of spring break concerts and culminated with a CD of the same name. “Spring Break – Here to Party” is the first full-length physical album released from Luke’s five-year “Spring Break” series. The 14-track album features two new tracks as well as a collection of songs from his previously released digital “Spring Break” EPs. “Spring Break – Here to Party” debuted at #1 on Billboard 200 and is raising more havoc than a sandstorm. […]

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