Five Reasons We Are Thankful For Luke Bryan …

luke-bryan-moveHappy Thanksgiving Y’all! As we reflect on everything we are thankful for this year there are so many reasons…one of them being LUKE BRYAN! Check out our five reasons we are thankful for Luke…

1. He Gives Back

This holiday season Luke is partnering with Bayer to thank farmers while helping feed the hungry. For every person that shares #Thankful4Ag, Luke will donate one meal to Feeding America. His goal is 500K meals! We love you, Luke!

2. He Gives Us New Music

We just can’t get enough of Luke’s music! That’s why we are so thankful he put out his new EP, Farm Tour…Here’s To The Farmer in support of his 8-stop Farm Tour this fall. The songs are so catchy and we love that they pay tribute to America’s farming life!

3. His Heart of Gold

Earlier this fall, Luke opened up about taking in and raising his nephew and two nieces after his brother-in-law suddenly passed away in 2014 (his sister died suddenly in 2007) and it absolutely melted our hearts. It can’t be easy to go from a family of four (Luke, wife Caroline and their two sons, Bo and Tate) to a family of seven, but Luke and his wife are loving every minute of it!

4. His Support of America’s Backbone – The Farmers

Luke was super busy touring the country and playing sold out stadiums, but that didn’t stop him from continuing his tradition of his annual Farm Tour. Sandwiched in between “Kill The Lights” tour dates, Luke performed at seven farms across the Southeast (the first show in Gaston, SC was cancelled due to a hurricane). Luke has remained a big supporter of Farmers and their importance to America’s vitality.

5. His dance moves

You didn’t think we would forget about his signature dance moves, did you?! We will always be thankful for Luke’s hip-shaking whether it’s Thanksgiving or any other day of the year!

For up-to-date information on Luke, the tour and tickets go to and follow him on Twitter @LukeBryanOnlineInstagram and Facebook.


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