Watch the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Concert Special on GAC

“I always dreamed of coming to Nashville and putting music out that drove people to come to a live show and join in the live show experience,” says Luke Bryan in Luke Bryan Farm Tour, a concert special premiering Wednesday, November 28 at 10p|9c on Great American Country (GAC). Luke’s energetic, hit-filled live show was [...] Read More

Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts: Country Is Beneficial

A lot of people are going through hard times these days, and country music’s biggest stars are anxious to help. Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Alison Krauss and Charlie Daniels are just a few of the artists who’ve extended themselves of late to help their neighbors get through a difficult period. Here are a few examples of country’s acts at work in the community: Read More

Luke Bryan Finds “Rain” Is Good for No. 1 Party

“Rain makes corn / Corn makes whiskey.” And you know what whiskey does: It “makes my baby feel a little frisky.” That playful chorus played out well for a couple of longtime friends Tuesday as Luke Bryan and his co-writer, Dallas Davidson, were honored at BMI in Nashville with a No. 1 party for “Rain Is A Good Thing.” From guitarist J.T. Corenflos’ pinging intro all the way through to the big pile of sound in the single’s waning moments, “Rain” is nothing but a good time. Luke and Dallas know a thing or two about good times. They attended Georgia Southern University in Statesboro together, and they shared an apartment in Nashville when they first moved to Tennessee. Read More

Luke Bryan Brings “Rain” to Jimmy Kimmel Live

ACM Top New Artist Luke Bryan performed his two-week #1 hit “Rain Is A Good Thing” on Jimmy Kimmel Live this past Monday, August 9. Bryan also took the show off the air with a performance of new hit song “Someone Else Calling You Baby.” Check out the performance here: ShareThis var shared_object = SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title:’Luke [...] Read More

Luke Bryan Stays Frisky at No. 1

Rain makes corn. Corn makes whiskey. Whiskey makes a rhyme scheme that took Luke Bryan to No. 1. You know that rhyme, whiskey and frisky — it’s the most enduring lyric from Luke’s song “Rain Is A Good Thing.” It’s been such a good thing for Luke that he stayed at the top of the country chart a second week once he got there. Coming on the heels of “Do I,” Luke’s rollicking little party song has been part of a strong 2010, though its roots were planted years ago. Read More