Talk about an adrenaline rush! Right after Luke Bryan won the 2013 American Music Award for Favorite Male Country Artist on Sunday night (Nov. 24), he took over the stage to perform his hit song 'That's My Kind of Night.'
The hits keep on coming for Luke Bryan. He just sold out New York City's famed Madison Square Garden in five minutes and added a second show. Now, the 'Drink a Beer' singer has confirmed his participation at the 2013 American Music Awards. Bryan will be performing at the ceremony.
Five minutes. That's all the time it took for Luke Bryan to sell out his Jan. 25 show at the World's Most Famous Arena aka Madison Square Garden in NYC. But wait. There's even more good news for Big Apple country music fans and big city Luke Bryan fanatics.
One expects more comedy than vocal proficiency from the Robertsons, and in their song 'Hairy Christmas,' that's what you get. Luke Bryan joins Willie Robertson and company on this singalong that aims to be the next 'Merry Christmas from the Family.'
Luke Bryan's newest single 'Drink a Beer' is poignant and incredibly personal. Still, it seems fitting that he would debut it on country music's biggest night, at the 2013 CMA Awards. And, he'll have some talented help onstage from the one and only Chris Stapleton.
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