Bryan has the "Mind of a Country Boy"
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Bryan has the "Mind of a Country Boy"

Friday, June 14, 2024 – One Day after Luke Bryan launched the U.S. leg of his "Mind Of A Country Boy Tour" in Jacksonville, Fla. to a sold out crowd last night, the singer released the song that inspired the tour name.

"Mind Of A Country Boy" was written by Bryan, Ben Hayslip, Dallas Davidson and Rhett Atkins (The Peach Pickers) and co-produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens. The song is part of new music from Bryan expected later this year.

"Every time I get in a room with The Peach Pickers, we have so much fun because we have so much in common," said Bryan. "This song not only shows what can run through my mind but also what most us country boys think about on any given day. The girl we love, outdoors, life and not getting above our raising."

The "Mind Of A Country Boy Tour" features multiple special guests throughout the tour: Tenille Arts, Chayce Beckham, George Birge, Dillon Carmichael, HunterGirl, Ella Langley, Chase Matthew, Meghan Patrick, Lily Rose, Josh Ross, Alana Springsteen, Zach Top, Vincent Mason, Tucker Wetmore, Dylan Schneider and DJ Rock. The tour boasts two stadium dates this year, Truist Field in Atlanta on Aug. 17 with Bailey Zimmerman, Kameron Marlowe and Chayce Beckham and Wrigley Field in Chicago on Aug. 25 with Tracy Lawrence, Zimmerman and Beckham.

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