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Luke Bryan freaks out

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 – Luke Bryan woke up this morning to hear he had received his very first award nomination from the Academy of Country Music for "Best New Male Vocalist."

"Mama's going to freak about this one," he said "I'm freakin' out even more. Honestly, it's such a feeling of accomplishment. I can't even put it in to words."

Bryant's debut came out last summer, and he enjoyed a hit with "All My Friends Say." Bryan's new single "Country Man" goes for adds at country radio on March 24.

Bryan has been touring since the beginning of the year. In January, he opened for Trace Adkins "American Man" tour and is currently out with Dierks Bentley and his "Throttle Wide Open" tour. He opens the summer with being part of 12-time fellow ACM nominee Kenny Chesney as part of his "Poets & Pirates" stadium dates.


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CD review - What Makes You Country Luke Bryan aims to please often, and that rarely goes unpunished. The Georgia native has a strong voice, some songwriting skill and even legitimate farming cred. But Bryan still gets pegged as the face of corporate country - that pandering beast packaging artists for mass consumption. The label can be unfair, but not wholly undeserved - Bryan has a long track record, for instance, of records about chasing girls and Bud Lights. In truth, he married his college sweetheart and they share a quiet, ...


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