Luke Bryan promotes new CD
COUNTRY STANDARD TIME
HomeNewsInterviewsCD ReleasesCD ReviewsConcertsArtistsArchive
 

Luke Bryan promotes new CD

Monday, September 28, 2009 – Luke Bryan is set to release his second album, "Doin' My Thing," on Oct. 6 and will embark on a special promotional tour visiting nine cities in nine days to promote the new album. The album launch will kick-off Oct. 5 in Statesboro, Ga., where Bryan will host his previously announced first-ever Farm Tour show, and the promo tour will wrap in Minneapolis on Oct. 14.

On album release date, Bryan will head to Leesburg, Ga. for an exclusive concert that was won by his hometown through an online contest with. Bryan will perform on his high school football field. Bryan said, "The last time I sang on that field, I had written a song for graduation. It will be nostalgic to go back and now play a full show."

During the promotional tour, Bryan will visit the local radio station in each city, meet and greet fans one-on-one and perform live.
Oct. 5 Statesboro, GA Hurricane Plantation GAC Top 20 will be on site
Oct. 6 Leesburg, GA Lee County High School Football Field
Oct. 7 Charlotte Coyote Joe's
Oct. 8 Greenville, SC Blind Horse
Oct. 9 Tampa Dallas Bull
Oct. 10 Atlanta, GA Wild Bills
Oct. 12 Augusta Country Club
Oct. 13 Chicago Joe's Bar
Oct. 14 Minneapolis Fine Line

After wrapping his album launch, Bryan will prepare for his first headline tour, "Doin' My Thing Tour," on Oct. 30 in Jacksonville, Fla.


More news for Luke Bryan


CD reviews for Luke Bryan

CD review - Born Here Live Here Die Here deluxe If there's one thing Luke Bryan knows how to do, it's to stay in his lane. And why not? It often leads to great chart position. The Deluxe edition of his seventh album "Born Here, Live Here, Die Here" was born out of the pandemic tour stoppage. It includes six new songs and increases the run time to 54 minutes. The original 10 tracks are mostly in the vein of the pop laced chart toppers "One Margarita" and "Knockin' Boots." With writing ...
CD review - Born Here, Live Here, Die Here After taking in Luke Bryan's "Born Here Live Here Die Here," the listener will never guess this full length was released during a pandemic. Maybe that's a good thing. After all, we might need a diversion from the international health crisis now and then. The release opens with "Knockin' Boots," which is how modern cowboys describe sexual intercourse. A few songs later, Bryan gives us the drinking song (and single) "One Margarita." In between, "What ...
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, ...


©Country Standard Time • Jeffrey B. Remz, editor & publisher • countrystandardtime@gmail.com
AboutCopyrightNewsletterOur sister publication Standard Time
Subscribe to Country Music News Country News   Subscribe to Country Music CD Reviews CD Reviews   Follow us on  Twitter    Instagram    Facebook