Bryan's "Dunk on You" video drops Friday
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
– Luke Bryan will debut the video for his current single, Drunk On You
with a world premiere across VEVO, including VEVO.com, VEVO's free mobile apps and on VEVO syndication partners like YouTube, this Friday, March 23
The song is the third single from Bryant's "tailgates & tanlines" album.
Bryan once again teamed up with Tacklebox Films director Shaun Silva for this video, which is the "Part-Two" clip following his I Don't Want This Night To End video saga.
In the I Don't Want This Night To End video, Bryan plays a country music star who falls for a new girl in town (played by actress Cameron Richardson) while he is home from the road. A chance meeting leads to a night they will never forget. But the story continues with Drunk On You - did she make it to the show?
Bryan will perform on the 47th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday,
April 1 on CBS.
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