Bryan debuts new single Sunday
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
– Luke Bryan will introduce his brand-new single, Crash My Party,
on the upcoming ACM Award show telecast this Sunday. The song will be on Bryan's forthcoming fourth studio album and be available for purchase following the show that evening.
In addition to co-hosting the ACM Awards for the first time, Bryan also has four nominations -- Entertainer Of The Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year for "tailgates & tanlines,"and Vocal Event of the Year for The Only Way I Know with Jason Aldean and Eric Church. Fans can continue to cast their votes once a day for ACM Awards Entertainer Of The Year by visiting www.VoteACM.com.
Bryan will make appearances on CBS' The Talk and OMG! Insider (April 4) and CBS This Morning: Saturday (April 6) in anticipation of the 48th ACM Awards Live! Sunday, April 7 at 8 p.m. eastern.
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