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New Bryan disc coming in August

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 – Luke Bryan will release his fourth studio album on Aug. 13 as announced last night on The Late Show with David Letterman.

The title of the disc was not disclosed. Bryan performed the project's first single, Crash My Party, on the show.

The Aug. 13 release is the follow up to Bryan's most successful album to date "tailgates & tanlines," which has now been certified Double Platinum. The CD contains three back-to-back Platinum singles, was the 8th best-selling album of 2012 and has sold 7.2 million tracks. The summer album also releases on the heels of Bryan's most successful spring break series album, "Spring Break...Here To Party," which debuted at number 1 on Billboard's Top 200 chart this past March.

Bryan takes his "Dirt Road Diaries Tour" back on the road this weekend on May 17 in Virginia Beach, Va. The tour is slated to run through the end of October.

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