Bryan draws big spring break crowds
Thursday, March 13, 2014
– Luke Bryan wrapped his visit to Panama City Beach, Fla. yesterday with his second of two spring break concerts at Spinnaker Beach Club. More than 230,000 fans came out for Bryan's sixth-annual performances.
GAC's "Headline Country" covered the event, which will be broadcast on Thursday, March 20.
The shows were in celebration of his new digital EP out now, "Spring Break 6...Like We Ain't Ever." The album contains six original songs, all co-written by Bryan, including, "She Get Me High," "Like We Ain't Ever
3. Night One," "Are You Leaving With Him," "Good Lookin Girl" and "The Sand I Brought To The Beach."
Bryan's previous five spring break releases have sold more than 750,000 copies. Last year's album debuted at number one on the Billboard Country sales chart and earning him his first chart topper on Billboard's Top 200 chart, selling 149,515 units its first week.
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