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Bryan gives it up for farmers on EP

Monday, September 5, 2016
Luke Bryan first-ever Farm Tour EP, due later this month, will feature five songs.

"Farm Tour...Here's To The Farmer" is out Sept. 23 in advance of his eighth annual Farm Tour 2016, running Oct. 5 to Oct. 15.

The track listing is:
1. I Do All My Dreamin' There - Craig Wiseman, Jim McCormick
2. Here's To The Farmer - Luke Bryan, Michael Carter, Chase McGill
3. Love Me In A Field - Luke Bryan, Rodney Clawson, Matt Dragstrem
4. You Look Like Rain - Tony Lane, Bobby Hamrick, Marti Dodson
5. Southern Gentleman - Luke Bryan, Dallas Davidson, Ashley Gorley

"Farm Tour...Here's To The Farmer was produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 5 Gaston, South Carolina Culler Farms
Oct. 6 Greenback, Tennessee Maple Lane Farms
Oct. 7 Elizabethtown, Kentucky Highland Farms
Oct. 8 Monroeville, Indiana Spangler Farms
Oct. 12 Batesville, Mississippi FT Farms
Oct. 13 Prairie Grove, Arkansas Ogden Ranch
Oct. 14 Centralia, Missouri Stowers Farm
Oct. 15 Effingham, Illinois Mid America Motorworks

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