What Will Luke Bryan’s Kids Think of His New Museum Exhibit?

22 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Luke Bryan Shares Big News for 2015 at Nashville Press Conference.

The Leesburg native announced his “Kick The Dust Up” tour on Wednesday in Nashville. Luke Bryan, who headlined Heinz Field last summer, will bring his Kick the Dust Up Tour to the First Niagara Pavilion for two nights — July 31 and Aug. 1 — with special guests will be Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch.It will be hard for Luke Bryan to top 2014, but the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year said Wednesday he’s determined to try, announcing plans for an upcoming international tour, a new Spring Break album and the opening of a exhibit devoted to him at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “It’s amazing we’re in this spot,” Bryan told a group of media and fan club members at a press conference in Nashville on Wednesday morning. “I think you raise the bar by continuing to be excited about doing this. Fans can purchase tickets beginning Jan. 30 in select cities as part of Live Nation’s Country Megaticket at www.Megaticket.com and can check www.lukebryanlive.com to enter to win fly-away promotions to stadium shows in other cities. Now that family and friends and fans can come to town and see an exhibit of mine is just truly, truly … exciting.” The exhibit, which runs through November, will fill space occupied in the past by displays dedicated to Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and most recently Miranda Lambert – and that leaves some fashionable shoes to fill, museum director Kyle Young told Bryan. “You’re the first dude, so you’ve got to work on the wardrobe!” he joked.

He’ll also take his tour overseas for the first time, playing everything from festivals down to 3,000-seat clubs in the U.K., Sweden, Norway and Germany. “I’ve always been a home boy,” Bryan says of his first foray into playing for European crowds. “You kind of have to re-prove yourself over in Europe.” The year will mark an end, however, to an annual tradition for Bryan – he’ll play his last Spring Break concerts in Panama City, Florida, on March 11 and 12 and release his last Spring Break-themed CD (featuring five new tracks) on March 10. “We’re going to end it on a big bang,” Bryan said. “It doesn’t mean I’ll party any more or any less – [but] I am partying a lot less these days! His 2013 album, “Crash My Party,” has sold more than 2 million copies on the strength of hits“That’s My Kind of Night,” “Drink a Beer” and “Play It Again.” Bryan also spoke about eight international dates set for this winter, as well as a new studio album, the followup to the double-Platinum ‘Crash My Party,’ released in August 2013. Bryan says he wants to “tell the story, tell how you move up to Nashville chasing dreams, meet some songwriters … we’re excited to tell that story, and we will take it very seriously and try to make a really fun fan-interactive experience.”

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