Luke Bryan Returns With New Album 'Kill the Lights'
And when he plays live, he makes it a priority to give the fans a great time; he often spends more time at the edge of the runways than he does on the main stage with his band, essentially putting himself in the crowd. 'My focus in life when I'm on stage is entertaining these fans," Bryan explains. 'If it's my smile and my demeanor, if it's my song that does it, if it's me picking up a child out of the audience and letting them sing, it's not being so premeditated that you can see it from a mile away. My main thing is: I'm a fan up there that just gets to sing. That's kind of how I've always approached it."
Kill the Lights is sure to bring more fan favorites to Luke's stadium shows for years to come. The lead single, 'Kick The Dust Up," leans on the farm-party theme that's become a hallmark of his persona, but with a strange neo-Middle Eastern vibe, and has become his 13th number 1 hit. 'Move" has a familiar dance quality and 'Scarecrows" pledges allegiance to his small-town roots.
Other new songs include the sexy slow jam 'Strip It Down," the surprisingly dark 'Razor Blade" and his duet with Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild on 'Home Alone Tonight." Then there's 'To The Moon And Back," inspired by Caroline, his wife of nine years. Read more here.
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