Luke Bryan dropped out at a recent gig, but that didn’t stop him from giving fans the show they deserve.
During his performance of “It’s my kind of nightAt the Coastal Credit Union Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina on Friday night (July 8), the country superstar was showing off his signature dance moves when he tripped over a power cord.
Several fans captured the hysterical moment Bryan handled like a pro.
In the shared clips, Bryan’s tour manager is seen trying to help the longtime american idol judge, however, he refused her help and continued to lie on the ground. The country hitmaker then got back on his feet and started dancing again.
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Earlier this month, the Georgia native released a brand new country radio single titled “Country On,” a track that serves as an ode to the hard-working American people.
Co-written by Mark Nesler, David Frasier, Mitch Oglesby and Styles Haury, and co-produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens, the song shouts out to farm workers, truckers, first responders, soldiers and more and encourages these persevering individuals to “Country On,” or in other words, keep going.
“Hey fireman, boys and girls in blue / We sure could use a lot more like you / You come running anytime, it’s all wrong / Country on / Hey soldier, wherever you are / Hats off to keep us free / All our thoughts and prayers until you come home/Country on,” he sings as Sarah Buxton provides background vocals.
The just-released patriotic anthem is the most added song on country radio this week. According Country air control91 national radio stations added the song to rotation on its official impact date.
Upon release, “Country On” debuted at number 32 on the Mediabase chart and number 21 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.
The five-time artist of the year is currently in the midst of his Raised Up Right tour of more than 30 cities.
The trek, which has the support of Riley Green, Mitchell Tenpenny and DJ Rock, kicked off on June 9 in Charleston, West Virginia. The tour will run through October 28, where the Raised Up Right Tour will wrap up in Jacksonville, Florida.
Tickets and additional information for Luke Bryan’s Raised Up Right Tour available HERE.
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