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LUKE BRYAN WILL RELEASE A NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR ‘SPRING BREAKDOWN’ TODAY.

Nashville- (March 6, 2015) – Just before kicking off his final Spring Break shows in Florida next week Luke Bryan will release a new music video for “Spring Breakdown,” one of the new tunes off his Spring Break…Checkin’ Out album in stores March 10.  VEVO and CMT.COM will exclusively premiere the clip today, Friday, March 6 with CMT’s HOT 20 show airing it as a bonus video this weekend, March 7 and 8.  Watch it here: http://vevo.ly/TOyEQ4

Michael Monaco, longtime videographer for Luke, produced the video which features footage from the past six Spring Break shows highlighting some of the favorite moments.  It also features Luke recording the song in the studio earlier this year.

Luke’s Spring Break concerts are set for next week on March 11 and 12 at Spinnaker Beach Club in Panama City, Florida where over 230,000 fans attended last year’s shows.

Spring Break…Checkin’ Out will be available in record stores as well as digitally on March 10 and contains five *new, original songs all co-written by Luke plus all six songs from last year’s EP. Pre-order the album at http://umgn.us/LBSBCO .

 

Spring Break…Checkin’ Out

  1. My Ol’ Bronco
  2.  Games
  3. She Get Me High
  4.  Spring Breakdown
  5. Good Lookin’ Girl
  6. Checkin’ Out
  7. You And The Beach
  8. Night One
  9.   Like We Ain’t Ever
  10. The Sand I Brought To The Beach
  11. Are You Leaving With Him

 

Luke’s collection of all six previous Spring Break releases combined have over 1.1 million sales to date.

 

Since the debut of his first album in 2007, Luke Bryan has placed 12 singles at No. 1 and sold nearly 7 million albums with 27 million digital tracks from his four studio albums and has been named Entertainer of the Year for both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association.  Luke’s latest album Crash My Party was 2013’s best-selling country album which sold over two million copies with 8 million digital downloads, is certified Double Platinum, won the Billboard Music Award for “Top Country Album” and contains six consecutive No. 1 hit singles- “That’s My Kind of Night,” “Crash My Party,” “Drink A Beer,” Play It Again,” “Roller Coaster” and “I See You.”  Luke made Billboard chart history last year by reaching the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart with “Play It Again” and “This Is How We Roll” with Florida Georgia Line claiming the No. 2 spot.  Luke became the first artist to ever hold the two top positions since the chart began in 1990.  Luke Bryan achieved the best touring year of his career in 2014 with 1.7 million fans attending his concerts.  In 2015, Luke will play his first-ever shows in Europe, release his final Spring Break album on March 10, be honored with a summer exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and will embark on a new tour in May, “Kick The Dust Up Tour.”

Luke is the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and will co-host the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards with Blake Shelton for a third consecutive year on April 19, 2015.  Luke has four nominations for this year’s ACM’s – Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist, Song of the Year for “Drink A Beer” and Vocal Event for “This Is How We Roll” with Florida Georgia Line.

 

Visit www.LukeBryan.com or follow Luke on Twitter @LukeBryanOnline, Instagram and Facebook.

MICKEY GUYTON IS STILL IN DISBELIEF ABOUT HER OPENING STINT ON BRAD PAISLEY’S UPCOMING TOUR.

Mickey Guyton is excited about joining Brad Paisley on his Crushin’ It World Tour starting May 15th in Philadelphia.

“It’s just completely unbelievable that this is happening to me, because you dream of being able to go on tour and to share your songs,” says Mickey. “And then when it actually happens, it’s just feels like a dream. I’m still on cloud nine about all of it.”

She isn’t really apprehensive about his prankster reputation, she’s actually looking forward to the retaliation. “I’m kind of looking forward to his pranks, because I’m definitely going to get him back, for sure.”

Mickey’s debut single is the powerful “Better Than You Left Me” which broke Country Aircheck history for the most one-week adds for a debut act’s first single. Co-written with Nathan Chapman, Jennifer Hanson and Jenn Schott, the single was USA Today’s Song of the Week. Since releasing her single, Mickey has appeared on many Who to Watch for in 2015 lists including NPR, Billboard, Rolling Stone Country, Spotify, Yahoo! Music, Huffington Post, Mashable, Taste of Country and Nashville Lifestyles.

Audio / Mickey Guyton is still overwhelmed at being tapped to open for Brad Paisley later this year.

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Mickey Guyton (big tour) OC: …all of it. :14
“It’s just completely unbelievable that this is happening to me, because you dream of being able to go on tour and to share your songs, and then when it actually happens, it’s just feels like a dream. I’m still on cloud nine about all of it.”

Audio / Mickey Guyton talks about what she's excited about for her upcoming opening stint on Brad Paisley's tour.

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Mickey Guyton (excitement over Brad’s tour) OC: …for sure. :20
“I think I’m most excited about my tour bus. I’ve never been on one before, so I’m really excited to sleep on one and to say this is my tour bus, and obviously to be able to sing with Brad, like, that is going to be so cool. I’m kind of looking forward to his pranks, because I’m definitely going to get him back, for sure.”

LUKE BRYAN WILL MISS PERFORMING HIS ANNUAL SPRING BREAK CONCERTS.

Luke Bryan will release his final Spring Break album, Spring Break…Checkin’ Out, Tuesday (March 10th). The collection will contain five new, original songs all co-written by Luke, plus all six songs from last year’s EP.  Luke’s collection of all six previous Spring Break releases combined have over 1.1 million sales to date.

He’ll follow the release of his Spring Break album with two free shows at Spinnaker Beach Club in Panama City Beach March 11th and 12th. He says the shows on the beach will be one of the things he misses most since this is his final year.

“I sleep on the bus during Spring Break. I wake up, open up the blinds and the sun is out, drink some coffee. Most of the time I’m kicking a hangover.  And just watching the day kind of get going, watch everybody start piling in on the beach about 3,” says Luke. “Just being there, being around – being around people having the time of their life is inspiring, and that’s definitely what I’ll miss, watching the fans just make memories that will last forever with them.”

Over 230,000 fans came out for last year’s shows.

Audio / Luke Bryan says he’ll miss the people most of all when he plays his last Spring Break show.

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Luke Bryan (what he’ll miss about SB) OC: …with them. :34
“I love just waking up in the morning. I sleep on the bus during Spring Break. I wake up, open up the blinds and the sun is out, drink some coffee. Most of the time I’m kicking a hangover.  And just watching the day kind of get going, watch everybody start piling in on the beach about 3. Just the whole day. Just being there, being around – being around people having the time of their life is inspiring and that’s definitely what I’ll miss, watching the fans just make memories that will last forever with them.”

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