Luke Bryan’s new docuseries, My Dirt Road Diary, will premiere Friday (August 6th) exclusively on IMDb TV, Amazon’s premium free streaming service.
Luke says he got to look back at some of the amazing moments in his life and career after watching his new docuseries.
“Watching the docuseries and looking back at everything that’s transpired, you know, sometimes when you’re in the middle of living something, you don’t really get to kinda stop and smell the roses,” says Luke. “So, this really gets to show me all of the amazing stuff that music has made in my life, and I get to see kind of where I was and how small my children were when I was getting started and the house that me and my wife were living in at the time, and then we go full circle. So, being able to have your life kind of unfold and seeing the positives and the negatives is just really something special.”
Luke adds, “My most proud moment watching the docuseries is just seeing all my friends and family and people that have supported me in there talk about me, just hearing what they’ve gotta say and being a part of the ride, it just makes me, when you can make your parents proud at the age I’m at, it’s just an unbelievable feeling.”
The five-part docuseries follows the Georgia native as he experiences the ups, downs, triumphs, and tragedies along the road to unprecedented success. Through original home videos, interviews, and incredibly personal footage, viewers will get a backstage pass experience into the life of the country music superstar. All episodes of Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary will premiere on Friday, August 6,
Luke, who is making his way up the country charts with his latest smash “Waves,” is back on the road with his Proud To Be Right Here Tour making stops in Bangor, Maine, Gilford, New Hampshire and Philadelphia this weekend.