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Aug
10

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Luke Bryan ‘Kill The Lights’ – Album Review

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Right, let’s get this bit out the way first: ‘Kill The Lights’ is a better album than ‘Crash My Party’.

That’s not of course to say that there aren’t some polarizing, bro-country tracks in here, because there are; but there are enough more substantial offerings to balance what is an album of predominantly love songs, whether that manifests itself in adoration, lust, or heartbreak.

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Aug
7

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CMA Festival Country’s Night To Rock: Recap + Loads of Opinion

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CMA Festival’s Country’s Night To Rock aired this week (Aug. 4th) on ABC… and it was pretty forgettable. Country super group Little Big Town hosted the event and did a good job at it, it’s just too bad the event wasn’t as good as they were.

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Aug
4

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of August 15th, 2015

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This week Luke Bryan takes on more dominance than he has done in some time, as ‘Kick The Dust Up’ retains its hold at #1 on Hot Country Songs and moves up to the top spot on Country Airplay and Country Digital Songs, only bested by Sam Hunt’s ‘Take Your Time’ at #1 on Country Streaming Songs. Leading Top Country Albums is Alan Jackson with ‘Angels & Alcohol’, making things right after he just missed out last week (blame Jason Isbell for that), while Ashley Monroe’s ‘The Blade’ comes in at #2 and Aussie singer Kasey Chambers debuts at #49 with ‘Bittersweet’. New records from Blake Shelton (‘Gonna’) and Jason Aldean (‘Gonna Know We Were Here’) also make their presence known this week. Read on for more!

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Aug
1

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Citi To Present Exclusive Luke Bryan Concert On August 7th To Celebrate ‘Kill The Lights’

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In celebration of the release of ACM and CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan’s Kill The Lights, Citi will present an exclusive concert by the award-winning country artist that will stream live from Irving Plaza on August 7th on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo. Tickets will be available for purchase exclusively for Citi cardmembers beginning Wednesday, August 5th at 10:00 am EST. Kill The Lights is Bryan’s fifth studio album and the follow up to his most successful project to date, Crash My Party, which contains six consecutive No. 1 singles, is certified Double Platinum and has sold over two million copies with eight million digital downloads.
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Jul
19

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I Don’t Think Waylon Done It This Way

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By now, everyone has heard about the controversy over Luke Bryan and his ridiculous, disrespectful comments on Outlaw Country. Although, is it a real controversy if it doesn’t have a witty name (*Cough Cough* SaladGate)? How about #BryanGate or #CocaineGate or more correctly, #IdiotGate? Anyway, for those who live under a rock, here’s a summary of what went down. Luke Bryan made several comments on Outlaw Country and the artists associated with it in an interview with HITS, and the interview went as follows:

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Jun
12

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Stars Honor Heroes Bacskstage At CMT Music Awards

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The winning of awards, the giving of performances and the fangirling over Carrie Underwood weren’t the only things going on at Wednesday night’s CMT Music Awards. Backstage various stars were honoring our nation’s heroes by helping to stuff commemorative CAMO Crown Royal bags, packed with goodies to ship to active duty service men and women. This is Packages From Home, as part of the Crown Royal Heroes Project – the whisky company’s ongoing commitment to honor, recognize and give back to America’s finest. To date, thousands of bags have been packed and sent out to the troops. Check out photos of the Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Chase Rice, and Cole Swindell stuffing those bags below, and for more information go to crownroyal.com.

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May
26

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Luke Bryan ‘Kick The Dust Up’ – Single Review

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Like some strange combination of the clunky, childish lyrics I used to write around the age of eleven, and Farce The Music’s famed parody bro-country songs, Luke Bryan’s new single ‘Kick The Dust Up’ manages to remind us that not all men come out of puberty completely intact. In small pockets of American culture there are “men” (we’ll call them that for the sake of this review, but it needs expanding) who appear like devolved versions of their fellow superior beings, a simple, cyclical consumer of beer, female genitals and large vehicles that aim to make up for their lack of sexual experience (or girth). Once a purveyor of more thoughtful output designed for the ordinary human being, Luke Bryan has fallen into the depths of what we may consider to be a “bro”, a form of homo sapien that is less evolved than the common ape. Expect territory marking, second class treatment of the female species, hedonism and a kind of tribal communication whose usage is limited to this particular type of human.

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Apr
16

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The 50th Annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards: Drinking Game!

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Well, with the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards almost upon us, I figured it was time to get those shots ready. Our award show drinking games always prove popular, so with this being such a special year for the ACMs, let’s get cracking and don’t forget to join us for our usual live tweeting snark over at @FTCountryRecord, from the red carpet to the full show itself! Warning: we take no responsibility for wherever you may end up after playing our drinking game for three hours straight… and also no responsibility for Monday morning’s hangover/being fired from your job. Sorry!

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