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  1. ACM Awards: Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley to Return as Co-Hosts

    9:42 am 2/14/2017

    The show will air live on CBS from Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena on April 2.Read more

  2. Watch Luke Bryan Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl 2017

    3:38 pm 2/5/2017

    Luke Bryan sings "The Star Spangled Banner" at the 2017 Super Bowl.Read more

  3. Super Bowl: Luke Bryan Sings National Anthem

    12:25 pm 2/5/2017

    The country singer got the action started in Houston with a powerful performance of our nation's anthem.Read more

  4. Luke Bryan to Perform National Anthem at Super Bowl

    7:36 am 1/23/2017

    The country musician joins Lady Gaga on the lineup for the big game in Houston on Feb. 5.Read more

  5. Luke Bryan Issues Statement After Hitting "Disruptive" Fan at Charity Concert

    6:35 am 12/2/2016

    Footage surfaced online of the singer engaging with a man in the front row who was flipping him off.Read more

  6. Hurricane Matthew Causes Concert Cancellations for Chainsmokers, Garth Brooks and More

    6:50 pm 10/5/2016

    The first stop of Luke Bryan's Farm Tour in South Carolina is also canceled.Read more

  7. ACM Awards: Luke Bryan Performs "Huntin,' Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day"

    11:44 am 3/28/2016

    The show aired live on CBS from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.Read more

  8. Grammys: Luke Bryan, John Legend, Meghan Trainor and Demi Lovato to Perform Lionel Richie Tribute

    8:03 am 2/9/2016

    Richie is also slated to perform at this year's awards on Feb. 15.Read more

  9. Luke Bryan and Karen Fairchild Perform "Home Alone Tonight" at 2015 American Music Awards

    7:23 pm 11/22/2015

    The duo belted out the song together onstage.Read more

  10. Usher, Luke Bryan Top List of Most Dangerous Celebrities Online

    7:24 am 9/29/2015

    Searches for those famous names, including Dutch trance DJ Armin van Buuren, are most likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware, according to Intel Security.Read more

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