Why Luke Bryan Wants Fans To Have Roller Coaster Of Emotion Hearing New Music
Luke Bryan is exclusively telling Radio.com about his new album, “What Makes You Country”. “I always want to have a roller coaster of emotions through the album, the sad songs, the love songs, the happy songs, the drinking songs, the party songs,” Luke explained. He opened up about the emotion of hearing his fans sing the lyrics to his songs while performing.

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