2020 not a great year, but Luke Bryan has hit a milestone..here’s the story:

“When I first heard 'One Margarita,' I really thought it was the perfect summer song," Luke also said "It's catchy and fun, and right now people just need a moment to let go. It’s been fun watching my fans react on socials and it’s gonna be even more fun when I get to perform it for them at a live show!"

The feel-good song is the third consecutive No. 1 from Bryan’s upcoming Born Here Live Here Die Here album, which is set for release on August 7.

But 25 No. 1 songs? It's hard to believe — even for Luke himself.

More Luke news.  He reminisced about being on stage at the 2016 Volunteer Jam at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville and after his set, coming back on stage to join Charlie Daniels during his set for a song. Luke is a Georgia native, so it was extra special to do a joint performance with one of his idols of The Devil Went Down to Georgia.


Here's the way to do live shows.

Granger Smith's Fourth of July show was at Dell Diamond, home of the minor league Round Rock Express baseball team in Round Rock, Texas, near Austin.

Smith wanted to play, because he and his band have grown sick of live streaming concerts for an audience they can't see.  is not working at all, Smith knows what he has to do.

So, along with the city, the venue and the Round Rock Express, the country star and his team began to draw up a plan.

Fans Socially distanced through out the infield and the stands.  Bathroom lines spaced out. And when the fans left, they left orderly by section to keep a semblance of social distancing.  That’s the way to do it.   Photos at Taste of Country.com

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