Luke Bryan’s Proves He’s A ‘Southern Gentleman’ With New Song

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In just over a month, Luke Bryan will be releasing Here’s To The Farmer, his first ever Farm Tour album. The album’s release will come just in time for the singer’s 8th annual tour where a portion of the ticket proceeds will be given to the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship, a local college scholarship which helps students from a farming family pay for college.

At a recent show, Bryan gave fans a glimpse into the new album by performing “Southern Gentleman,” one of the two tracks the reigning ACCA Male Vocalist of the Year wrote for the project. As the song’s title implies, Bryan sings about being taught to treat a lady right. 

“I was raised to stand up when you walk in the door / Spin you around an old hard pine floor / Rock you, baby, on a wrap-around porch underneath a magnolia blossom…ain’t nobody gonna love you better than this Southern gentleman.”

Luke Bryan’s 2016 Farm Tour will kick off October 5th and will take the singer to 8 farms across the U.S. with stops in South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri and Illinois. See a complete list of tour dates and stops by clicking here

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