Although it was just released in January, Luke Bryan's newest single, "Most People Are Good," has already topped the Country Airplay chart. Anyone who has heard the song even once will understand why it climbed to the top so fast.
Written by David Frasier, Ed Hill, and Josh Kear, "Most People Are Good" is an inspiring song that urges listeners to find the good in everything they see. Rather than focus on the negative, the song encourages kids to be kids, stresses the importance of friendship, and praises the power of a mother's love.
The song is one that Bryan felt an instant draw to. Speaking to iHeart Country, he explained why he chose the song, "It was something that I felt like that people always need to be reassured that there’s way more good going on than negative," he said.
When it came time for Bryan to perform at the ACM Awards on Sunday night (April 15), it made perfect sense that "Most People Are Good" was the song he chose to sing.
Knowing the meaning behind "Most People Are Good," it was already a given that Bryan's performance would be one of the most heart-tugging of the night. Also, the fact that the ACM Awards were held in Las Vegas (the site of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting) added an extra emotional element to his performance.
Bryan's performance was gentle bringing attention to the important words he sang. The camera focused on the crowd a great deal during his performance, and most everyone could be seen starring up at Bryan in awe.
Considering all of the circumstances, it seems fair to say that Bryan's performance struck an emotional chord with all who watched.
In case you missed it, go ahead and prepare to shed many tears over part of Bryan's ACM Awards performance of "Most People Are Good" in the video below.
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