Luke Bryan postpones album release date, upcoming tour: ‘Can’t wait to get on the road’

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Luke Bryan Postponing the release of his new album,Born here live live here die here, “As well as their” Proud to Be Here “tour.

The 43-year-old country music crooner shared the news on social media on Tuesday, stating that his record will now be on 7 August and his tour ends on 10 July.

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Brian wrote, “The incredibly confusing and scary times our world is facing right now, and it’s important that we keep following the guidelines we’ve been given and our work to keep all of us safe We do.” Coronavirus epidemic.

He said: “With that in mind, we are loving being in the house at the moment so that we can share this music and hang out with you this summer. I really believe that music is for everyone Can provide all sorts of emotional connection and I can. ” ‘Waiting to get on the road and share these new songs with you soon. Love y’all. “

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American Idol“The judges join other country music artists who are forced to continue their havoc around the world due to the outbreak of coronovirus.

Luke Bryan arrived in Los Angeles, California on May 05, 2019 on ABC’s ‘American Idol’ live show.
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It was previously announced that Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton and Kenny Chesney also made a halt to the road.

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In addition to the tours, coronovirus epidemics have also fallen victim to dozens of concerts. Stagecoach and Coachella have been postponed As of October, and the 2020 iHeartCountry Festival, which was scheduled for May 2, is now delayed by an unknown date.

Fox News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report

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