Luke Bryan helped a fan celebrate a memorable 21st birthday during his concert in Louisville, Kentucky last week. The young lady held up a sign saying she wanted to "drink a beer" with Luke because it was her 21st birthday. He invited her up on stage and made her show proof of ID before he asked his stage hands to get two beers for them to toast with. Luke even serenaded the girl with a short version of "Happy Birthday" sung Elvis style, signed a few things for her and offered her a kiss before taking a sip of beer and sending her back to her seat.
Luke wrapped up his weekend as Grand Marshall in Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans.
While Nashville continues to be covered in ice and snow, Luke will head for warmer weather in Florida this week, with scheduled shows in Estero on Wednesday (February 18th), and Orlando on Thursday (February 19th) and Saturday (February 21st).
Kenny Chesney follows up his back-to-back Number One hits, "American Kids" and "Til It's Gone," with "Wild Child," featuring Grace Potter.
Kenny co-wrote the song, which he says paints women in a positive light. [“I’m very proud of this song because I believe there’s a lot of ways to write about women. But to me, I think their spirit — their heart and their spirit is the place to start. You know, a lot of things that have been written about women in the last three years are just about certain things. You know? And look, I love tailgates and cutoff jeans and bikini tops as much as any guy in the world, you know? But I feel like that’s been talked about a lot. It’s kinda, in a way, kinda painted women in a corner. But this song talks about their spirit. This song talks about their heart, and how they live their life, you know, just out of the box.”]
Kenny kicks off his The Big Revival tour with two sold-out shows at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on March 26th and 27th.
DUSTIN LYNCH got hit in the face by a can of beer while performing at Mullet Fest on Friday. He said, quote, "I was walking down the catwalk and just wham, out of nowhere this beer can just nailed me in the face. It was completely full and it felt like a baseball had hit me." He did manage to finish the show, and got stitches later.
CAREFUL: There's some rough language in the background, especially from the bouncer at 1:17
"Dollar Shave Club" launched about two-and-a-half years ago. It's the thing where you have razors delivered through the mail for as little as a dollar a month.
And it's been a HUGE success. So much so that the guy who started it just revealed they're on pace to clear about $60 MILLION this year, and they now have more than a million active members.
If it's been a while since you've seen the original video they made, you should check it out again, because it's so weird it's BRILLIANT. And it's pretty much the entire reason the whole thing took off like it did.
The big line in it was, "Are the blades any good? No . . . Our blades are [effing] GREAT."