Men On The Move: Bryan, Bentley, Adkins, and Keith

Luke Bryan’s sold-out concert on a farm in Athens, Georgia will be broadcast live tonight (9/30) at 9/8 pm ET on Sirius XM’s The Highway. The show is part of Bryan’s “Farm Tour,” a series of six shows from which proceeds will be donated to fund a scholarship in each city for a local student. “We just wanted to have a little fun in the fall,” says Bryan. “I think what’s cool about the ‘Farm Tour’ is these things are a big event for these towns. It’s a fun experience all around. I want to do what I can to keep it rocking.”

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(L-R): Jim Beavers, Dierks Bentley and Jon Randall. Photo: Eric England

Dierks Bentley recently celebrated the success of his eighth career No. 1 song, “Am I The Only One.” Industry friends joined Bentley, along with co-writers Jon Randall and Jim Beavers, at Losers in Nashville for the event. In the spirit of the song, Bentley presented personalized bottles of Patron.

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Trace Adkins is donning his actor’s cap as he joins the cast of supernatural thriller The Healer, which also includes Isabelle Fuhrman, Joel Courtney, James Le Gros, Peter Bogdanovich and Natalia Dyer. Currently filming in North Carolina with writer/director Giorgio Serafini, The Healer is the story of teenage twins who go on a camping trip with their father and become lost in the forest while trying to repair old emotional wounds. Adkins plays The Truck Driver, a transporter of souls destined to hell, and his truck is a prison for eternity.

Photo: Brian Ormiston

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Toby Keith celebrated his premium mezcal Wild Shot last week by signing bottles for fans at Binny’s Beverage Depot in Chicago. Toby was in Chicago for a standing room only stop on his Locked & Loaded Tour Presented by Ford F-Series. Keith’s “Made In America” also recently hit No. 1 on the CountryBreakout Chart.

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