Due to the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, Luke Bryan has announced he is delaying both the release of his upcoming album Born Here Live Here Die Here, as well as his Proud To Be Right Here Tour.
The album, which was set to be released later this month, has been pushed back to Aug. 7, 2020 while the tour will now launch July 10, 2020 in Orange Beach, Alabama, and will wrap Oct. 30 in Bossier City, Louisiana. The tour was originally set to launch May 28 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Morgan Wallen, Caylee Hammack and Runaway June will continue on the new tour dates.
The Nashville show at Bridgestone Arena is still set for July 30.
The album, produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens, follows Bryan’s 2017 project What Makes You Country, and contains Bryan’s recent chart-topper “What She Wants Tonight,” which marked his 24th No. 1 overall.
Bryan announced the delay for the album and tour on April 7. See his note below:
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