Luke Bryan Adds Another Tour Date + George Strait Honored + Jim Ed Brown Celebrates 50 Years as Opry Member
Good news for us country music lovers, Luke Bryan has added a second Nashville date to his "Dirt Road Diaries Tour," King of Country George Strait is honored, and legend Jim Ed Brown celebrates 50 years as an Opry member. Luke Bryan fans are cheering today. The country superstar has just added another date to his "Dirt Road Diaries" tour. This date will be Oct. 18 in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena. The show features the hot duo Florida Georgia Line and Thompson Square. Don't miss your chance to win a "Flyaway" trip for two to see Luke Bryan in West Palm Beach from KNUE. Click here to enter in the Country Club.
The "King of Country" George Strait will be honored with the ASCAP Founder's Award. The presentation will be held at the 51st Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards at Music City Center in Nashville on Nov. 4. Catch George's latest single "I Believe" on KNUE -- simply beautiful!
And congratulations to legend Jim Ed Brown, who celebrated his 50th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry last Saturday. Brown was inducted on August, 12, 1963, Brown had memorable moments from his Opry career highlighted, including performances with Bobby Bare and duet partner Helen Cornelius. Pop a Top Jim!