Luke Bryan Partners with Outdoor Outfitter Cabela’s for 32 Bridge Clothing Line

Image Courtesy Cabela'sLuke Bryan is expanding his relationship with outdoors outfitter Cabela's with the launch of a new clothing line, 32 Bridge. The name comes from the Route 32 bridge that crosses the Flint River, connecting Lee and Worth counties in Georgia, where Luke grew up. The clothing line features men's and women's apparel, including t-shirts and caps.

Luke says, "This brand is so dear to me and such a big part of who I am that seeing it come to life is so exciting. I can’t wait to share it!”

32 Bridge goes on sale Saturday at select Cabela's stores and online.

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Sam Hunt Admits He’d Be Freaked Out to See Someone Dressed as Him This Halloween

Image Courtesy David McClister/UMGSam Hunt is becoming known for his crisp fashion sense wearing shirts buttoned all the way to the top along with his signature flatbill baseball hat. The look is pretty distinctive, so it's possible a fan could dress up like Sam this Halloween. So, how would Sam react if he saw someone trick-or-treating as him?   

"That would freak me out," Sam tells ABC News Radio. "Hopefully, I don't have too unique of characteristics to help someone distinguish themselves as me, in a bad way."

As for his own childhood Halloween costumes, Sam says he most enjoyed dressing up like Zorro.

He explains, "I was a huge Zorro fan when I was a lot younger. I mean, really young."

Sam's debut album, Montevallo, is out this week featuring his debut hit, "Leave the Night On."

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New Duo Maddie & Tae Share Their Favorite Halloween Costumes from Years Past

Image Courtesy Dot RecordsJudging from their debut hit, "Girl in a Country Song," new duo Maddie & Tae probably won't be dressing up in short-shorts and crop tops for Halloween. Looking back on some of their most memorable Halloween costumes, the duo's Maddie Marlow recalls dressing up like The Little Mermaid a few years back.

She says, "It was rockin’, but I like fell every step because of that dang tail. I could not walk in it."

Maddie's duo partner, Tae Dye, got together with several of her female high school friends to dress up like guys for Halloween.

"One of us dressed like a gangster and the other dressed like a preppy," Tae explains, "and I dressed like a redneck man. So I wore like my Dad’s camo overalls.That should be illegal, they’re really bad."

Tae rounded out the costume with some fake buck teeth and dark makeup to make it look like she had dirt on her face.

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Florida Georgia Line and Cole Swindell Ready to Tailgate Prior to Florida-Georgia Game

Image Courtesy Dick Clark Productions/ABCFlorida Georgia Line will host their Anything Goes Tailgate 2014 concert Friday night in Jacksonville, Florida. The event is part of the festivities surrounding Saturday's college football match-up between the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs. Of course, FGL's Tyler Hubbard is a huge Bulldogs fan since he hails from Georgia. Florida native Brian Kelley is a Florida State Seminoles fan, so he'll be pulling for Bulldogs this weekend.

"Any time I get a chance to root against the Gators, [I'm] all for it," Brian tells ABC News Radio. "The Dogs are my team that day. No competition on that. We're just excited to go play for our amazing fans on the border in Jacksonville and celebrate our album coming out. It's gonna be nuts."

Cole Swindell is performing with FGL in Jacksonville, but he doesn't have a Halloween costume lined up for the show.

Cole says, "I haven't talked to the guys to see if they're dressing up or what I'm doing. I probably need to get something. Do something. It's Halloween."

If all else fails, Cole says he'll just dress up as himself for Halloween.

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