Luke Bryan Is Ready to Hear His Fans Sing Along with “I See You”

Image Courtesy ABC/Dick Clark ProductionsLuke Bryan launches the 2015 leg of his That's My Kind of Night tour next week, and his latest #1 hit, "I See You," will be featured in the set list. In fact, Luke recorded the song with his concert crowds in mind.

He says, "I just loved the intensity of how edgy the song is. I had never went that far with almost kind of a rock feel, and I just felt like it was a hit."

Fan reaction to the song has been huge, which is what Luke was hoping for when he released "I See You" as the sixth and final single from his album, Crash My Party.

"I just really wanted to get it in the hands of my fans," Luke says. "And now I’m excited to see how it does on the road."

Luke has more new music coming out soon. He'll release his final Spring Break album, titled Checkin' Out on March 10.

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Cole Swindell Honored at CMA Triple Play Awards for Songwriting Success

Image Courtesy CMACole Swindell was the only performing artist among the 14 songwriters honored at the CMA Triple Play Awards Tuesday in Nashville. The annual luncheon recognizes writers who have penned three or more #1 country hits in a 12-month period. Cole hit that milestone with his own recordings, "Chillin' It" and "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," as well as the Thomas Rhett hit he co-wrote, "Get Me Some of That."

While accepting his trophy, Cole said singing his own compositions on stage is something he's dreamed of doing for a long time.

"This is where I love to be," he continued, "and whether you've influenced me to move to this town or kept 'em from kicking me out, thank you so much! I hope I get to do this forever."

Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott, Hunter Hayes and Chris Young are among the previous recipients of the CMA Triple Play Award.

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Cole Swindell Honored at CMA Triple Play Awards for Songwriting Success

Image Courtesy CMACole Swindell was the only performing artist among the 14 songwriters honored at the CMA Triple Play Awards Tuesday in Nashville. The annual luncheon recognizes writers who have penned three or more #1 country hits in a 12-month period. Cole hit that milestone with his own recordings, "Chillin' It" and "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," as well as the Thomas Rhett hit he co-wrote, "Get Me Some of That."

While accepting his trophy, Cole said singing his own compositions on stage is something he's dreamed of doing for a long time.

"This is where I love to be," he continued, "and whether you've influenced me to move to this town or kept 'em from kicking me out, thank you so much! I hope I get to do this forever."

Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott, Hunter Hayes and Chris Young are among the previous recipients of the CMA Triple Play Award.

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Garth Brooks Sells More Than 100,000 Tickets for This Weekend’s Shows in Pittsburgh

Image Courtesy Country Music Hall of FameGarth Brooks has already sold more than 100,000 for his upcoming six concerts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which start Thursday night and run through Sunday. Even though he's beat his previous ticket sales record from his 1997 run of shows in Pittsburgh, tickets are still available for all six of this weekend's shows at Ticketmaster.com/GarthBrooks.

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Garth Brooks Sells More Than 100,000 Tickets for This Weekend’s Shows in Pittsburgh

Image Courtesy Country Music Hall of FameGarth Brooks has already sold more than 100,000 for his upcoming six concerts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which start Thursday night and run through Sunday. Even though he's beat his previous ticket sales record from his 1997 run of shows in Pittsburgh, tickets are still available for all six of this weekend's shows at Ticketmaster.com/GarthBrooks.

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Miranda Lambert Sharing Her Grammy Awards Experience with Fans in a Personal Way

Image Courtesy Sony Music NashvilleMiranda Lambert is sending personal photos from this Sunday's Grammy Awards to fans who sign up at TextMiranda.com. Miranda is set to perform on the show, where she's up for four trophies including Best Country Album for Platinum. Fans will receive the photos after they take a photo or screenshot of Miranda's "Little Red Wagon" single cover and text it to Miranda@PicFly.me.

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will broadcast live Sunday night at 8 ET on CBS.

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