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Farm Tour…Here’s To The Farmer

Luke Bryan

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Billboard 200 - #4, 2016

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1
I Do All My Dreamin’ There
Luke Bryan
3:40
2
Here's To The Farmer
Luke Bryan
3:32
3
Love Me In A Field
Luke Bryan
2:58
4
You Look Like Rain
Luke Bryan
3:55
5
Southern Gentleman
Luke Bryan
3:25
Total Playing Time    17:30
"... one of his most entertaining (releases) in quite a while. With the emphasis on agriculture settings, the instrumentation is a little bit more traditional country based and Bryan sounds like he is in his element ... I kind of dig hearing the singer in a little more of a traditional setting. It makes for a little bit different appreciation of an artist, and shows another side of what he can do."
- Sounds Like Nashville

Luke Bryan's five-track EP Farm Tour coincides with his eighth annual charity Farm Tour through small farming communities in rural America in October 2016. One of the goals of the tour is to raise money for college scholarships for students in each community.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Row Crop Records Studio Masters

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