Luke Bryan Waves #1 on ACC with Kix Brooks

Kix Brooks and ACC are on CISN Country 103.9 Edmonton and Country 105 Calgary Saturday’s 8 am to Noon.

Luke Bryan’s Waves is #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, followed by American Country Countdown.

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan


Waves is a 4-week #1 in Canada on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan


Waves is Luke’s 27th career and 25th Billboard Country Airplay #1.

“I have never taken for granted that I get to make my living doing something that makes me so happy.”

Waves was written by Chase McGill, Ryan Hurd and Zach Crowell.

It’s the 5th single from Luke’s 7th LP Born Here Live Here Die Here, deluxe edition.

“Waves is a song about kids falling in love during the summer and just all the images and everything about how beautiful that summer love is and how the emotions just keep coming in waves. Waves is kind of a play on words, and I fell in love with the song the second I heard it.”

“It’s crazy to know we are five singles deep off the album. The longevity that country radio and my fans have given my career truly means a lot. I have never taken for granted that I get to make my living doing something that makes me so happy. Thank you for this #1 and loving a song about summer love!”

“When it comes down to hearing a great song, or writing a great song and then recording it and it becoming a hit, that’s where it all starts for me. That’s where the enjoyment of this business is so fun. Recording someone else’s song is as gratifying as writing your own that’s a hit, too, because at the end of the day, the fans got something great, and that’s what they deserve. They deserve a song that changes their lives and a song that they can incorporate into their lives.”

Luke Bryan released a tribute song to his brother Chris called Songs You Never Heard. Chris was killed in a car crash when Luke was 19 years old.

Josh Osborne and Luke Laird wrote Songs You Never Heard after watching clips of Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary, a new IMDB docu-series that launched on August 16th.

“My brother was a ginormous country music fan. After we lost him, I couldn’t help but think about all the songs he didn’t get to hear on the radio.”

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