See Luke Bryan’s Live Debut Of Heartfelt Song ‘Love You, Miss You, Mean It’

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Luke Bryan revealed his newest song, “Love You, Miss You, Mean It,” on Thursday afternoon (February 29) on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage in Downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The debut live performance comes days after stirring anticipation on his social media pages earlier this week.

Bryan posted that he was “counting down the minutes” to February 29 at 12:50 p.m. CT. He’s been stirring anticipation for his forthcoming project, including with the release of a few songs — including “But I Got A Beer In My Hand” and “Southern And Slow” — and titling his headlining tour after a track on the album.

Bryan teamed up with his wife, Caroline Bryan, to announce the “Mind Of A Country Boy Tour,” which kicks off in April with special guests on select dates: Tenille ArtsChayce BeckhamGeorge BirgeKing CalawayDillon CarmichaelLarry FleetHunterGirlElla LangleyTracy LawrenceKameron MarloweChase MatthewMeghan PatrickLily RoseJosh RossAlana SpringsteenZach Top and DJ Rock. Bryan will take the stage at Truist Field in Atlanta, Georgia, and Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, with Bailey Zimmerman, Marlowe and Beckham, and Zimmerman, Lawrence and Beckham, respectively.

Bryan’s upcoming album will add to a lengthy list of career-spanning hits from the Georgia-born country star. Bryan released his debut album, I’ll Stay Me, in 2007. Since then, he’s marked 30 No. 1 singles. Bryan is known for hits like “I Don’t Want This Night To End,” “Drunk On You,” “Crash My Party,” “That’s My Kind Of Night,” “Roller Coaster,” “Play It Again,” “Rain Is A Good Thing,” “One Margarita” and “Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” among many others. Listen to Bryan's debut performance of “Love You, Miss You, Mean It” here:

“Mind Of A Country Boy Tour” Dates

4/17/2024 — Calgary, AB

4/18/2024 — Edmonton, AB

4/24/2024 — Saskatoon, SK

4/25/2024 — Winnipeg, MB

6/13/2024 — Jacksonville, FL

6/14/2024 — Orange Beach, AL

6/15/2024 — Orange Beach, AL

6/21/2024 — Endicott, NY

6/22/2024 — Bristow, VA

6/27/2024 — Grand Rapids, MI

6/28/2024 — Detroit, MI

7/11/2024 — Bethel, NY

7/12/2024 — Cleveland, OH

7/13/2024 — Cincinnati, OH

7/18/2024 — Gilford, NH

7/19/2024 — Gilford, NH

7/26/2024 — Omaha, NE

7/27/2024 — Ridgedale, MO

7/28/2024 — St. Louis, MO

8/1/2024 — Idaho Falls, ID

8/2/2024 — Nampa, ID

8/8/2024 — San Diego, CA

8/9/2024 — Los Angeles, CA

8/10/2024 — San Bernardino, CA

8/15/2024 — Kansas City, MO

8/17/2024 — Atlanta, GA

8/22/2024 — Oklahoma City, OK

8/24/2024 — Des Moines, IA

8/25/2024 — Chicago, IL

9/5/2024 — Somerset, WI

9/7/2024 — Noblesville, IN

9/12/2024 — West Palm Beach, FL

9/14/2024 — Tampa, FL

*Not a Live Nation date

**On sale Feb 16

for full list of opening acts on each show go to

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