Luke Bryan to Play Good Morning America in Central Park

“We’re just super-excited. A big smile is on my face every time I talk about it,” Luke says.

It's a dream gig for Luke Bryan: He's playing July 13 in New York's Central Park as part of the summer concert series for ABC's Good Morning America.

"You know, to be a kid from Leesburg, Georgia, and at some point in my career, life has brought me to where I’m performing on Good Morning America in the heart of New York City in one of the most recognizable places in the world, and I’m just excited. It’s gonna be fun," Luke told reporters.

"A big smile is on my face every time I talk about it."

Luke says country music is a treat for New Yorkers.

"City folks, and certainly any time we’ve ever played this city, they’re like, 'We love coming to see a country act, because we don’t get to see it as much as all of the other music.' So, I love bringing that to New York City, and obviously, I love having it on TV."

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