Luke Bryan Plays Fundraiser Show for the Hospital That Helped His Son

Luke said it was a “no brainer” to play for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.

photo by Bev Moser/Campbell Entertainment

Not a whole lotta booty shaking at this show: Luke Bryan played an acoustic set Wednesday night (Oct. 16) for a fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, the Augusta Chronicle reports.

It’s likely no coincidence that this is the same hospital that fixed a stomach condition for Luke’s son Bo when Bo was just five weeks old and couldn’t keep food down.

“I’m so blessed in this business. You’ve got to give it back like it’s been given to you,” he said.

About 200 people showed up for Luke’s songs and the stories behind the songs. The money will go to renovations at a camp where the hospital sends kids to give them a break from long-term treatments.

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