Luke Bryan Rocks Poison and Sir Mix-A-Lot on Spring Break

Luke throws in a bunch of cover songs while plugging his Spring Break 4 . . . Suntan City EP.

He may be a married 35-year-old father of two, but Luke Bryan still likes to go on spring break, taking a few days off the Jason Aldean tour to hit Panama City Beach, Fla.

Luke hit the Spinnaker Beach Club for two crowded shows, and yes, he played his songs, including those from his new mini-album, Spring Break 4 . . . Suntan City, according to a report from cmt.com. After that, uh, we'll let Luke explain.

"'Here's the deal,'" Bryan explained. "We're gonna play my songs, then we're gonna play whatever the hell we want."

Luke's cover songs included "Fishin' in the Dark" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and "Dixieland Delight" by Alabama. But it wasn't just country covers, cmt.com reports.

Luke also covered spring break classic "Baby Got Back," by the decidely un-country Sir Mix-A-Lot. He even included Cali Swag District's "Teach Me How to Dougie." (No word if Luke knows how to dougie. . . .) Luke closed the show with Poison's "Nothin' but a Good Time."

Luke may have enjoyed an adult beverage or two himself after the show Tuesday (March 13). Early Wednesday morning, Luke tweeted, "Woke up and chugged a gatorade. whew!!!"

A freshly rehydrated Luke jumps back on the Jason Aldean tour Friday (March 16) in Wichita, Kan.

 

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