Luke Bryan’s Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day is not just a song but something that he actually tries to do everyday. Aside from being a chart-topping country music artist, he is also an avid outdoors guy. He even tweeted a picture of him and his two boys in a boat while they were fishing. In fact, the music video of the song used a lot of his home video footage where he was just hunting and fishing with family.
The song was part of his 2015 album Kill The Lights, which earned him his 16th number 1 single and also his 16th consecutive chart topper. It was also nominated in 2017 for the CMT Music Award for Male Video of the Year and CMT Music Award for Video of the Year.
His 2017 tour was also named after the hit song. As Luke Bryan said in an interview, when you name a tour Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day, people know that they’re in for a fun night. He headlined five arena tours over the course of ten years and for the first leg of this tour, he sold out two nights at Nashville’s Bridgestone arena.
This was a nerve-wracking move for most artists to play a hometown show and they would normally save Nashville at the end or at least in the middle. But Bryan did not really think much of the added nerve. For him, he would just get up there and make it happen. It was just a crazy and super exciting moment for him, and he had big-time love for touring and performing.
Aside from song and tour, he also had a clothing line sponsored by Cabela dubbed HFE, which he also used in his social media posts at the time. It was an outdoor clothing line that featured items that you can wear on the lake or in the woods.
Luke Bryan’s Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day was such an important song for his career, and it said so many things about who he was as a person. Bryan also mentioned that when you hear the title, it simply set the fun mood, and it was just a lifestyle for him. Listen to the song below and make sure you also browse through other Luke Bryan songs. You won’t regret it.
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