SEATTLE, Aug. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Luke Bryan's follow-up single from his GOLD-certified album, Doin' My Thing already has country girls (and guys) shaking it, but the entire tailgates & tanlines album is streaming only on Rhapsody. The release will go on sale to the general public next Tuesday, August 9.
"I'm very proud of this record, and am excited to give my fans on Rhapsody the chance to hear it early," said Bryan. "I've worked hard to make tailgates & tanlines something my fans will be fired up about and hopefully I'll gain some new ones along the way."
The new album contains eight songs co-penned by Bryan, including his current Top 10 hit single, "Country Girl (Shake It For Me)." The song is the debut single from the album, and is the fastest rising single of his career. It debuted as a #1 country digital single with sales of nearly 106,000 its first week and is fast approaching one million in sales.
tailgates & tanlines is the follow-up to Bryan's GOLD-certified album Doin' My Thing, which produced three back-to-back number-one singles: "Do I," "Rain Is A Good Thing" and "Someone Else Calling You Baby."
"Luke Bryan makes me wish I owned a truck, which is the greatest compliment you can pay a country artist these days," said Rob Harvilla, senior managing editor, Rhapsody. "His upbeat songs are legitimately infectious, his sad songs are legitimately crushing, and he's a master at getting you to shake it even if you are not, in fact, a country girl. tailgates & tanlines is a killer summer record, and this exclusive makes it feel like we get an extra week of summer this year. Enjoy."
Rhapsody's editorial team has compiled some top-notch Luke Bryan content, including a comprehensive review of tailgates & tanlines and "Best of Luke Bryan" playlist to accompany the leak. More can be found here: http://www.rhapsody.com/blog/#/2011/08/tailgates
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