Four-time Entertainer of the Year and American Idol judge Luke Bryan releases a new music video today for “Most People Are Good,” directed by Wes Edwards. Entertainment Weekly exclusively premiered the video today – watch it HERE
“Most People Are Good” is Luke’s second single from his What Makes You Country album that debuted at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 and Top Country Albums charts last December and is now available for the first time on vinyl. The poignant “Most People Are Good” single, written by David Frasier, Ed Hill and Josh Kear, landed on Billboard’s 2017 Reader’s List claiming it “is a veer in the road (for Luke): an inspiring, positive-message song with a heartfelt vocal. At a time when the world is not such a positive place it’s, well, just in time.” RollingStone says “Most People Are Good” is “sincere” and is an “uplifting song, a gentle argument for all that’s right in the world.”
After his media junket in New York City last week to promote the Sunday night premiere of American Idol on ABC and playing three concerts on his “What Makes You Country Tour,” Luke is now in Australia for his first-ever concerts down under. His touring year will conclude this fall after headlining concerts across North America including some of the biggest and best sports stadiums in Toronto, New York City, Cincinnati, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Boston, Minneapolis, Los Angeles (the first country concert to ever be held in Dodgers Stadium), Denver, St. Louis, Chicago, Vancouver and wrapping the tour in Detroit at Ford Field on October 26.
About Luke Bryan
Country music superstar Luke Bryan is a two-time Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year and a five-time host of the ACM Awards. Luke has more certified digital singles than any other country artist with 40 million tracks and 12 million albums with three Billion music streams and he was the most-streamed country artist from 2012 to 2016. Luke has placed 19 singles at #1, 11 of which he co-wrote, and has headlined arena tours and sold-out stadiums across the U.S. and performed for 1.5 Million fans in 2017.