LUKE BRYAN’S TOUR GARNERS NOMINATION ALONGSIDE BEYONCE & JAY-Z AND JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE AT THE TEEN CHOICE AWARDS
A second wave of nominations were announced today for the upcoming Teen Choice Awards and superstar Luke Bryan received an additional four nods. Luke’s hot-selling “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” was nominated for Choice Summer Tour along with Beyonce and Jay-Z’s "On The Run Tour,” Justin Timberlake’s "The 20/20 Experience World Tour," Katy Perry’s "The Prismatic World Tour" and "Where We Are Tour" with One Direction.
Luke also received a nomination as Choice Summer Music Star: Male. Others artists in the category include Jason Derulo, John Legend, Sam Smith and Pharrell William. Luke also garnered two nods in the Country Choice Song category for "Play It Again," and "This Is How We Roll" with Florida Georgia Line. Luke’s previously announced Choice Male Country Artist nomination brings his total to five. The Teen Choice Awards air August 10 on FOX.
Luke Bryan has quickly become one of Nashville’s most sought after entertainers. His “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” is currently playing across the US and Canada, selling out all concerts to date and features his first-ever stadium shows as well as two sold-out Madison Square Garden concerts. The “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” is the follow up to his 2013 tour which played before 1.3 million fans. The two-time Academy of Country Music Awards co-host, who received the 2013 ACM Entertainer of The Year honor, recently celebrated his tenth No. 1 single with “Play It Again.” The song became his fourth consecutive No. 1 single from the Double Platinum selling Crash My Party album. Luke also made Billboard chart history by reaching the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart with “Play It Again” and “This Is How We Roll” with Florida Georgia Line claiming the No. 2 spot. He became the first artist to ever hold the two top positions since the chart began in 1990. Since the debut of Luke’s first album in 2007, he has sold 6.4 million albums, 25 million digital tracks and 300,000 Spring Break EP’s.