Luke Bryan breaks 'Good Morning America' attendance record
With #LukeBryanOnGMA trending No. 1 worldwide before and after the show, Luke Bryan stopped by Central Park on Friday to perform on ABC's "Good Morning America."
Luke's set became the largest attended show of the summer during "GMA's Summer Concert Series," with fans lining up at 2 p.m. one day prior to snag a spot.
#LukeBryanOnGMA is our biggest concert yet!— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 8, 2014
Besides promoting his latest single, "Roller Coaster," currently at No. 15 Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, while in New York Luke also filmed a scene to be used later on ABC's "Nashville" with star Connie Britton. "GMA's" own Amy Robach was also featured in the scene, which airs on Oct. 1.
Luke resumes his That's My Kind of Night Tour at Boston's Gillette Stadium on Aug. 10.
"His June concert in Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field made history by setting an all-time country record for sold tickets with more than 50,000 fans in attendance," details a recent press announcement.