The song is Bryan's third consecutive airplay No. 1 from his forthcoming album 'Born Here Live Here Die Here.'
The country star debuted the emotional ballad for Father’s Day, ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’.
The three-hour special will feature more than 25 performances from past CMA Fests, including those by Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood and Tim McGraw.
The album had been scheduled by Capitol Nashville for 24 April. It will now be out on 7 August with the tour starting on 10 July.
The album, Bryan's seventh studio release, was produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens.
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There are Christmas songs… and then there are the best Christmas country songs, as featured on the Country Christmas playlist, reliable as the Opry itself.
The single is the follow-up to the April release 'Knockin' Boots,' which became Bryan's 23rd career No. 1.
The platinum-selling album contained Bryan's first two No. 1 country hits.
Bryan is the 15th artist to achieve as many as 28 airplay top ten hits, a list headed by George Strait with 61.
Rising Nashville star Jon Langston plays tribute to one of his musical heroes with his cover of Alan Jackson’s 90s hit single ‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox’.
The superstar trio will again be the show's judging panel in 2019, alongside host Ryan Seacrest.
Jason Aldean, Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert and many more are also shortlisted for the 53rd ACM Awards, to be staged in April 2019.
Bryan, Thomas Rhett and Luke Combs will headline the event at Riviera Maya in Mexico from 23-26 January.
The country superstar launches the new label with Georgia native Langston as its first acquisition.