Luke Bryan; Courtesy of YouTube
Luke Bryan; Courtesy of YouTube

Luke Bryan Reveals His Favorite Concert, First Concert, A Song He Wish He Wrote And More — WATCH

Luke Bryan appeared Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Friday (Aug. 11) to share his favorite musical moments with Andy Cohen including his favorite concert, a song he wishes was his, his goto karaoke song and more.

Some of the country superstar’s answers may surprise, cause I would’ve never expected Bryan’s favorite concert ever to have been the Grammy-Award winning rock band, Metallica.

Cohen asked Bryan what the best concert he has ever been to was and he quickly replied saying “Metallica.”

“I love it,” replied Cohen before asking what his first concert was.

“My first concert was Jerry Lee Lewis,” said Bryan. “Wow, that’s a good one,” replied Andy Cohen.

The late-night talk show host even got Bryan to reveal his goto Karaoke song and the song that was he and his wife, Caroline, first dance but Bryan couldn’t remember their first dance so instead he revealed their favorite song together.

“Gosh, I can’t remember but our favorite song is Lenny Kravitz, I just can’t get you off of my mind.” said Bryan.

Bryan then revealed that his goto karaoke song is fellow American Idol judge, Lionel Richie.

“My goto is ‘All Night Long,’ by Lionel Richie,” said Bryan.

Another shocker was when Bryan unveiled a song that he wished he had written, in which he said Jason Aldean’s “Big Green Tractor.”

Additionally, did you know that the band Alabama made Luke Bryan want to become a musician? Because he told Cohen that as well.

Bryan recently released his seventh studio album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, which includes the singles “Knockin’ Boots,” “What She Wants Tonight,” and his 25th No. 1 single “One Margarita”. The No. 1 album is available to stream and buy now, HERE.

The superstar also was recently confirmed to return to American Idol as a judge alongside Katy Perry and Lionel Richie.

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