Luke Bryan & 10-Year-Old Fan Brandon; Photo Courtesy of Madeleine Santoro
Luke Bryan & 10-Year-Old Fan Brandon; Photo Courtesy of Madeleine Santoro

Luke Bryan Sings Two Duets With 10-Year-Old Fan In Vegas, Fan Says It Was A “Dream Come True”

A 10-year-old fan hit the jackpot during Luke Bryan’s Las Vegas Residency at Resorts World Theatre on Sunday (Sept. 4) when the country superstar spotted the young fan named Brandon in the crowd singing along to every song, prompting Luke to call him up on stage to perform two duets with him.

Brandon, an avid fan of Luke, was brought on stage in the midst of Luke’s electrifying Sin City concert while the five-time Entertainer Of The Year performed his chart-topping hit, “Someone Else Calling You Baby,” from his 2009 album, Doin’ My Thing. He concluded his performance of the tune, by passing the microphone to the young fan to sing the final lyrics of the song: “Is someone else calling you baby?”

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Luke Bryan & The Young Fan Also Performed A Duet Of “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”

The unforgettable experience didn’t stop there as the 32 Bridge owner invited the longtime fan from Whittier, California, to join him on stage to perform a second song with him.

Luke and Brandon then performed “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye,” a track co-written by Luke Bryan alongside Jeff Stevens and Shane McAnally. The song, which was released in August of 2012, served as the fourth and final single from Bryan’s third studio album, Tailgates & Tanlines.

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@LukeBryan and a 10-year-old fan named Brandon shared an unforgettable moment during his Las Vegas residency on Sunday (Sept. 4) when they sang a two-song duet together. #LukeBryan

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Upon joining Luke on stage, the fan was all smiles as he belted out every lyric of the Georgia native’s 6th number-one single.

Luke sang the opening verse, “All we do right is make love / And we both know now that ain’t enough,” before letting Brandon take the lead on the next verse. The pair then joined forces to sing the chorus together, “Ain’t gonna beg you to stay / God I ask you what’s wrong / Ain’t no reason running after something already gone / Take off your leaving dress / Let’s do what we do best / I guess everybody’s got their way of moving on / Girl rest your head one more time in my bed / Love me like you loved me when you loved me / And you didn’t have to try / Let’s lay down tonight / And kiss tomorrow goodbye.”

“Give it up for this boy right here,” Luke said before gifting the young fan his baseball cap.

Following the show, Brandon’s mother Madeleine Santoro took to social media to gush over the unforgettable experience the country hitmaker offered her son.

“Thank you, @lukebryan, for making Brandon’s dream come true last night!” the fifth grader’s mother wrote. “He has been a fan since he was 2 and the first song he learned was ‘Someone Else Calling You Baby’ and that was the song he got to sing with you.💙”

She concluded the post graciously thanking Bryan for the memorable moment.

“Thank you for giving us a memory to last a lifetime. I know he will never forget this,” Santoro added alongside the hashtags: #lukebryan #vegasresidency2022 #brandonlivinghisbestlife❤️ #brandongottosingwithlukebryan.

10-Year-Old Brandon Said The Experience Was A Dream Come True

On Monday evening (Sept. 5), Music Mayhem sat down with Brandon and his mother Madeleine to chat about their experience at Luke’s concert.

“It was a dream of mine since I was 2 years old. I was kinda nervous when I was up there but more excited and I couldn’t believe I was up there,” Brandon told us of the experience. 

“I was so excited for him, Luke is his favorite singer and he has been singing his songs since he was 2 and to have the opportunity to sing with him on stage is something I couldn’t imagine happening,” the 10-year-old fan’s mother added. “I’m glad to share that memory with him that he will remember forever.”

The “Country On” singer kicked off his much-anticipated Las Vegas residency, dubbed Luke Bryan: Vegas, on February 12, 2022, at Resorts World Theatre inside Resorts World Las Vegas casino.

Bryan’s concert on Sunday evening (Sept. 4) marked the final date of the first half of his Las Vegas residency, which will return to the multi-level, state-of-the-art 5,000-capacity theatre on November 30 and continue through December 10. For a full list of Luke Bryan’s upcoming Vegas residency dates click HERE.

In the meantime, Fans can catch Luke Bryan on his Raised Up Right Tour while they await his return to Sin City later this fall.

The trek, which kicked off on June 9 in Charleston, West Virginia, also features support from Riley Green and Mitchell Tenpenny and continues through October 28, where it will wrap up in Jacksonville, Florida. Tickets for Luke Bryan’s Raised Up Right Tour can be found HERE.
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“My favorite place to be is on stage performing to country music fans,” Bryan previously shared. “So thankful every night when I walk out on that stage and know you are there to have a blast along beside me. It never gets old!”

Bryan’s next scheduled tour date is September 8 at T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, MO.

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