Luke Bryan, Young Fan; Photos Courtesy of TikTok
Luke Bryan, Young Fan; Photos Courtesy of TikTok

WATCH: Luke Bryan & His “Biggest Fan” Sing Duet & Show Off Their Booty Shaking Dance Moves

Luke Bryan and a young fan, who calls himself one of Bryan’s biggest fans, shared the stage for a duet and showed off their booty shaking dance moves during a recent concert.

One of the special things about live concerts is anything can happen. And when something does, that’s extra sweet, people can’t help but talk about it days later.

One of those moments occurred during Luke Bryan’s show on Thursday (Oct 27) night at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, as part of his headlining Raised Up Right Tour.

During Bryan’s headlining set in The Palmetto State, the country music superstar and five-time Entertainer of the Year invited a young boy to join him onstage for an unforgettable performance of his 2010 smash, “Rain Is A Good Thing.”

A video posted to TikTok shows that the two made it rain with their on-the-fly dance moves. But it was the child’s personality that truly stole the show.

Watch Luke Bryan & Young Fan Sing And Dance Together Below.


@lukebryan you the man for this #raiseduprighttour #greenvillesc #yeahthatgreenville #lukebryan

♬ original sound – Michael Ramirez

The adorable adolescent showed off his confidence while dressed in a shirt that displayed the words, “I’m Your Biggest Fan Luke,” spread across the back. He also sported a ball cap just like his hero, Bryan. Together, the two launched into the tune with the youngster taking the lead, proving he knew all of the words to the hit.

We hunt our hunnies down, we take them into town / Start washing all our worries down the drain / Rain is a good thing,” the boy sang the hook of the song while Bryan, on bended knee, assisted in holding the microphone near the kid’s voice box.

Afterward, Bryan played a little mentor role, teaching the boy some of his signature dance moves. First, the American Idol judge rolled his hips and motioned the child to mimic his smooth moves, to which the kid obliged. From there, Bryan had the two turn around and shake their hips to a roaring audience that just couldn’t get enough of the entertainment. The hilarious kid even incorporated some of his choreography into the routine before launching into the chorus of the song.

Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey / Whiskey makes my baby,” the child sang the chorus, pausing to insert a memorable laugh to match the recorded version of the track. “Feel a little frisky / Back roads are bogging up, my buddies pile up in my truck / We hunt our hunnies down, we take them into town /Start washing all our worries down the drain / Rain is a good thing.”

A Moment The Young Fan Will Never Forget

After the fan/country star duet, Bryan and his new buddy took a moment to flex their muscles and hyped-up the crowd once more by jumping along to a drum beat.

“You better get him, dad. You better get him,” Bryan joked as he led the little guy back to his parents.

“@lukebryan you the man for this #raiseduprighttour #greenvillesc #yeahthatgreenville #lukebryan,” the caption reads beneath the fan video.

Bryan later took to his personal Facebook page to share photos from the incredible moment.

“I get by with a little help from my friends #RaisedUpRightTour,” he captioned alongside pictures that show him and his new buddy onstage.

“Rain Is A Good Thing,” written with Dallas Davidson, appears on Bryan’s album, Doin’ My Thing. The uptempo track is a fun-loving tune that describes all of the reasons to appreciate a rainstorm. Some of those positive forces include rain’s ability to grow corn, which then provides an opportunity to make whiskey, which then makes people “feel a little frisky.”

Bryan’s Raised Up Right Tour with special guest Riley Green, Mitchell Tenpenny, and DJ Rock began its Amphitheatre run of shows on Oct. 1. Those shows will wrap on Nov. 5, before Bryan returns to Las Vegas for his residency at the Resorts World Theatre.

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