Luke Bryan shared a special duet with a young fan during a recent tour date!
On Friday (Sept. 17), Bryan shared an unforgettable moment with a 9-year-old fan named Jemma at his Miller Family Farms concert in Baltimore, Ohio during his sold-out Farm Tour!
During the reigning ACM Entertainer Of The Year’s performance of his 27th consecutive No. 1 single, “Waves,” Bryan spotted the young female fan, wearing a tank-top, ripped jeans and a white cowboy hat with yellow feathers, and invited her to join him on stage to share a duet of his chart-topping hit.
After Jemma joined him for a few lines of the popular tune, Bryan kneeled down and twirled her twice as he serenaded her.
The country hitmaker and Georgia native also traded hats with the aspiring singer, giving her his baseball cap to wear, while he took her cowboy hat and proudly wore it.
“Oh, you’re good!” Bryan said to the young fan in the midst of her debut performance on the Farm Tour alongside the superstar.
The young fan and Bryan concluded their duet with a hug, before she went back to her front row spot in the crowd.
Luckily, someone caught the memorable moment on video, and Bryan shared the clip late Friday (Sept. 24) evening with the caption, “A natural. She crushed it.”
In the comments of the video, shared by Bryan, his mom, LeClaire, dubbed the moment “absolutely adorable,” before saying, “these kids are amazing.”
Co-written by Zach Crowell, Ryan Hurd and Chase McGill, “Waves” marks Bryan’s 27th No. 1 single and his 5th No. 1 off his latest album, Born Here Live Here Die Here.
Bryan recently wrapped his FARM TOUR 2021, marking his twelfth since 2009, last weekend. The country superstar played six concerts between September 9 and September 18 in harvest fields across six different states. Five of the farms had never-been-played before. The special guest line up for the tour included Dylan Scott, Whitney Duncan, The Peach Pickers and DJ Rock.
Since the popular tour’s inception in 2009, Bryan has granted 66 scholarships to students from farming families who are attending the local college or university near the tour stops.
Additionally, the tour was sponsored by Fendt, TRACKER OFF ROAD, Farmland, American Building Components (ABC™), DISH, Monster and Citi.
Bayer will continue its partnership with Luke to help fight hunger across the United States with the hashtag #HerestotheFarmer to help families in need. The campaign continues through November 30, 2021, and supports Bayer’s vision of Health for All, Hunger for None and asks fans across the United States to share the hashtag #HerestotheFarmer on their social media channels to show their gratitude to America’s farmers. For every share, Bayer will provide one meal* to a person in need through Feeding America ® with the goal of helping to provide 1 million meals.