Luke Bryan, ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End’ – Song Review
Luke_Bryan_Cover_Album_2011The second single from Luke Bryan‘s ‘Tailgates and Tanlines’ album doesn’t burrow into one’s brain quite as quickly as ‘Country Girl (Shake It for Me),’ but it ends up digging a little deeper than the fun club song. ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End’ — which will reportedly be Bryan’s next release, according to a piece published on The Boot — is his story of a first date gone right. It’s still catchy, but it also pushes anyone in a happy relationship to think of that first stolen kiss.

“Girl, I know I don’t know you / But your pretty little eyes so blue / Are pulling me in / Like the moon on your skin / I’m so glad you trusted me, just slide up on this dusty seat / And let your hair down / And get outta town,” Bryan sings to start the song. The singer has been married for nearly five years, but he’s still able to recall the anxiety of that first date as if it happened last night.

Even after one listen, the chorus is pretty memorable. “You got your hands up / You’re rocking in my truck / You got the radio on / You’re singing every song / I’m set on cruise control / I’m slowly losing hold / Of everything I got / You’re looking so damn hot / And I don’t know what road we’re on or where we’ve been / From staring at you / Girl, all I know is I don’t want this night to end.”

Colt Ford & Friends Raise Over $85,000 for Families of Police Officers
GACColt Ford and a few of his friends raised over $85,000 during a benefit show at the Georgia Theater on August 16. Colt, Rhett Akins, Jason Aldean, Dallas Davidson, Mike Dekle, Edwin McCain, James Otto, and surprise guestsBrantley Gilbert, Rachel Farley, and Corey Smith came together during the ‘Colt Ford and Friends’ concert that raised funds for families of fallen Senior Officer Elmer “Buddy” Christian and wounded Senior Officer Tony Howard.

‘Colt Ford and Friends’ brought more than 200 people to a private reception and silent auction at the Hotel Indigo’s Rialto Room for a pre-show celebration. 1,100 fans filled the Georgia Theatre later on for an evening featuring the artists ‘in the round’ with Colt’s band backing them. The concert came about after Colt learned of the shooting in his community earlier this year that left his high school friend, Senior Officer Howard, injured and resulted in the death of Senior Officer Christian. Colt organized the fundraiser in less than a month.


Dave Barnes, Dallas Davidson headline ‘Stars for Second Harvest’ at Ryman
Dave Barnes and popular country songwriter Dallas Davidson are set to headline the 7th annual Stars For Second Harvest benefit concert 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18 at Ryman Auditorium.

Hosted by hit songwriter Craig Wiseman, the acoustic concert has raised $389,032, which provided 1,556,128 meals to hungry locals in the last six years.

“I am honored to be involved with Second Harvest,” Wiseman said in a statement. “They are one of the best charities I have ever been involved with. I’m excited for this year’s lineup … it's going to be a great night.”

Tickets are $35 and go on sale Friday through Ticketmaster or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

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