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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 05/05/2021

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Luke Bryan stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” yesterday to share some big news. Luke is set to star in a new docuseries, “Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary,” for IMDB TV. The series will share behind-the-scenes footage of Luke’s life at home and on the road, including all the challenges he’s faced over the years. “It’s been a tough year for everybody,” Luke says, “and if people see my challenges and the things I’ve kind of had to go through in life, maybe it’ll inspire some people, certainly in these times, to dust themselves off and keep rocking.” During his appearance, Luke also touched upon the recent “scandal” regarding the speculation that he was the father of Maren Morris’ baby boy Hayes. As we told you, it all started when “The Sun” mistakenly identified Luke as the father instead of singer Ryan Hurd. “So, I'm having coffee, and my mother calls me and she goes, 'I'm sitting here reading some gossip thing … It says you fathered Maren Morris' child,’” Luke shared. “I go, 'Oh my gosh. I do not need this today.’” He added that he texted Ryan, who wrote Luke’s new song “Waves,” and told him, “‘Buddy, I think we need to talk.’” He also insisted to Ellen, “I am not the father. We can call Maury Povich or however y’all want to go about it.”

The 2021 Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week will wrap this year with a concert featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd and Brad Paisley. The two artists are set to headline the “2021 Concert for Legends,” taking place August 9that the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Tickets for the concert go on sale Friday. Previous artists to headline the Concert For Legends include Aerosmith, Tim McGraw, Kid Rock, Maroon 5, Imagine Dragons and more. This year’s Football Hall of Fame class includes quarterback Peyton Manning(a good friend of Paisley’s), guard Alan Faneca, coach Tom Flores, wide receiver Calvin Johnson, safety John Lynch, contributor Bill Nunn, wide receiver Drew Pearson, and cornerback/safety Charles Woodson.


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