Luke Bryan Brings Dustin Lynch Along to ‘Kill the Lights’ in Connecticut [Pictures]
Luke Bryan‘s Kill the Lights Tour is still going strong, and on Feb. 26, the booty-shaking country singer brought that tour to Uncasville, Ct. He rocked the stage (and his hips) in front of a huge crowd, along with Dustin Lynch.
Bryan and Lynch played not one, but two shows at Mohegan Sun. The “Mind Reader” singer took the stage first in his signature wide cowboy hat and a graphic tee. Lynch played “Hell of a Night,” “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep)” and several more of his hits to an engaged audience.
When Bryan took the stage, the crowd erupted, and he was sure to thank them for his success. The ever-humble star sang older songs like “Rain Is a Good Thing” before bringing out a cooler of beer to throw cold ones to fans. Bryan invited Lynch to join him for an older classic, Brooks and Dunn‘s “Play Something Country,” while everyone — really, the full crowd — sang along.
Bryan brought things down a notch with “Drink a Beer” (while he did, indeed, drink a beer) while he remembered his friend Sam Beall, who was recently killed in a skiing accident. The singer asked the audience to also drink one with him in remembrance.
To close out the evening, Bryan sang the fun “I Don’t Want This Night to End.” The gallery above shows all the highlights from the Kill the Lights Tour stop in Ct, including a few of Bryan shaking it!
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