Luke Bryan’s Summer Reading List Includes ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
A typical interview includes questions about new music, a new tour and in Luke Bryan's case, his wife and kids. But CMT recently chatted with Bryan, and asked a few questions fans really want to know but journalists are usually too proud ask. It sounds like the 'Country Girl' singer enjoys a mix of video games and classic literature in his time away from Tim McGraw's Emotional Traffic Tour.
"Do y'all have Tim Horton's?" Bryan inquired when CMT asked what his favorite food is. "They make these donuts that are just massive. They make Krispy Kremes seem like nothing. There's no comparison, They're just better and cakier." It's the perfect food for sitting around playing his current favorite video game, 'Call of Duty.' "We're zombie killing," he says.
Bryan just finished reading 'A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier' by Ishmael Beah, and has the classic book by Harper Lee lined up next. "I never read 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' so I'm gonna start on that next. It's
in my bunk. I got my iPad, and I'm trying to buy books on that, but I kind of like a book. At the end of my life, when I'm old, I want to have all these shelves full of books. So I'm just gonna do the book thing."
Bryan will be in Camden, N.J. and Boston this weekend for shows with Tim McGraw.
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