Between touring with Jason Aldean and promoting his multi-week No. 1 single 'Drunk on You', Luke Bryan is in the midst of a seriously busy summer. But that's not going to stop the award-winning country star from stepping onstage in Central Park on Friday (July 13) to play a set for the 'Good Morning America' Summer Concert Series.

Bryan's bang-up summer has also included 'Drunk on You' achieving platinum status, winning the Male Video of the Year Award at the CMT Awards and -- unfortunately -- making headlines for having his (and his wife's!) identity stolen via Facebook. Still, the hitmaker is extremely humble about making time for his fans -- especially when that means having his name in lights in Central Park.

“I have a big smile on my face every time I talk about being on 'Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series. Life’s good," Bryan said, according to the Country Music News Blog. "To be a kid from Leesburg, Georgia, and to now be at the point in my career where I’m performing on 'Good Morning America' in the heart of New York City at one of the most recognizable places in the world makes me super excited. It’s gonna be fun.”

Bryan is squeezing the 'GMA' performance in between shows opening Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party Tour. For now, it looks like the singer will be on the road practically without ceasing until the end of October. But fans who are craving more live Luke Bryan performances will have a chance to see the 'I Don't Want This Night to End' singer again in 2013 when he headlines his own tour.

Until then, be sure to tune in to catch Bryan live on 'Good Morning America' on Friday, July 13, between 7 and 9AM ET on ABC.