Has he played music for the baby in the womb? Is Luke hoping his baby boy is a sports fanatic? What's an embarrassing moment on stage with Darius Rucker? We cover it all.
Luke is heading out for the summer on his massive, first stadium tour with Cody Johnson, Zach Bryan, and Morgan Wade (Georgia girl). He's also playing Stagecoach and CMA fest in the next few months. PLUS.... oh yeah... he's gonna be a Daddy anytime now.
Otis got a chance to sit down and discuss how he's feeling as a new daddy-to-be. He says he just wants to let his son be "a little ball of Tofu and soak up anything he's interested in." As far as playing music for his unborn son, Luke say, "I haven't yet.... If Nicole and I get a moment at home on the couch, It's a rare moment." He is really looking forward to seeing what his son does but only has one hope and that's "the sports will be involved. If he doesn't like sports he's going to."
June 4th the album comes out called "Growin' Up". He says "There are some different song. It's gonna be fun. I'm just really looking forward to what people are going to think about it and what songs people will gravitate towards".
The latest release he put on his social media is called "Tomorrow Me".
With 10 straight #1 singles and massively successful platinum albums under his belt, as well as, an Entertainer Of The Year award, It isn't all roses for Luke. He does trip sometimes and have an embarrassing moment or two. He said "When I first started playing The Ryman and The Opry.... things would just sort of happen as an accident. I think I played like two shows with my fly down the whole time." He also had a bad fail with Darius Rucker's band when he played his benefit. The band asked him the "do you play Hurricane in the same key as the record and .... we don't I found out." He got anxious when they started to play and his guitar was completely out of key.
With the album called "Growin' Up", I wanted to find out how he's grown up in his career. We played a game where he had to answer the question as young Luke and grown Luke. Check it out: