Luke Bryan kicked off his Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day Tour with two back-to-back sold out shows in Nashville. Naturally, the superstar brought out a few friends on both nights.
Bryan packed Bridgetsone Arena on May 5 and May 6. On Friday, he brought out Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild to sing their hit duet "Home Alone Tonight." And then, of course, she sang the obligatory "Girl Crush" (which, let's be real, was the best song that arena heard all night).
Then, on Saturday, Bryan's buddy Cole Swindell came out to sing "Roller Coaster" and "This Is How We Roll" with him. Also No. 1 hits, Swindell actually co-wrote those tunes, so the performance was extra special for him.
And last but certainly not least, Carrie Underwood showed up to sing "Play It Again" and "I Told You So." Underwood sported a Nashville Predators shirt and handed Bryan a Predators hat, repping her local hometown hockey team making an incredible run in the playoffs.
In fact, the next day Underwood watched husband Mike Fisher lead the Predators into the next round of the playoffs in that very same arena.
Now Bryan takes his massive tour across the rest of the country. He is set to perform nearly 60 concerts through October, including multiple evenings in certain cities, such as Atlanta and Anchorage, Alaska.
Bryan also recently released a music video for his new single "Fast," which also comes from the Kill The Lights album. Though he released it all the way back in August 2015, the album has insane longevity. With six singles, Kill The Lights made history as the first album to chart six No. 1 singles on the country charts.
Earlier in the year, Bryan became the first country artist with two albums that charted five No. 1 singles apiece. Needless to say, Bryan's bro country train isn't slowing down any time soon.