Every country kid with a fishing pole and a dream has wanted to grow up to be Bill Dance. Luke Bryan captured that in song. It comes out tomorrow on October 7 and the sample that Bryan just teased has us so ready to hear the full song.
Not to mention the video looks like it’s going to be great! In the short clip that the country artist teased, Bryan and his song are joined by Dance.
“Cause all I ever wanted to be, was Bill Dance/Fishin’ for a livin’, Saturday mornin’ on television/A Georgia boy learnin’ how to hook big bass from a largemouth legend in a Tennesse hat.“
This song is going to be a birthday present for the fishing legend, Dance.
The caption read, “We’ve got a fun birthday present for the legendary @bill_dance coming out tomorrow at 6pm CT.”
For the last 60 years, Bill Dance has entertained generations of fishing enthusiasts. His shows have taught and educated folks on fishing, and Luke Bryan wants to celebrate that legacy. Of course, his signature Tennessee hat is seen many times in the teaser video.
He even fits Bryan’s son with one and plops a hat on the Georgia native’s head too. The whole thing looks like it was great fun to film. Surely, the three of them got on a boat and caught some fish while they were hanging out. Bryan is an avid fisher and hunter.
Luke Bryan Hopes to Make History with New Single
This year, Luke Bryan released Born Here Live Here Die Here and so far, the album has been an absolute success. With five singles so far, all of which have reached No.1 on the charts, this sixth single could be history-making. He would become the first country music artist to have two albums with six No.1 singles.
That would be quite the feat. Waves, Down To One, One Margarita, Knockin’ Boots, and What She Wants Tonight are the five chart-toppers so far. Up is well on its way to reaching the top of the charts as well when it is released as a single on October 11th. He has performed the song on Good Morning America already.
Luke Bryan is no stranger to making history. He is set to have a great October. Up and the Bill Dance song should gives fans plenty to put on repeat at the next bonfire. He just knows how to write a country song and then give it just what it needs. He has his style and has taken his songs to the top of the country charts time and time again.