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"Any chance I have to continue to go to spring break, I'm always going to take that opportunity," the 'Drunk On You' singer notes. "I feel like we get better and better at it every year, and this certainly feels like the best one yet."
Luke will celebrate the new music with shows on March 13 and 14 in Panama City, Fla. In addition to the tracks on the new EP, the married father of two will also undoubtedly perform several of his recent hits while in Florida, including his latest chart-topper, 'I Don't Want This Night to End.'
"I thought 'Country Girl (Shake It For Me)' was going to be hard to beat in my shows," he admits, "but watching over 16,000 people jumping with their hands in the air last night just blew me away. Thank you to radio and the country music fans for continuing to let me have fun with my music. I'm having a blast!"
Luke will have to squeeze his spring break in between his job as opening act on Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party tour, which heads to Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa this week. See his complete schedule here.