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"The Spinnaker and Farm tours are therapy for me," he explained to The Boot and other reporters at a recent media event. "As long as my voice feels good, I don't care where I'm doing a show. As long as there's a little fishing pond down the road from my show, and if I want to get away and go throw my fishing rod and try to catch a fish once a week, or go ride in my Bronco ..."
The Georgia native, whose debut album, I'll Stay Me was released in 2007, spent a lot of years trying to make it in the music business. For that reason, he will always look forward to playing for both small and big crowds. "People have to understand, I have to work six more years to catch up to the other part of my life," he notes. "I'm still only three years into playing huge [venues]. I spent most of my life playing for 500 seat clubs, and it was a blast. I'll sing anywhere if my voice feels good, because I love that role and I love doing that."
Luke will continue his Dirt Road Diaries tour with shows in Texas, South Carolina and Virginia this month. See all of his upcoming concerts here.