While he was a spectacular host last year, he delighted the audience in a different way this time.
According to an article published by Pop Culture, the performance of singer Luke Bryan remained one of the highlights of the widely followed Academy of Country Music Awards this year.
The prestigious award ceremony that took place earlier this week at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas celebrated its 53rd year.
On a glamorous evening, the audiences were entertained with power-packed performances from their favorite country artists, while the most successful among them received nominations and awards.
Bryan was among the artists who graced the stage and enthralled the listeners with his golden voice and music. He chose to sing the song titled Most People Are Good.
The song, which has gathered considerable followership, was released as part of Bryan’s recent album titled What Makes You Country.
While Bryan entertained viewers as a host last year, he managed to win their hearts with a sincere performance this year. He was also nominated in the category of Entertainer of The Year.
The 41-year-old star confessed that the ACM Awards were very close to his heart.
He continued to cherish the feeling of receiving his first Entertainment of The Year Award and still felt privileged to be nominated. He won the award in that category in 2015.
Bryan had bagged awards from the academy right from the beginning of his stint in country music. He won in categories Top New Solo Vocalist and Top New Artist in the year 2010.
After working his way to the top, Bryan is not only one of the most loved country singers in America but has also become a mentor and judge on the popular reality music contest American Idol.
A lot of his songwriting is derived from the ups and downs of his personal life, including painful losses in the family.
Bryan shared that he never stopped dreaming and worked on being optimistic and grateful for every new day.