Luke Bryan will head out on his sixth annual farm tour, starting Oct. 1 in Knoxville, TN. The tour spans eight shows across the south, hitting states like Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.
The fall concert series has become tradition for the country singer, who performed to more than 100,000 fans during last year's farm tour. A portion of each show's proceeds are used for local college scholarships, which are then awarded to students from farm families within the local communities.
See below for a selection of tour dates and visit the Luke Bryan for more information on tickets. For a sneak peek at what the rustic tour might look like, check out the video below!
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There are plenty of baseball-related phrases we use regularly — situations can be "curveballs." People can play "hardball." If we do well, we "hit it out of the park." Things come out of "left field." But there are a few phrases we use that you may not know originate from baseball. Here are five of them!
#1 - Charley horse
You know those terrible cramps you sometimes get in your legs? Yeah, you know the ones. Apparently the first use of "Charley horse" to describe those pains was in 1887, among baseball players. These painful cramps were said to occur more frequently in baseball players, hence its sporty history. There aren't too many more details about the word (like, why is it a "Charley horse" exactly?), but it is agreed that the term has definitive baseball origins.
Even the greatest of celebrities have employed alter egos — whether to help them perform onstage, or to try something new in their music, or just because they felt like it. Here are our picks for the top 10 celebrity alter egos.
#1 Beyoncé as Sasha Fierce
Although Beyoncé has a few alter egos under her belt — including her latest, Yoncé, and Mrs. Carter, the queen of her previous solo tour — it all started with Sasha Fierce. Sasha Fierce existed only on stage, allowing Beyoncé to separate Celebrity Beyoncé from Regular Beyoncé. In 2010, she said she had "killed" Sasha Fierce because she no longer needed her; since then, the singer has said, "I think Beyoncé is Beyoncé, Mrs. Carter is Beyoncé, Sasha Fierce is Beyoncé. And I’m finally at a place where I don’t have to separate the two."