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- Song Name: Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day
- Artist Name / Band Name: Luke Bryan
- Produced By: Jody Stevens & Jeff Stevens
- Album Name: Kill The Lights
- Release Date: August 7, 2015
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Capitol Nashville
- Written By: Dallas Davidson, Ben Hayslip, Rhett Akins & Luke Bryan
- Performance: Peaked at No. N/A
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Luke Bryan – Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day Review
In his mesmerizing country voice, country music superstar Luke Bryan is all set with the release of his fourth single Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day; from his fifth studio album titled, Kill the Lights released in 2015. Bryan is reaching out to his Georgia roots, with the release of this single. Following a fairly, calm and soothing tune aiming to get that average city bloke into a place where he/she doesn’t know off-the country. The track saw being released to the American country radio on March 14, 2016.
The single which is the part of the album Kill the Lights, The album itself saw critical acclaim from critics for its persuasively honest lyrics and song clarity. The album debuted at No.1 on US Billboard Top 200 Album charts and its single Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day currently stands at No.49, previously sitting in the latter part of the Top 100 singles charts. The song has been written in collaboration with Bryan and Peach Pickers (An American songwriter team)
Not that, I am a fan of country music, it’s not that bad of a song either. Except the title of the song, which seems to be pretty daunting to write; loosing track in between of the comas and apostrophes. Trust me, it isn’t one of easiest searches for google. Rest assured, the song is all set to put you in the mood to clear and solid country vocals from Bryan; which never disappoint. Furthermore, you are to get in tune with light guitar acoustics truly setting you back in the 90’s era of Georgia.
The lyrics are expressive and expansive, providing a heap load of information from the artist on the message being conveyed. Basically conveying about his good old times in the outback of country life. If I could make a livin’ from walkin’ in the woods
You can bet I’d be sittin’ pretty good and Huntin’, fishin’, and lovin’ every day
That’s the prayer that a country boy prays. According to Byan, it is one of those songs which takes a normal individual from his city life and places them into the country side. One of the producers Jeff Steven said “It sounds like a kid running through a cornfield,”
A music was released complementing the title, showing scenic views, families having old school fishing times and hunting, Look at all that firewood. Oh! Yeah! Those 4×4 and the mud make you believe, if you aren’t getting yourself dirty you aren’t in the country side.
We get a good idea already, and are surely accepting to the nature of the song. It is one Luke’s biggest hits and surely increasing his fans expectation to good old country music.