We Are Thankful For Luke Bryan and His Halftime Show (Watch!)


Luke Bryan spent his Thanksgiving performing some of his songs for a huge crowd at Arlington, Texas’s AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The medley of hits included Luke’s “Kick the Dust Up”, “Shake It For Me”, and “Don’t Want This Night to End” — a show that also featured the world famous Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders dancing to the tunes.

Making the halftime show even more special was the campaign it helped launch — The Red Kettle campaign by the Salvation Army. When the show was announced last month, Luke shared his excitement about being affiliated with the organizations.

As a football fan, I’m especially excited to be performing on Thanksgiving Day. It’s also an honor to spotlight two great organizations like Dallas Cowboys and the Salvation Army and raise awareness for all the great work they do.

Unfortunately for the Dallas Cowboys, they fell quite a bit short to the Carolina Panthers, but didn’t we all just tune in for the halftime show anyway?!

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  1. Terry917@webtv.net'

    Thank-you for saying something decent. The hating that was going on yesterday was so offensive. An 8 minute performance. If you don’t like the guy,do not watch. Can’t understand such negativity.

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