Luke Bryan to debut “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” video tomorrow on E! News.

Country star Luke Bryan’s newest music video will premiere tomorrow night on E! News on E! Network at 7:30 p.m. The entertainment news program will re-air at 11:30 p.m.

The official video for Bryan’s newest single, “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye,” has been long awaited by fans and is expected to follow the story line of his first three singles from his newest album “Tailgates & Tanlines.”

In case you haven’t been following along, the videos for Bryan’s first three singles, “Country Girl (Shake it for me),” “I Don’t Want This Night To End,” and the summer smash, “Drunk on You,” have all followed a story line.

Basically, boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, girl leaves and then girl comes back. Something tells me “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye,” is going to be girl leaving again.

It’s also worth noting the fact that the video is going to premiere on E! News. It’s not uncommon for Top 40 artists to premiere their official videos on the popular entertainment news program, but rarely does a country artist debut a video on a mainstream network, (unless you count Taylor Swift, which I don’t). It just speaks to the crossover between country music and the Top 40 charts. Carrie Underwood was really the champion of the cause, but Luke Bryan’s overall appeal (he likes to shake his booty, wear tight jeans and a backward baseball cap) has definitely helped the country music cause. The downhome Georgia boy has enjoyed enormous success on both the country and pop charts this summer, and that should only continue as his music reaches beyond the diehard country fans.

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