A little bit of rain couldn't keep Luke Bryan fans away from the Rockefeller Center on Friday morning (June 3), where he performed a free show as a part of the Citi Concert series live on the Today show.

Despite the drizzle, Bryan took the stage to perform his current single "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day" for an adoring audience who were clad in an assortment of rain gear as they sang and danced along.

The 39-year-old country singer had the crowd moving as he did what he does best: entertain. He took the centerstage spotlight with his acoustic guitar, dancing as he sang while sporting that million-dollar smile.

In addition to playing his current rising track, Bryan played "Strip It Down," "I Don’t Want This Night to End" and "Play It Again."

Before starting his mini-show, Bryan talked to the hosts of the Today show where he shared the crazy schedule that lead up to that morning's performance. The night before, he played a show in New Jersey, took the short trek to the Big Apple, caught a tiny bit of sleep and was up and ready at 5AM for rehearsals. Following the performance, he headed to Atlantic City for another show that night.

Despite the hectic schedule, the country superstar says the fans keep him going.

"When I step on stage I am energized," Bryan shares. "If I'm not out there having fun, then I won't be in this business anymore."

Bryan is currently on the road with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch as part of the second leg of his Kill the Lights Tour, which continues through October.

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