CB30 Make Guest Appearance At Luke Bryan Show

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Country music’s CB30 made a guest appearance opening for Luke Bryan on his What Makes You Country Tour – XL Stadium Sized this past Saturday at St. Louis’ Busch Stadium. Performing two original songs after Jon Pardi’s opening set, the real-life brothers were received with resounding applause and admiration from the crowd. This performance marks the second time the boys joined Luke on his current stadium tour, as they also played at Mile High Stadium in Denver earlier this month.

Additionally, CB30 is also set to release their new lyric video for “Like It’s A Bad Thing” in the coming weeks. However, fans can hear the lighthearted song now on the boys’ “Like It’s A Lake Day” playlist. They are currently in the studio writing and recording for their debut album.

About CB30:

CB30, comprised of real-life brothers Christian and Brody Clementi, grew up in Nashville surrounded by music from a young age. After playing some local charity events with their father Jay Clementi, a successful songwriter, they caught the attention of country superstar Luke Bryan who introduced them to various industry contacts leading to a record deal with Buena Vista Records, a partnership between Disney Music Group and Universal Music Group Nashville. The name CB30 comes from Christian and Brody’s first initials as well as the fact they were both born on the 30th of the month, Christian’s birthday is May 30th while Brody’s is March 30th. Their young, fresh sound is built on harmony-driven country melodies with influences ranging from The Everly Brothers to Ed Sheeran. In between football and baseball games, you can often find Christian and Brody on the lake fishing and wakeboarding. CB30’s current single “Like It’s A Bad Thing,” co-written by Christian, Jay Clementi and Kevin Bard, was announced on Radio Disney Country this past April and is out now. The boys marked the occasion with their debut Stagecoach performance in Indio, Calif.

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