Country music star LUKE BRYAN partly owes his success to his baseball caps, insisting they give him a little luck.
Bryan, who scored a second week at the top of the album charts this week (ends30Aug13), started wearing caps after noticing his fortunes had changed after donning one professional baseball pal Adam LaRoche gave him as a gift on a hunting trip.
And now he has quite the collection.
He says, "He (Adam) gave me this hat and I just started wearing it. And good things started happenin', so, if it ain't broke, don't fix it."
And the singer/songwriter insists he has no plans of following his peers and putting on cowboy hats, adding, "I grew up in South Georgia as a country boy. I never really was like a cowboy... I'm just kind of country boy/ex-baseball player, so I oughta wear a country boy/ex-baseball player hat."
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