When I was growing up we pronounced Gyros as jie-rows, but then as I got older I was told they were pronounced yer-os. And to this day, I still don’t know how to pronounce it.
I am not the only one because yesterday on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and Luke Bryan wrote a country song about it. A song that anyone who loves the lamb meat wrap will love to sing over and over. Especially when they order one.
I don’t know about you, but I am totally craving Gyro!
Today, I am sharing a photo of Luke Bryan with his lifesize candle at Madame Tussauds in NYC and I can’t tell them apart. They are total twins. Can you tell the difference between them? I say it is the one not holding the guitar. Or is he the one holding it? I am so confused. Help me!
Back in 2012, Luke Bryan sang the National Anthem at the MLB’s All-Star game and his performance was newsworthy. That’s because the Country singer wrote some of the lyrics on his hand in case he forgot a word or two. He did and the cameras caught him glancing at his hand while he was singing to the packed crowd on National television.
Well it is 2017, and he us getting a redo at a much bigger venue next month. He is going to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl.
Part of me, is hoping he has a repeat of that Baseball performance because I have liked him ever since then. But the other part of me doesn’t want see him fail.
Which are you rooting for?
On Thursday, shortly before Luke Bryan was to go on the stage, he was in a bike accident. The singer broke his collarbone and bruised his hip, but the show must go on and it did. He has still been taking the stage every night as though nothing, making him a rough and tough cowboy that ain’t going to let a broken arm, break the hearts of his fans.
Sometimes if you are not familiar with a genre of music, it all sounds alike to you.
Well, Sir Mashalot took six Country songs and mashed them all together as one song. If you didn’t know it was six different singles, you would swear it was just one. How scary is that?
So listen to Sure Be Cool If You Did by Blake Shelton, Drunk on You by Luke Bryan, Chillin’ It by Cole Swindell, Close Your Eyes by Parmalee, This is How We Roll by Florida Georgia Line and Ready, Set, Roll by Chase Rice as one tune and see if you can tell them apart. I mean the voices sound different, but the melody sounds the same.
BTW is it wrong, I want to see more people do this with other types of music like Rock’n’Roll, Jazz, Pop and Rap to name a few for starters?