Luke Bryan Dedicates ‘Most People Are Good’ To People on the ‘Front Lines’

Luke Bryan; Photo Courtesy of CBS/ACM Presents: Our Country
Luke Bryan; Photo Courtesy of CBS/ACM Presents: Our Country
Luke Bryan; Photo Courtesy of CBS/ACM Presents: Our Country

Current ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee Luke Bryan performed “Most People Are Good” from his couch on Sunday’s ACM Presents: Our Country telecast.

The song is an ode to life and the positive moments that people sometimes take for granted. The uplifting performance comes at a perfect time as the world is currently facing the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Bryan dedicated the moving performance to medical professionals, first responders and anyone “on the front lines … [and] putting themselves in harm’s way” during the current global health crisis.

The 2017 single was co-written by David Frasier, Ed Hill, and Josh Kear and is included on Bryan’s What Makes You Country album.

ACM Presents: Our Country aired on Sunday (April 5) at 8:00 p.m. ET on the CBS Television Network and on CBS All Access. The two-hour special also included performances from Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Darius Rucker, Eric Church and many more. The show also showcased clips of artists’ favorite moments the ACM Awards’ 55-year history.