By Amanda Wicks

A biking accident last Thursday (Oct 6) left Luke Bryan with a broken clavicle, but the show must go on and go on it did. Even though he canceled the opening night of his 2016 Farm Tour only one evening prior thanks to Hurricane Matthew, Bryan wasn’t about to let a broken bone get in the way of his new opening date at Maple Lane Farms in Greenback, Tennessee.

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Even while he powered through his shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Bryan needed to fix the break, which he did over the weekend.

On Sunday, he posted a photo on Twitter showing him riding passenger in the car. “Heading to surgery. Ugh,” he wrote. Hours after sharing that image, he posted another one of an X-ray. “All good. Got me some metal,” he tweeted, revealing the device holding his clavicle together.

Bryan doesn’t sound like he’s going to be taking much down time to recover from surgery. He shared with anxious fans that he’d be back on schedule Wednesday (Oct 12) when he plays Batesville, Mississippi.

Besides powering through Greenback, Bryan played his shows in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and Monroeville, Indiana. With each show, he wore a sling to keep his arm still, but that didn’t slow him down. A fan captured a moment in Elizabethtown, showing Bryan still bringing big energy to the crowd despite his break. Way to soldier on Luke.

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