Maroon 5's 'Sugar' Goes Country Thanks to Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch & Thomas Rhett

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Luke Bryan performs at LP Field at the CMA Music Festival on Friday, June 12, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn.

During his concert Saturday at Nashville's Vanderbilt Stadium, Luke Bryan brought Dustin Lunch, Thomas Rhett and Randy Houser onstage to perform Maroon 5's "Sugar" for a full house of 40,000. Putting a country twist on the track, the boys warmed up beforehand with a shared shot of something very, very strong -- or so we can assume, by Bryan's flustered reaction (purring included) -- and an obligatory group selfie.

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Boys will be boys, at least in the case of Bryan's crew, as they stomped their boots and relished in the crowd's excitement. The four-piece added a Southern twang to the otherwise pop-drenched anthem. With nothing less than a little sweetness, Bryan showed Nashville how he and his country counterparts put it down.


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