Luke Bryan lives for performing.

The stage means everything to Luke Bryan.

"It's what you live for," he told FOX411 at the American Country Countdown Awards. "You know, it's an amazing feeling to walk out there and play your music every night and watch people have a good time."

Bryan is currently on the Kill the Lights Tour with guests Dustin Lynch and Little Big Town. The 39-year-old singer says the fans are the secret to success in the country music world.

"The country music fan base is loyal, that's the main thing," he said. "Once you get that relationship established with them, I think you can tour for a long time as a country artist and have an amazing following."

Florida Georgia Line-- Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley-- agreed with Bryan that the fans facilitate their success.

"It really doesn't [get old].You work so hard to feel accepted and feel the support from the fans in country radio, so there's nothing better," Kelley said.

The duo revealed that touring is always something that amps them up.

"We are excited," Hubbard said. "We have a little pre show ritual we do. We say a little prayer, we get our boys, our band and our crew together and then we just hit the stage and try to blown the roof off."

Bryan said country music fans are dedicated and will turn out for their favorite artists again and again.

"It's a special thing to know you're not going to be a fly by night situation. If you go out there and make music that the fans want to hear they will show up for years and that's certainly a big blessing in country."

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