Luke Bryan isn't quite yet comfortable getting back on the road amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, the country star explained why he isn't ready to put on a live concert, despite some other artists bending the social distancing rules.

"You don't want to be the sacrificial lamb," he said. "If I've made decisions on not doing shows, it's because let's see what we're truly dealing with."

The artist, 44, made clear that "we're still learning what this virus is every day," which is why it's a tricky situation when it comes to planning future shows.

"It's all out of whack," he admitted.

He's also scored some No. 1 hits with "Knockin’ Boots" and "What She Wants Tonight" from the LP. "One Margarita" also became the No. 1 most-downloaded country song for two weeks in a row after its release, per Music Row and Billboard.

The rest of the tracklist is filled out with: "Born Here Live Here Die Here," "Too Drunk to Drive," "Little Less Broken," "For a Boat," "Where Are We Goin" and "Down to One."

Born Here Live Here Die Here is available now wherever you stream music.

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