Can You See 'Bachelorette's Luke Perform?

Two men are left to vie for JoJo Fletcher's heart on The Bachelorette — but unfortunately, Luke Pell is not in that pair and no longer in contention. The war veteran and singer/songwriter was eliminated recently, but there is a chance he could be the next Bachelor. In the meantime, where can you see Luke Pell sing? According to a website called Gigmasters, The Bachelorette contestant offers music services such as honky-tonk, Southern rock, and wedding band. Gigmasters also lists his upcoming gigs — at a private ranch and a wedding in Dripping Springs, Texas — but it doesn't seem like they're open to the public.

Since you shouldn't be crashing any weddings or ranches, I'll let you know that Luke posts clips of his singing on Instagram, but recently his YouTube singing clips have been removed. Is it because he's preparing to be at the center of The Bachelor or was he feeling bashful about his music? Is he prepping for an album and wants to keep the songs for purchase only? It's not known at this point.

Luckily, the Instagram clips are still viewable and are from gigs he played all over Texas, including venues like Countyline BBQ, Fiesta Winery, Shiner's Saloon during South By Southwest in Austin, and Stockyards. Most of the videos are from earlier this year and previous years, so it seems like he's keeping recent gigs more private, considering he's gotten a lot of attention from The Bachelorette. According to Gigmasters, Luke's previous performances have includes many private ranches, Commodore Grill in Nashville, Haley Nelson Park in Burnet, Texas, and an unnamed fundraiser throughout this summer.

And, on July 6, Luke and James Taylor performed together at a Ladies Night Bachelorette concert at Wagner's Backyard in Pflugerville, Texas.

According to Gigmasters, Luke charges $250 to $5,000 to perform at an event, but apparently, he's totally worth it — he's got five-star reviews from many satisfied customers. Seeing Luke perform may be difficult right now if you don't live in Texas and aren't invited to his wedding gigs, but he has two singles available for purchase on iTunes called "Fall Of Me" and "Tungsten Steel." Both songs were released in 2015.

In addition to performing, it looks like Luke is hard at work working on new songs. Back in February, he posted media to Instagram showing him creating new beats and collaborating with country artists such as Davis Corley and Mark Addison Chandler in Nashville.

Luke's elimination may leave him with some free time, but his vacation from Bachelor Nation may be short lived. After JoJo rejected him on the show, #LukeForBachelor began trending on Twitter. In response, Luke told The Hollywood Reporter that he's open to being the next Bachelor , following in the footsteps of previous selections Ben Higgins, Chris Soules, and Juan Pablo Galavis. "I would be excited about it," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "I’ve seen firsthand that it worked, going through this whole process with JoJo and I ... It was real for us and it was real for me. So, I would be open to it again because I know it works. It’s proven.”

Here's hoping that Luke breaks out his guitar and croons some tunes if he's chosen as The Bachelor.

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