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  • Luke Bryan jokes as he holds Sacramento area woman's baby at Wheatland concert

    Country singer Luke Bryan holds concertgoer Betty Baron's 1-year-old boy Riley at Friday's concert at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland. Baron, who lives in Pioneer, said her son was dancing, smiling and screaming with the rest of the crowd. Bryan joked that he could have gotten her a babysitter. Take a look.