Born as Thomas Luther Bryan
in 1976, the artist was raised in Leesburg, GA. After learning to play the guitar, at the age of fourteen, Bryan started to play in local clubs with various bands. Bryan graduated from "Lee County High School" and planned to move to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his passion. However, his plans were delayed due to the death of Chris, his brother. In 2001, Luke Bryan
finally moved to Nashville and immediately scored a contract as a songwriter. After writing for Travis Tritt’s album, Bryan was discovered and signed by Capitol Record
for a recording deal. In 2007, Bryan released his debut single "All My Friend Say," which reached number five spot on Billboard chart
. He also wrote Billy Currington’s "Good Directions," which ranked at number one spot for three weeks on the Billboard chart
. In 2007, Bryan released his debut album "I’ll Stay Me," that garnered positive reviews from critics as well as audiences.
The album produced tracks like "We Rode in trucks," and "Country Man," that entered Billboard
Country charts.In 2009, Bryan released his second EP "Spring Break with All My Friends," which contained two new songs. After the release of the EP, his fourth single came in the form of "Do I," that was later featured on his album "Doin’ My Thing." Luke Bryan
also wrote for Lady Antebellum’s "Dave Haywood" and "Charles Kelley." The song reached the number two spot on country singles charts. Bryan’s first Billboard
chart topping single came with the release of "Rain is a good thing." The hit song was quickly followed by another number single "Someone Else Calling You Baby" that also peaked at the Billboard chart, branding the artists as one of the most promising acts of the year. The artist toured all over the country appealing audiences and making them Luke Bryan Concert tickets
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In 2011, Luke Bryan
released his third studio album "Tailgates and Tanlines." The album again struck gold when it reached the top spot on Top Country Albums
and secured the second spot on Billboard 200
chart. The seventh single featured on the third album, "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)," was also a hit among fans reaching a platinum status in US. The single was nominated at the Teen Choice Award 2011.
During the same year "Someone Else Calling You Baby," also got a nomination for "Single of The Year" at American Country Awards
. With a successful end to 2011, Luke Bryan 2015 tickets
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With hot selling albums like "I’ll Stay Me," "Doin’ My thing," and "Tailgates and Tanline," Luke Bryan
has managed to produce a new wave in the country music circuit; winning multiple awards and nominations at various prestigious music award functions and platforms. His live performances are attended by masses that turn into loyal fans. His tours are becoming a truly amazing experience for the attendees and have won countless hearts with the artist’s soulful songs and vibrant performance. By grabbing cheap Luke Bryan tickets
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Country superstar Luke Bryan is currently on his Kill the Lights Tour
, which supports his critically acclaimed fifth studio album of the same name. The tour initially began in February 2016 and its first leg ended in October that year. The tour’s second leg is now set to begin and will take Bryan to major venues in thirteen cities in three months. During the second leg of the tour, Bryan will be supported by fellow country star Brett Eldredge. To watch the country stars live in concert and listen to their greatest hits, get Luke Bryan Tour tickets