Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan

About Luke Bryan

After writing hits for artists including Travis Tritt and Billy Currington, Georgia singer/songwriter Luke Bryan struck out as a solo artist with 2007's I'll Stay Me. The successful singles "We Rode in Trucks" and "Country Man" featured a polished Nashville sound and an easy-going everyman sensibility that won Bryan comparisons to artists like Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw. That was only the beginning of a multi-platinum career that has seen him top the country charts dozens of times, hit the upper reaches of the pop charts several times ("Crash My Party," "That's My Kind of Night," "Play It Again"), sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, and become a judge on American Idol.

    Leesburg, GA
  • BORN
    July 17, 1976