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With a several multi-platinum albums and singles to his name, Nashville's Luke Bryan is one of the greatest names in country music . Numerous collections later, Luke's continues to snowball with a lot of sales and awards each time he makes new music. Luke has gotten to be one of the greatest country-singer in nation and looks set to bear on that way.

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Thursday
Jul 20, 2017
03:07 AM
Wisconsin, Eau Claire
3433 Crescent Ave
$289.00- $289.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 16, 2017
07:02 PM
West Virginia, Huntington
1 Civic Center Plaza
$69.00- $9989.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 17, 2017
07:02 PM
Indiana, Bloomington
1001 E. 17th Street
$65.00- $835.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 18, 2017
07:02 PM
Arkansas, Jonesboro
2105 Aggie Road
$64.90- $3500.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 23, 2017
07:02 PM
South Carolina, Columbia
801 Lincoln Street
$52.00- $3500.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 25, 2017
07:02 PM
Florida, Jacksonville
300 A. Phillip Randolph Blvd
$33.60- $9999.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Mar 1, 2017
07:03 PM
New York, New York
4 Pennsylvania Plaza
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Friday
Mar 3, 2017
07:03 PM
New Hampshire, Manchester
555 Elm St.
$80.00- $3500.00 Tickets
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Mar 4, 2017
07:03 PM
Rhode Island, Providence
1 La Salle Square
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Thursday
Mar 9, 2017
07:03 PM
Virginia, Richmond
601 E. Leigh Street;Richmond Colsm
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Friday
Mar 10, 2017
07:03 PM
North Carolina, Fayetteville
1960 Coliseum Drive
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Friday
Mar 17, 2017
07:03 PM
Alabama, Orange Beach
23325 Amphitheater Dr
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Saturday
Mar 18, 2017
07:03 PM
Alabama, Orange Beach
23325 Amphitheater Dr
$115.00- $599.47 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 11, 2017
07:03 PM
South Carolina, Greenville
650 North Academy St.
$98.00- $908.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 7, 2017
03:04 AM
Florida, Fort Lauderdale
800 Seabreeze Boulevard
$259.00- $4866.75 Tickets

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan was born in July 1976 in Leesburg, Georgia. He moved to Nashville after high school to pursue his dream of a country music career, and a few years later his first album with Capitol Records, I’ll Stay Me, was released. The album earned Bryan a nomination for Top New Male Vocalist from the Academy of Country Music and led to a slew of other hit albums and songs. Albums such as Tailgates & Tanlines and Spring Break…Here to Party subsequently made Bryan a bona fide crossover star.

Early Years

Born Thomas Luther Bryan in Leesburg, Georgia, on July 17, 1976, Luke Bryan grew up the youngest son of a farmer. Always interested in music, Bryan was raised on his parents’ record collection, which included such country artists as George Strait, Conway Twitty and Merle Haggard.

When he was 14, Bryan’s parents bought him a guitar, and it wasn’t long before he was good enough on the instrument, and with his voice, to begin sitting in with local musicians. In high school, Bryan performed in musicals and wrote his own songs, which he sang with a band he started.

As high school came to an end, Bryan was already eyeing a move to Nashville to pursue his musical dreams. But with plans made, tragedy struck: His older brother, Chris, was killed in a car accident. Devastated, Bryan put Nashville on hold and enrolled at Georgia Southern University, so he could be close to his family. He also kept busy by working on his father’s peanut farm and playing with a new band at night on campus and in local bars.

Bryan burned to pursue a musical career, and he wrote songs continually, releasing a self-produced album during this period. His father saw Bryan’s dream slipping away, and he knew there was only one way to get Bryan back on track: He told his son to pack up his truck and hit the road to Tennessee or he was fired.

On to Nashville and No. 1 Hits

Bryan moved to Nashville in 2001, quickly landing a songwriting contract with a local publishing house. At night, he performed his own music at local clubs, and when an A&R rep from Capitol Records saw him perform one night, Bryan was signed to the label. In the summer of 2007, Capitol released Bryan’s first major record, I’ll Stay Me, and two years later Doin’ My Thingcame out. Both albums peaked at No. 2 on the country charts. The latter release also produced two No. 1 country singles: “Rain Is a Good Thing” and “Someone Else Calling You Baby.”

His early success led to an Academy of Country Music nomination for Top New Male Vocalist, and both Billboard and Country Weekly called Bryan an “artist to watch.” Unfortunately, tragedy struck again, when Bryan’s sister Kelly died suddenly at home in 2007, with medical officials unable to determine the cause of her death.

Continued Success

Bryan made his fans wait another two years for Tailgates & Tanlines, an album that saw four singles land in the Top 5 of the country charts—with “I Don’t Want This Night to End” and “Drunk on You” both hitting No. 1. It wouldn’t be long before Bryan found true crossover success, as his 2013 album Spring Break…Here to Party hit No. 1 on the pop charts.

Later that year, Bryan won the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year Award and released his fourth studio album, Crash My Party, which hit No. 1 on both the country and pop charts. With the bulk of songs from the album landing on the country charts, three singles found their way to No. 1. Continuing to thrive, Bryan picked up his first Country Music Association Award win in 2014 as Entertainer of the Year.

Bryan released his fifth studio album, Kill the Lights, in August 2015. Although its first single, “Kick the Dust Up,” became a chart-topping party anthem, much of the album showcased the artist in a quieter, more contemplative light.