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Luke Bryan Bio

Luke Bryan is one of country’s biggest stars. His catchy country songs are infused with pop and gulf influences and touch on subjects that fans around the world can relate to: love, loss, and (of course) partying. Bryan’s brand of country music incorporates elements from other genres to create an appealing mix that has fans rushing to get their hands on Luke Bryan tickets and Luke Bryan albums.

But Luke Bryan’s career hasn’t always been as much fun as his upbeat music is. Bryan had to overcome personal grief and industry barriers before he won the right to bring his music to his countless fans.

Luke Bryan was born Thomas Luther Bryan on July 17, 1976. It was the year of the American bicentennial, and Bryan was born into a uniquely American setting. His father, Tommy Bryan, was a peanut farmer, and Luke grew up in rural Leesburg, Georgia. Bryan’s quintessential country upbringing would later influence his music, rooting his accessible brand of country music in an authenticity that fans could instantly recognize.

Bryan loved country music from a young age, and he showed a clear talent for playing guitar, singing, and writing songs. From early on, it was clear that he would one day head to Nashville and pursue a career in country music. That was supposed to happen shortly after Bryan graduated from high school. At 19 years old, Bryan was ready to pack up his guitar and head to Nashville – but then tragedy struck.

Bryan’s older brother, Chris Bryan, was killed in a car accident. The event devastated Bryan and his family, and continues to affect Bryan to this day. In the aftermath of Chris’ death, Luke Bryan felt that he couldn’t leave his family. He elected to stay in Georgia instead of going to Nashville. While still in his home state, he attended college: Luke graduated from Georgia Southern University with a degree in business administration a few years later. In the end, the choice to stay in Georgia proved to be a fateful one: while Bryan’s career was delayed, he met the love of his life, Caroline Boyer. Boyer and Bryan later married in 2006.

It was years after his brother’s death when Bryan, encouraged by his father, finally did set out for Nashville. He found work as a songwriter there, and worked for a time writing songs for more established performers. But Bryan’s talent was too obvious to stay hidden for long, and he was soon signed to a recording contract by Capitol Nashville.

Bryan released a self-titled EP in 2006 and followed up with a full-length album, I’ll Stay Me, in 2007. His first single, “All My Friends Say,” was an early sign of his crossover potential: in addition to reaching the fifth spot on the Country music charts, the single also cracked the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at 59. Clearly, Bryan’s popularity wasn’t going to be limited to traditional country hotbeds.

Bryan made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 2007, and his sister organized a huge contingent of fans to support him. Though Bryan was still a newcomer to the country scene, his family’s support ensured that plenty of fans were already lining up to get Luke Bryan tickets.

Then, once again, tragedy struck. Bryan’s sister died unexpectedly. To this day, her cause of death has not been determined. It was the second time that Bryan had lost a sibling suddenly, and the dual tragedies have affected the singer deeply.

While Bryan grappled with grief, his career was taking off. His debut album reached number 24 on the Billboard 200, a remarkable crossover success. Fans also loved Bryan’s live show: it was quickly becoming clear that Bryan was one of country music’s most animated performers. He jumped around, sang loud, and even shook his “booty,” driving fans wild. People around the country rushed to by Luke Bryan tickets in 2007 and 2008. Bryan was a rising star – but to establish himself as a true country star, he would need to maintain his success with another strong album. He headed back to the studio to record a follow-up to I’ll Stay Me.

Doin' My Thing (2009) was exactly the album Bryan needed in order to establish himself as a star. The record gave Bryan his first two country number one hits, "Rain Is a Good Thing" and "Someone Else Calling You Baby.” All three of the album’s singles also made strong showings on the Billboard Hot 100.

As successful as Bryan’s first two records were, his third would set a new high-water mark. Tailgates & Tanlines (2011) went double platinum, topped the country album charts, and reached the number 2 spot on the Billboard 200. Its upbeat tempos and good-time feel led to huge crossover success. More than ever before, Bryan was a star. Tailgates & Tanlines was the soundtrack to parties around the country in 2011.

Bryan kept it up with his next album, Crash My Party (2013). Like Tailgates & Tanlines, Crash My Party went double platinum. The album peaked at number 1 on both the country albums chart and the Billboard 200, and it firmly established Bryan as a consistent hitmaker.

Bryan’s 2015 album, Kill the Lights, showed Bryan consciously maturing as a songwriter and a musician. While the album preserved many of the stylistic elements that had made Bryan a superstar, it also featured more sentimental material. Bryan’s evolved style was a hit with both critics and fans – critics praised the album’s more mature approach, and fans helped it go platinum right out of the gate.

Today, Luke Bryan is at the top of his game. His upbeat melodies and fun, party-themed lyrics have made him one of country’s most recognizable and marketable superstars, while his continued musical evolution has made him one of the genre’s most interesting acts. Bryan faced down personal and professional challenges to reach this point, and he’s reveling in the moment, giving fans some of the best music of his career. Bryan is poised to continue to dominate the country and pop charts for a long time.

Top 3 Luke Bryan Tracks:

Play It Again
I Don't Want This Night To End
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye

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Cheap Luke Bryan Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 10/15/2015
Sleep Train Amphitheatre; Wheatland, CA
$6.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 10/23/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$10.00 Luke Bryan — 10/09/2015
Midway at Central City Park; Macon, GA
$13.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 05/08/2015
Alerus Center; Grand Forks, ND
$14.00 Luke Bryan — 06/03/2016
Boardwalk Hall; Atlantic City, NJ
$15.00 Luke Bryan — 09/02/2016
Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion; Raleigh, NC
$15.00 Luke Bryan — 08/11/2016
Blossom Music Center; Cuyahoga Falls, OH
$16.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 05/14/2015
Taco Bell Arena; Boise, ID
$16.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 08/26/2015
USANA Amphitheatre; West Valley City, UT
$16.00 Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 09/20/2015
Cruzan Amphitheatre; West Palm Beach, FL

Best and Most Expensive Luke Bryan Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$2,543.00Luke Bryan — 03/08/2016
NMSU Pan American Center; Las Cruces, NM
$2,467.00Luke Bryan — 02/20/2016
UNI Dome; Cedar Falls, IA
$1,784.00Luke Bryan with Little Big Town and Frankie Ballard — 08/25/2016
Providence Medical Center Amphitheater; Bonner Springs, KS
$277.00Route 91 Harvest Festival - 3 Day Pass — 09/30/2016
MGM Resorts Village; Las Vegas, NV
$263.00Luke Bryan — 09/05/2015
Blossom Music Center; Cuyahoga Falls, OH
$206.00Luke Bryan with Dustin Lynch — 07/09/2015
Choctaw Event Center; Durant, OK
$193.00Luke Bryan — 04/30/2016
Save Mart Center; Fresno, CA
$184.00Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 07/09/2015
Choctaw Event Center; Durant, OK
$184.00Luke Bryan with Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch — 05/03/2015
John Labatt Centre; London, ON
$172.00Luke Bryan — 06/02/2016
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ