Luke Bryan is an American country music singer and songwriter. He began his music career writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington before signing with Capitol Nashville with his cousin, Chad Christopher Boyd in 2007. Bryan’s first nine albums I’ll Stay Me, Doin’ My Thing, Tailgates & Tanlines, Crash My Party, Spring Break…Here to Party, Spring Break…Checkin’ Out, Kill the Lights, Farm Tour… Here’s to the Farmer and What Makes You Country have included fourteen number one hits. In 2013, Bryan received the Academy of Country Music Awards the Country Music Association Awards Entertainer of the Year award and has sold over seven million albums and 27 million singles worldwide.

Birth Name

Thomas Luther Bryan

Nickname

Luke

Profession

Singer, Songwriter

Genre

Country

Instruments

Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano

Labels

Capitol Records Nashville

Nationality

American

Personal Life

Birthday / Date of Birth

Luke Bryan was born on the 17th of July 1976, in Leesburg, Georgia, United States.

Age

He’s currently 43 years old.

Residence

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Sun Sign

Cancer

Ethnicity

White

He has English and some Irish ancestry.

Religion

Christianity

Education

Luke Bryan attended Lee County High School. Luke went to college at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia, where he joined the Sigma Chi fraternity and graduated in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration

Family Details

  • Father – Tommy Bryan (Peanut Farmer)

  • Mother – LeClaire Bryan
  • Siblings – Chris Bryan (Older Brother) (Died in a car accident when Luke was 19 years old), Kelly Cheshire (Older Sister) (Passed away in 2007 due to undetermined cause)

Marital Status

Married

Girlfriend / Spouse

Luke Bryan dated –

  • Caroline Boyer (2006-Present) – Luke started dating his wife Caroline Boyer while they were studying at Georgia Southern University. When they first met at a bar called Dingus Magees, Boyer was a freshman whereas Bryan was studying in the senior year. In December 2006, they got married in a private and intimate ceremony. In March 2008, Caroline gave birth to their first son, Thomas Boyer Bryan. In August 2010, she gave birth to another son, Tatum Christopher Bryan. After the death of his sister’s husband Ben Lee Cheshire in 2014, Luke and Caroline started raising their children as well.

Physical Statistics

Height

  • In feet – 6 feet 3 inches
  • In centimeters – 191 cm
  • In meters – 1.91 m

Weight

  • In Kilograms – 92 kg
  • In Pounds – 203 lbs

Body Measurements

  • Measurements –44–14–38
  • Chest – 44 in or 112 cm
  • Arms / Biceps – 14 in or 35.5 cm
  • Waist – 38 in or 96.5 cm

Body Build

Average

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Shoe Size

He wears a size 11 (US) shoe.

Sexuality

Straight

Professional Statistics

Famous For

Luke Bryan is one of the most successful and renowned country singers of our time. He has recorded and delivered many successful albums with more than a dozen hit singles.

Album Debut

In August 2007, Luke released his debut studio album, I’ll Stay Me. His debut single, All my Friends Say from the album managed to reach #5 spot on Billboard Hot Country Songs list.

Television Debut

In 2007,  Bryan appeared in the Biscuits and Jam episode of family reality series, Throwdown with Bobby Flay.

Film Debut

Luke hasn’t appeared in a theatrical film till date.

Singing Debut

Bryan released his debut single, All My Friends Say, in 2007 which peaked at number 5 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

Brand Endorsements

Luke Bryan has appeared in the TV commercials for Fathead Wall Decals and Décor, Buck Commander, Cabela’s, Chevrolet Silverado, Ram Trucks & Ancestry.com.

Awards & Nominations

YearAssociationCategoryRecipientResult
2010Academy of Country Music AwardsTop New Solo VocalistHimselfWon
Top New ArtistWon
CMT Music AwardsUSA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year“Do I”Won
Country Music Association AwardsNew Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
2011CMT Music AwardsBest Web Video of the Year“It’s a Shore Thing”Nominated
Nationwide Insurance On Your Side AwardHimselfNominated
Country Music Association AwardsNew Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Music: Country Song“Country Girl (Shake It for Me)”Nominated
Choice Music: Country Artist MaleHimselfNominated
American Country AwardsMale Artist of the YearNominated
Single by a Male Artist“Someone Else Calling You Baby”Nominated
2012CMT Music AwardsVideo of the Year: Male“I Don’t Want This Night To End”Won
Teen Choice AwardsTeen Choice Award for Music – Male Country ArtistHimselfNominated
Country Music Association AwardsMale Vocalist of the YearNominated
Album of the YearTailgates & TanlinesNominated
American Music AwardsFavorite Male Country ArtistHimselfWon
Favorite Country AlbumTailgates & TanlinesNominated
American Country AwardsArtist of the YearHimselfWon
Male Artist of the YearWon
Single of the Year“I Don’t Want This Night to End”Won
Single by a Male ArtistWon
Music Video of the YearWon
Music Video by a Male ArtistWon
Album of the YearTailgates & TanlinesWon
Most Played Radio Track“I Don’t Want This Night to End”Won
Most Played Radio Track by a Male ArtistWon
2013Country Music Association AwardsEntertainer of the YearHimselfNominated
Male Vocalist of the YearNominated
Album of the YearTailgates & TanlinesNominated
Vocal Event of the Year“The Only Way I Know”
(with Jason Aldean and Eric Church)
Nominated
Billboard Music AwardsTop Country ArtistHimselfNominated
Top Country AlbumTailgates & TanlinesNominated
Top Country Song“Drunk on You”Nominated
CMT Music AwardsVideo of the Year“Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”Nominated
Male Video of the YearNominated
Collaboration Video of the Year“The Only Way I Know”
(with Jason Aldean and Eric Church)
Won
CMT Performance of the Year“Drunk on You”/”Feel Again”
(with Ryan Tedder)
Nominated
American Music AwardsFavorite Country Male ArtistHimselfWon
Favorite Country AlbumCrash My PartyNominated
2014Billboard Music AwardsTop Billboard 200 AlbumCrash My PartyNominated
Top Country AlbumCrash My PartyWon
Top Male ArtistHimselfNominated
Top Billboard 200 ArtistNominated
Top Country ArtistWon
Top Country Song“Crash My Party”Won
Top Country Song“That’s My Kind of Night”Nominated
Country Music Association AwardsEntertainer of the YearHimselfWon
Male Vocalist of the YearNominated
Album of the YearCrash My PartyNominated
American Music AwardsArtist of the YearHimselfNominated
Favorite Country Male ArtistWon
American Country Countdown AwardsArtist of the YearNominated
Male Vocalist of the YearWon
CollaborationThis Is How We Roll
(with Florida Georgia Line)
Won
AlbumCrash My PartyNominated
Digital Song of the Year“Drink a Beer”Nominated
Digital Song of the YearThis Is How We Roll
(with Florida Georgia Line)
Won
2015People’s Choice AwardsFavorite Male Country ArtistHimselfNominated
Academy of Country Music AwardsEntertainer of the YearWon
Male Vocalist of the YearNominated
Vocal Event of the YearThis Is How We Roll
with Florida Georgia Line)
Won
Billboard Music AwardsTop Country ArtistHimselfNominated
Top Country Song“Play It Again”Nominated
This Is How We Roll
(with Florida Georgia Line)
Nominated
Top Country AlbumCrash My PartyNominated
CMT Music AwardsMale Video of the Year“Play It Again”Won
Video of the YearNominated
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Country ArtistHimselfNominated
Choice Country Song“Kick the Dust Up”Nominated
Canadian Country Music AssociationTop Selling AlbumCrash My PartyWon
CMA AwardsMale Vocalist of the YearHimselfNominated
Entertainer of the YearWon
American Music AwardsArtist of the YearNominated
Favorite Country Male ArtistWon
2016People’s Choice AwardsFavorite Male ArtistNominated
Favorite Male Country ArtistNominated
iHeartRadio Music AwardsMale Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Best TourNominated
Country Artist of the YearWon
Country Song of the Year“I See You”Nominated
Academy of Country Music AwardsEntertainer of the YearHimselfNominated
Vocal Event of the Year“Home Alone Tonight” (feat. Karen Fairchild)Nominated
American Country Countdown AwardsArtist of the YearHimselfWon
Male Vocalist of the YearWon
Song of the Year“Strip It Down”Nominated
Album of the Year“Kill the Lights”Nominated
Digital Song of the YearKick the Dust UpNominated
Touring Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Billboard Music AwardsTop Country ArtistWon
Top Country AlbumKill the LightsNominated
American Music AwardsFavorite Country AlbumNominated
Favorite Male Country ArtistHimselfNominated
2017People’s Choice AwardsFavorite Male Country ArtistHimselfNominated
iHeartRadio Music AwardsMale Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Country Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Billboard Music AwardsTop Country TourKill the Lights TourNominated
Billboard Chart Achievement AwardHimselfNominated
CMT Music AwardsVideo of the YearHuntin, Fishin and Lovin’ Every DayNominated
Male Video of the YearNominated
CMT Performance of the YearWant to Want Me (with Jason Derulo)Won
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Country ArtistHimselfNominated
2018American Music AwardsFavorite Male Artist – CountryHimselfNominated
2019iHeartRadio Music AwardsCountry Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
Country Song of the YearMost People Are GoodNominated
CMT Music AwardsMale Video of the YearSunrise, Sunburn, SunsetNominated
Collaborative Video of the YearStraight To Hell (with Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Charles Kelley)Nominated

Luke Bryan Favorite

  • Favorite Country Song – What I’d Say by Earl Thomas Conley
  • Favorite Guilty Pleasure – Movie Popcorn
  • Favorite Barbecue Restaurants in Georgia – Christy’s in Columbia and Blackbeard’s in Albany
  • Favorite Whiskey – Angel’s Envy
  • Favorite Dish He Loves to Cook – Chicken and Rice Soup
  • Favorite Restaurants – Nobu, Dreamland Barbecue in Alabama, Rudy’s in Texas

Luke Bryan Net worth

Luke Bryanhas an estimated net worth of $140 million dollars as of 2019.

Social Media Profiles

Some Lesser Known Facts About Luke Bryan

  • Bryan started his music career at his teens.
  • The first ever concert he attended was of Jerry Lee Lewis and T.G. Sheppard. He was 7 years old at that time.
  • He moved to Nashville in 2007 and took various jobs before signing to a recording label called Capitol Nashville.
  • When he was 19 years old, he intended to move to Nashville to become a singer. However, he had to cancel his plans due to his older brother’s death as he felt his family needed him.
  • Luke is good friend with Willie Robertson.
  • In March 6, 2012, Bryan released his fourth Spring Break EP entitled Spring Break 4…Suntan City.
  • In March 11, 2014, Bryan began his sixth year of spring performances at Spinnaker Beach Club in Panama City Beach, Florida.
  • In 2015, Forbes estimated Bryan’s annual income at $42.5 million.
  • In May 19, 2015, Bryan released his first single from his fifth studio album, Kill the Lights, Kick the Dust Up which peaked at number one on the Country Airplay chart.
  • In 2016, Bryan was selected as one of 30 artists to perform on Forever Country, a mash-up track of Take Me Home, Country Roads, On the Road Again and I Will Always Love You which celebrates 50 years of the CMA Awards.
  • In February 5, 2017, Bryan performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX.
  • In September 2017, Bryan was announced as a judge for the revival of American Idol on ABC.
  • Luke is the co-owner of Buck Commander, which sells outdoor attire and equipment.
  • In 2019, Luke Bryan along with former professional baseball player Adam LaRoche and country music star Jason Aldean founded E3 Chophouse Nashville.
  • In 2019, when American Idol returned for another season on ABC, Bryan returned along with Katy Perry and Lionel Richie as judges.
  • Visit his official website @ lukebryan.com.
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