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Luke Bryan

Thomas Luther Bryan, or just Luke Bryan is a county music artist from State of Georgia. He was born on July 17, 1976. Luke is a wealthy musician, as Forbes estimates his annual income at around 43 million dollars. Even though he finished Georgia Southern University with business administration degree, father convinced him to become country singer. He went to Nashville and recorded “All My Friends Say”, first released single. It did relatively well for debut song, and received gold certification from RIAA. Album “I’ll Stay Me” hit the shelves on August 14 in 2007. This was his first and last album to sound like neotraditional country, before introducing pop elements in subsequent releases. Second album “Doin' My Thing” is remembered mostly because of platinum single “Do I”, while album itself sold moderately well. After taking time to appear in “Celebrity Apprentice” TV show, he started working on “Tailgates & Tanlines” and released this album in summer of 2011. It broke his previous sales records and found itself on second spot of Billboard’s 200. Fourth and fifth albums were “Crash My Party” and “Kill the Lights”, they were released in 2013 and 2015 respectively. While critics complained about repetition and lack of innovation, fans gladly purchased both albums.