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Thomas Luther “Luke” Bryan is an award-winning American country music singer. Born in Leesburg, Georgia in 1976, Bryan started his music career as a songwriter in mid-2000s, writing lyrics for acts such as Billy Currington and Travis Tritt. Luke had intended to move to Nashville to pursue his country music career when he was 19 but had to put those plans on hold after losing his brother. Instead, he went on to study Business Administration at Georgian Southern University. The Nashville dream came in 2007 where Bryan signed on to a publishing house, and his songwriting prowess was put to work. It is during this period that a representative from Capitol Records discovered him while he was singing at a local club. He then went on to release, “All My Friends Say,” his debut single, which he co-wrote with Jeff Stevens and later came his first album, I’ll Stay Me, in the summer of 2007. The debut song peaked at number 5 while the second one, “We Rode in Trucks,” was number 33 on the Hit Country Songs. The second Luke Bryan album titled Doin’ my Thing had two singles at number one on the country music charts. This album also saw Bryan win Top New Solo Vocalist and Top New Artist from the Academy of Country Music Awards while the single “Do I” earned him the CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year. The success of Doin’ My Thing established Bryan as a force in the country music genre. He has three other albums under his belt; Tailgates & Tanlines released in 2011, Crash My Party in 2013 and his fifth, Kill the Lights released in 2015. The first song from his latest studio album, “Kick the Dust Up,” topped the Country Airplay chart. Bryan performed the National Anthem at the Super Bowl LI held on February 5, 2017.