Thomas Luther “Luke” Bryan was born in Leesburg, Georgia on July 17, 1976. He is a Country singer and songwriter with an estimated net worth of $7 million. Like many other singers in the music industry, he began his career as a song writer but soon realised that he had the talent to become a good singer too.
The sources of his income are diverse, ranging from song-writing and singing to co-producing various songs and music videos. All of these business interests make him an entrepreneur as well. As a child, he played guitar for various local bands in clubs and night bars. His first break as a song-writer came in 2005 when he got the opportunity to write “My Honky Tonk History” for Travis Tritt’s album.
It was followed by a surprise deal with Capitol Records. Despite family tragedies in the form of the death of his brother and sister at different stages of his career, he went on to release his first studio album with Capitol in 2007 named I’ll Stay Me. His debut album was well received by critics and fans alike and made him the new star of Country music.
His debut album was followed in 2009 with an EP named Spring Break With All My Friends. It has a number of sequels. In the same year he released several other singles, one of which reached the number two spot on Country songs chart. His second studio album titled Doin’ My Thing was released in October, 2009.
Two of its singles peaked at number one in the country music chart. Tailgates & Tanlines and Crash My Party came out in 2011 and 2013 respectively. He has been nominated for more than a dozen awards and has won various awards including nine awards from the American Country Awards for the year 2012. In 2013 he won the American Music Award for Favourite Country Male Artist.