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Luke Bryan TicketsLuke Bryan is an American country singer born as Thomas Luther “Luke” Bryan on the 17th day of July, 1976 in Leesburg, Georgia. At the age of fourteen years he had received a guitar from his parents and after he learnt how to play it, he joined some local bands and played in some local pubs. He moved to Nashville in 2001 after his father convinced him. His musical career began in the mid - 2000s during which time he used to write songs for people like Travis Tritt and Billy Currington.

After he arrived in Nashville, he joined a publishing house found in the city and he wrote the title track My Honky Tonk History for Travis Tritt’s album released in 2004. Later on he moved on to Capital records where he was offered a recording contract. He was involved with writing Billy Currington’s single track titled “Good directions” which took the first position on the hot country songs chart around mid 2007. Luke Bryan co-wrote his debut single titled “All my friends say” together with his producer Jeff Stevens.

Capitol records released his debut album “I’ll Stay Me” in August 2007 and he had written or co-written all except one of its 11 songs. “We Rode in Trucks” which was the second single reached number 33 whereas “Country Man” attained number 10. In 2009-2010 he released his second album known as “Doin’ My Thing”. His third album, “Tailgates & Tanlines” was released on August 9th, 2011. It peaked at number one on Top Country Albums and number two on the Billboard 200.

Presently, Luke Bryan is working towards releasing his fourth album “Crash My Party” which is set to be released on the 13th day of August, 2013. “Crash My Party” premiered at the 2013 ACM awards in a performance. It had topped the Country Airplay chart in July 2013. The second single of the fourth album, “That’s My Kind of Night” is set to be released to the country radio on August 5th , 2013. Indeed, it can plausibly be argued that Luke is a great crooner with a very bright future in the music career.

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Luke Bryan may have postponed his move to Nashville a few years, but the singer songwriter eventually made a name for himself in the country scene. His ambitions began when he was a growing up in Leesburg, Georgia and his parents bought him a guitar. Eventually, after going to college at Georgia Southern University, he would record a radio hit that spawned a career selling Luke Bryan tickets to fans across North America.

He moved to Nashville at the age of 25 in 2001 and struggled for four years before a talent scout from a record company discovered him. The appearance on Travis Tritt's album My Honky Tony History (2005) was his first introduction to a large audience. He had been playing at the same bars and clubs as the hundreds of other would-be country sensations.

Bryan finally scored his own single in 2007 with All My Friends Say. The song reached number five on the country charts. His next single, Good Directions, reached number one. Luke's debut album followed soon after. I'll Stay Me reached number two on the country charts and number 24 on the U.S. charts.

The album made him a radio mainstay and a touring favorite, though the record sales did not match the devotion of the fans he had won over. Luke Bryan followed his debut album with Doin' My Thing in 2009. The album best performing single has been Do I. It reached number two on the country single charts in the U.S. and number five on the Canadian country charts.

The country star has been wise enough to work with some of the other young talent coming out of Nashville. He wrote the title track for his second album with two members of Lady Antebellum and was fortunate to have Hillary Scott featured as a backup singer on the song. Tailsgates and Tanlines came next, reaching number one on the Billboard Country album chart and went gold in the United States and Canada. The album yielded platinum singles "Country Girl"" and "I Don't Want This Night to End". His fans have been waiting for the country sensation to tour again. Search for the very best Luke Bryan tickets and see the next big thing country live.

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