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Luke Bryan appeared on the country music scene in 2007, impressing listeners with his smooth vocals and skills as a songwriter. He's best known for his songs about rural life like "We Rode in Trucks," romantic ballads like "Do I" and wholesome public persona.
Bryan comes by his country influences naturally, growing up in Leesburg, GA, a small town 100 miles from the Alabama border where his father grew peanuts and sold fertilizer for a living. In 2001 Bryan pulled up stakes and relocated to Nashville, where his heartfelt songs of country life earned him a contract with one of the city's many publishing houses.
In his free time, Bryan continued to perform at local clubs, and after an A&R man from Capitol Records saw him perform a set of his original material, he was given a record deal. Capitol released Bryan's first widely distributed album, I'll Stay Me, in the summer of 2007, following it with Doin' My Thing in 2009.