Bryan’s sophomore album Doin’ My Thing, released in 2010, gave him his first chart-topping single, “Rain is a Good Thing,” and then a second, “Someone Else Calling You Baby.” The following year’s Tailgates and Tanlines saw Bryan top the U.S. Country Album charts for the first time and spawned three more number ones. The singer then reached pole position on the Billboard 200 in 2013 with compilation Spring Break… Here to Party.
Crash My Party saw Bryan top the Billboard 200 again later in 2013, while with 2015’s Kill the Lights he became the first ever artist to score six chart-topping country singles from the same album. Two years later the star ventured into television as one of the judges on the rebooted American Idol. And that same year Bryan scored his fourth number one on the Billboard 200 with What Makes You Country.
As well as being a record-breaking chart star and Spring Break favorite, Luke Bryan is also known as one of country music’s nice guys. He’s given his time and money to numerous charities including the Red Cross and City of Hope, as well as causes relating to human rights and children’s disaster relief. But it’s at home where Bryan has really shown how altruistic he is.