Facts of Luke Bryan
|Full Name||Luke Bryan|
|Birth Name||Thomas Luther "Luke" Bryan|
|Profession||Singer & Songwriter|
|Birth City||Leesburg, Georgia|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Father Name||Tommy Bryan|
|Father Profession||Peanut Farmer|
|Mother Name||LeClaire Bryan|
|Sibilings||Chris Bryan, Kelly Bryan|
|Education||Georgia Southern University|
|Date of Birth||July 17,1976|
What Is The Net Worth Of American Singer Luke Bryan?
As of 2019, Luke Bryan has an estimated net worth of $47 million. Billboard Music Award-winner, Luke Bryan is an American country singer and songwriter who came to the spotlight from the release of his first album titled I’ll Stay Me with songs like All My Friends Say, Baby’s on the Way, We Rode in Trucks, Country Man, and more.
He then released albums like Crash My Party, Tailgates, Spring Break… Checkin’ Out, and more.
He received the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association Awards in the category of Entertainer of the Year in 2013. To date, he has sold over 7 million albums and 27 million singles worldwide.
Luke Bryan’s Net Worth is $47 Million- Career Highlights, Income Sources, and Earnings
Bryan started singing at a young age and gained success as a singer after the release of his debut single All My Friends Say which was released in 2006.
Since then, he has released several hit singles and albums. As per The Richest, Bryan’s net worth is estimated to be at around $47 million whereas, Celebrity Net Worth has estimated it to be around $140 million as of July 2019.
Bryan gathers his massive fortune from his career as a singer and songwriter. His net worth is in a similar range to other musicians like James Taylor ($60 million), Skrillex ($45 million), and DJ Khaled ($50 million).
Did You Know? Forbes estimated Luke’s annual income at around $42.5 million in 2015.
The versatile country singer has released altogether 6 albums. Here is the list of earnings made from his album sales:
|2007||I’ll Stay Me||$561,000|
|2009||Doin’ My Thing||$972,000|
|2011||Tailgates & Tanlines||$2,509,000|
|2013||Spring Break… Here to Party, Crash My Party||$605,000, $2,661,000|
|2015||Kill the Lights, Spring Break… The Set List: The Complete Spring Break Collection ZinePak||$851,000, $9,200|
Luke Bryan's Revenue From Tours Have Increased Over The Years
Like mentioned, he also earns from his tours and tickets sale. Compared to his earning from tours in 2013, his earning increased by $25.5 million in 2015. Here is a shortlist of earnings made from his tour:
|Year||Tour||Earnings||Annual Income After Tax/Expenses|
|2013||Dirt Road Diaries Tour||$16,025,000||$17 million|
|2014||That’s My Kind of Night Tour||$59,523,000||$34 million|
|2015||Kick the Dust Up Tour||$71.5 million||$42.5 million|
How Did Luke Earn His $47 Million Net Worth? Songs and Albums Since His Debut
After moving back to Nashville, Luke got signed with a recording contract by Capitol Nashville. While his stay, he co-wrote Good Directions by Billy Currington which debuted at no.1 on the Hot Country Songs in 2007. He then co-wrote his debut single All My Friends Say along with producer Jeff Stevens.
He released his debut album titled I’ll Stay Me with Capitol Nashville in August 2007. Similarly, his second single, We Rode in Trucks was released and reached no.33 which other single Country Man reached number. 10.
Bryan released his EP titled Spring Break with All My Friends and two new songs Take My Drunk Ass Home and Sorority Girls on 10th March 2009. He then released his second album, Doin’ My Thing in October 2009.
Since then, Luke released his other albums such as Tailgates & Tanlines, Crash My Party, Kill the Lights, and What Makes You Country and hit singles like Do I, Rain Is a Good, Someone Else Calling You Baby, Country Girl, and many more.
In 2016, he was one of the 30 artists selected to perform on Forever Country, a mash-up track of On the Road Again, Take Me Home, Country Roads, and I Will Always Love You which celebrated 50 years of the CMA Awards.
The following year, Luke performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The same year, he was announced to be the judge for the revival of American Idol on ABC.
He returned alongside Lionel Richie and Katy Perry as the judges for the new season of American Idol in 2019.
He Made $43 Million From 2018 to 2019
In a span of one year, from June 2018 to June 2019, Luke made an staggering $43 million. A majority of his income is an outcome of his successful albums, tours, and endorsements.
Postpones New Album & Tour Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
In April of 2020, Luke had to push the release date of his new album Born Here Live Here Die Here. In his Twitter post, he announced that his album will be releasing in August 7.
Likewise, his "Proud to Be Here" tour is also scheduled to begin in July 10.
Endorsements Deals, Instagram Earnings, Charity, And Donation
Apart from his career, Bryan also receives a decent amount of money from his sponsorship which aids in his net worth. Similarly, he has endorsed several big companies and big brands to date, however, the contract deals are not out in the tabloids yet.
Luke has 5.1 million followers on Instagram and 9.69 million on Twitter. As per IMH, Luke is estimated to earn at the range of $10,130 to $16,883 per paid post with Instagram.
Besides his career, Luke is also involved in several kinds of charities and fundraising programs. He supports the City of Hope and Red Cross and different causes like AIDS and HIV, children’s disaster relief, cancer, human rights, and health.
Following the death of his niece, Caroline who is Bryan’s wife founded Brett’s Barn which is a sanctuary for rescue animals in her honor. Similarly, he and Caroline are the Board of Directors of the Brett Boyer Foundation which helps raise awareness about congenital heart disease and Down’s syndrome.
Their foundations organize different kinds of fundraising programs including Bike for Brett annually on World Down Syndrome Day to raise funds for research. In 2010, his songs ‘Rain Is a Good Thing’ and ‘Blue Sky’ was sold on iTunes whose a month’s worth sales being donated to Lauper’s charity. The cause collected around $25,000 in the donation.
Assets, House, Cars, Lifestyle, Tax, Insurance, And Expenses
The multi-millionaire star owns thousand dollars home in Florida and Tennessee. The country singer bought the Brentwood, Tennessee home for $620,000 in 2010.
The house covers 150 acres of land with a guest house covering 1,800 sq.ft. He is reported to pay around $5,847 as annual property taxes as per Smart Asset.
Similarly, he also owns a four-story beach house in Florida. Although the house price is not revealed, the average house price in Florida starts from $233,700 with an annual property tax of $3,038.
Likewise, Bryan rides around expensive cars. His expenses are mainly on foods, cars, insurance, and childcare.
Luke Bryan’s Personal Life- Age, Height, Wiki, Family, Wife, Relationship, And Kids
Born Thomas Luther ‘Luke’ Bryan on 17th July 1976 in Leesburg, Georgia, the United States. He is the second son of Tommy Bryan, a peanut farmer, and LeClaire Bryan. Luke is American by nationality and comes from a white ethnic background.
He grew up alongside his older brother Chris (died in a car crash) and elder sister Kelly. Bryan enrolled at Georgia Southern University located in Statesboro, Georgia. She studied the Sigma Chi fraternity and graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1999.
Luke is 43-years-old as of 2019. He stands 6 feet and a half-inch (184 cm) tall in height.
Luke Is Married With Children
Thomas is a married man and father of two children. The couple met while attending Georgia University. They dated for a while and got married on 8th December 2006 in the presence of family and friends.
Together they share two sons: Thomas Boyer Bryan (b. on 18th March 2008) and Tatum Christopher Bryan (b. on 11th August 2010).
Bryan has been raising his nephew Brooks since the death of his sister Kelly (d. 2007) and brother-in-law Ben Lee Cheshire (d. 2014).