Bryan moved to Nashville in 2001, quickly landing a songwriting contract with a local publishing house. At night, he performed his own music at local clubs. In the summer of 2007, Capitol released Bryan's first major record, I'll Stay Me, and two years later Doin' My Thing came out. Both albums peaked at No. 2 on the country charts. The latter release also produced two No. 1 country singles: "Rain Is a Good Thing" and "Someone Else Calling You Baby."
His early success led to an Academy of Country Music nomination for Top New Male Vocalist, and both Billboard and Country Weekly called Bryan an "artist to watch."
Bryan made his fans wait another two years for Tailgates & Tanlines, an album that saw four singles land in the Top 5 of the country charts—with "I Don't Want This Night to End" and "Drunk on You" both hitting No. 1. It wouldn't be long before Bryan found true crossover success, as his 2013 album Spring Break...Here to Party hit No. 1 on the pop charts.
Later that year, Bryan won the Academy of Country Music's Entertainer of the Year Award and released his fourth studio album, Crash My Party, which hit No. 1 on both the country and pop charts. With the bulk of songs from the album landing on the country charts, three singles found their way to No. 1. Continuing to thrive, Bryan picked up his first Country Music Association Award win in 2014 as Entertainer of the Year.
Bryan released his fifth studio album, Kill the Lights, in August 2015. Although its first single, "Kick the Dust Up," became a chart-topping party anthem, much of the album showcased the artist in a quieter, more contemplative light.
In February 2017, Bryan sang the national anthem at Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston.
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