Brett Eldredge

Over the course of the last few years, Brett Eldredge has become one of the hottest up-and-coming stars in country music on the strength of not only his music, but his personality and good looks. The Paris, Ill. native first began to make a name for himself in Nashville when he co-wrote a song called "I Think I've Had Enough" for Gary Allan, who recorded it for his 'Get Off on the Pain' album in 2009. By 2010 Eldredge had signed a solo deal with Atlantic Records, and over the course of the next few years he released two singles, "Raymond" and "It Ain't Gotta Be Love," to country radio, though neither was a huge success. Eldredge scored his breakthrough with "Don't Ya" in August of 2013, reaching No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart the same month that his debut album, 'Bring You Back,' was released. The album's second and third singles, "Beat of the Music" and "Mean to Me," also reached No. 1. Eldredge cemented his position as a rising country star with the release of his second album, 'Illinois,' in 2015. The lead single from that project, "Lose My Mind," also reached No. 1.

  • Full Name: Brett Ryan Eldredge
  • Birth Date: March 23, 1986
  • Top Songs: “Don’t Ya,” “Beat of the Music,” “Mean to Me”
  • Did You Know? Brett’s cousin is Terry Eldredge of the Grascals.
  • Further Reading: 10 Sexiest Male Country Stars of 2015
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Brett Eldredge just released his most personal album to date. His self-titled third album includes 11 vulnerable stories of the heart and one tribute to his brother. It's a raw, at times uncomfortable look at a singer who is very much in the middle of trying to figure it out.

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