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Born on the 23rd of March 1986, Brett Eldredge is a country singer hailing from Paris, Illinois, USA. His debut release was in 2010.
Like many country singers, Brett Eldredge made his first impact in the music industry as a songwriter. He co-wrote the song “I Think I’ve Had Enough”, which appeared on Gary Allan’s 2010 album “Get Off On the Pain” when he was a mere 23 years of age.
By the middle of the year, he had a record contract with Atlantic Records, his first single came out in September and in October, he debuted at the mecca of Country music, The Grand Ole Opry. A rite of passage that every budding country star is honoured to go through.
However, his career didn’t truly take off until his third single “Don’t Ya”, came out in 2012. The single was a top 30 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, top five on the Hot Country charts and by September the following year, it had sold nearly 800,000 copies in the US alone. With that, Brett Eldredge had arrived.
2013 saw him open for Taylor Swift’s enormous Red Tour and his debut album was released the following fall. “Bring You Back” peaked at number two on the Country album charts and number 11 on the Billboard charts, and has sold a reported 120,000 albums in the US alone.
2014 saw him going from strength to strength as well, netting a Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year. Clearly, Eldredge is the country star of tomorrow, and his star is only going to rise further and further given time and experience.