Bryan White

Bryan WhiteBio

Bryan White released his first major label record when he was only 20 years old. The kid with good looks and loads of talent was a breath of fresh air in country music. He had a unique voice and an unmatched ability to play multiple instruments.

In 1994, Bryan released his his self-titled debut album. After two singles that failed to crack the top 20, White released the single Someone Else’s Star. The single made Bryan a star. Someone Else’s Star climbed all the way to #1 on the charts and was the first in a string of bit hits for White. One more #1 with Rebecca Lynn followed on his debut album and the album went platinum. His second album featured two more #1 hits and also went platinum.

A third album Love Is The Right Place followed and went gold on the success of the title track and another single. In 1998, White sang on a duet with Shania Twain From This Moment On. The song was a huge smash and introduced White to another audience.

After a fourth album failed to produced any major singles and a Greatest Hits album was released, Bryan and his record label parted ways. It was 2000 and at only 25 years old Bryan was faced with a decision.

Bryan White left the limelight for nearly 10 years. White got married and had two sons. In 2009, an EP and a few new songs arose from Bryan. Today he is back touring and releasing new music. He keeps in touch with his many dedicated fans via his Twitter account @Bryan_White.

Still in his 30s and with songwriting and musicianship talent obvious, there may be much more to come from Bryan White in the future.

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Top Albums

Dustbowl Dreams

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Between Now and Forever

Greatest Hits

Hit Songs

So Much For Pretending

Sittin’ On Go

Rebecca Lynn

I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore


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