Brett Eldredge Biography

Brett Ryan Eldredge is an American country music singer signed to Atlantic Records Nashville. The cousin of Terry Eldredge of The Grascals, Eldredge has had three No. 1 singles from his debut album Bring You Back: "Don't Ya", "Beat of the Music", and "Mean to Me".

Eldredge was raised in Paris, Illinois, the son of Robin Beth (Vonderlage) and Christopher "Chris" Eldredge. His cousin, Terry Eldredge, is a member of The Grascals.

He co-wrote the track "I Think I've Had Enough" for Gary Allan, who recorded it for his album Get Off on the Pain. By late 2010 he had signed to Atlantic Records and released his debut single, "Raymond" on September 27, 2010. It debuted at number 52 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart dated for the week ending October 16, 2010 and reached a peak of number 23. "It Ain't Gotta Be Love" was released as his second single and reached number 46.

A third single, "Don't Ya", was released to country radio in October 2012. It became his first single to reach the Top 20 of the Hot Country Songs chart and his first to appear on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut album, Bring You Back, was released on August 6, 2013. "Don't Ya" reached number one on the Country Airplay chart the same month. The album's second single, "Beat of the Music", also reached number 1 on the same chart. The album's third single, "Mean to Me", was released to country radio on July 14, 2014. It reached number one on the Country Airplay chart in March 2015.

Eldredge's sixth single overall, "Lose My Mind", was released in 2015. It will be the lead single to his second album.

Eldredge performed on the Grand Ole Opry for the first time on October 29, 2010.

Eldredge has a web series on his official YouTube page called Couch Sessions, where he does acoustic performances of his songs as well as covers.

He was one of the opening acts on Taylor Swift's Red Tour.

Growing up in Illinois, Brett has been a life-long Chicago Cubs fan. On Memorial Day 2015, he sang "Take Me Out to The Ballgame" during the 7th Inning Stretch at Wrigley Field while the Cubs played host to the Washington Nationals.
Source: wikipedia.org
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