Luke Bryan Discography

I’ll Stay Me

I’ll Stay Me is the debut album by American country singer Luke Bryan. The album was released in the United States alone on August 14, 2007 by Capitol Nashville. The first and third single from the album entered the top ten of the country rankings, All My Friends Say fifth and Country Man tenth; while the second single, We Rode in Trucks, did not rise above the number 33 position. All tracks on the album are co-written by Bryan himself, except for the fourth track Pray About Everything.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “All My Friends Say”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Lonnie Wilson
  • Jeff Stevens
4:02
2. “Baby’s on the Way”
  • Bryan
  • Stevens
3:20
3. “The Car in Front of Me”
  • Bryan
  • Jim McBride
3:40
4. “Pray About Everything”
  • Stevens
  • Bob Regan
3:16
5. “We Rode in Trucks”
  • Bryan
  • Jim McCormick
  • Roger Murrah
4:30
6. “I’ll Stay Me”
  • Bryan
  • Stevens
3:02
7. “First Love Song”
  • Bryan
  • Stevens
4:36
8. “Country Man”
  • Bryan
  • Galen Griffin
  • Patrick Jason Matthews
3:10
9. “Over the River”
  • Bryan
  • Jay Knowles
3:53
10. “You Make Me Want To”
  • Bryan
  • Amber White
  • Phillip B. White
3:29
11. “Tackle Box”
  • Bryan
  • Joe Doyle
4:02

Doin’ My Thing

Doin ‘My Thing is the second studio album by American singer Luke Bryan, released on October 2, 2009 by Capitol Records Nashville.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Rain Is a Good Thing”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Dallas Davidson
2:56
2. “Doin’ My Thing”
  • Davidson
  • Rhett Akins
  • Ben Hayslip
3:09
3. “Do I”
  • Bryan
  • Charles Kelley
  • Dave Haywood
3:59
4. “What Country Is”
  • Shane McAnally
  • Jamie Teachenor
3:14
5. “Someone Else Calling You Baby”
  • Bryan
  • Jeff Stevens
3:49
6. “Welcome to the Farm”
  • Bryan
  • Stevens
4:27
7. “Apologize” Ryan Tedder 2:51
8. “Every Time I See You”
  • Bryan
  • Jim McCormick
4:05
9. “Chuggin’ Along”
  • Bryan
  • Rodney Clawson
2:59
10. “I Did It Again”
  • Bryan
  • Ashley Gorley
  • Brent Stenzel
4:49
11. “Drinkin’ Beer and Wastin’ Bullets”
  • Bryan
  • Patrick Jason Matthews
4:19

Tailgates & Tanlines

Tailgates & Tanlines is the third album by American country singer Luke Bryan. The album was released on August 9th 2011 by Capitol Nashville. Bryan co-wrote 8 out of 14 tracks. The album sold over a million copies. The album was named the sixth best album of 2012 by Billboard.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Dallas Davidson
3:45
2. “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”
  • Bryan
  • Jeff Stevens
  • Shane McAnally
3:23
3. “Drunk on You”
  • Rodney Clawson
  • Chris Tompkins
  • Josh Kear
3:33
4. “Too Damn Young”
  • Arlis Albritton
  • Casey Koesel
3:36
5. “I Don’t Want This Night to End”
  • Bryan
  • Davidson
  • Rhett Akins
  • Ben Hayslip
3:40
6. “You Don’t Know Jack”
  • McAnally
  • Erin Enderlin
3:16
7. “Harvest Time”
  • Bryan
  • Clawson
3:27
8. “I Know You’re Gonna Be There”
  • Bryan
  • Ashley Gorley
3:36
9. “Muckalee Creek Water”
  • Bryan
  • Patrick Jason Matthews
3:56
10. “Tailgate Blues” (featuring Ashton Shepherd on backing vocals)
  • Brent Cobb
  • Neil Medley
3:43
11. “Been There, Done That”
  • Bryan
  • Rachel Thibodeau
4:29
12. “Faded Away”
  • Bryan
  • Michael Carter
3:48
13. “I Knew You That Way”
  • Jay Clementi
  • Radney Foster
3:32

Crash My Party

Crash My Party is the fourth studio album in the US country artist Luke Bryan, released in 2013.

The album was released in August 2013 by Capitol Nashville. The album’s first single and title track reached the top of the Billboard Country Airplay chart. The album was produced by Jeff Stevens. A deluxe edition with four additional tracks was made available by Target Corporation and Walmart dealers.

As for sales, the album reached the top of the Billboard 200 and was certified platinum (over a million copies sold in the US) by the RIAA.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “That’s My Kind of Night”
  • Dallas Davidson
  • Chris DeStefano
  • Ashley Gorley
3:10
2. “Beer in the Headlights”
  • Michael Carter
  • Brandon Kinney
  • Cole Swindell
2:52
3. “Crash My Party”
  • Rodney Clawson
  • Gorley
3:54
4. “Roller Coaster”
  • Carter
  • Swindell
4:19
5. “We Run This Town”
  • Gorley
  • Davidson
  • Kelley Lovelace
3:14
6. “Drink a Beer”
  • Jim Beavers
  • Chris Stapleton
3:23
7. “I See You”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Gorley
  • Luke Laird
3:06
8. “Goodbye Girl”
  • Shane McAnally
  • Josh Osborne
  • Matthew Ramsey
2:39
9. “Play It Again”
  • Davidson
  • Gorley
3:47
10. “Blood Brothers”
  • Brett James
  • Bobby Pinson
4:03
11. “Out Like That”
  • Aaron Goodvin
  • Adam Sanders
  • Swindell
3:18
12. “Shut It Down”
  • Tony Martin
  • Wendell Mobley
  • Neil Thrasher
3:16
13. “Dirt Road Diary”
  • Rhett Akins
  • Bryan
  • Davidson
  • Ben Hayslip
3:31
Total length: 44:33

Kill the Lights

Kill the Lights is the fifth studio album by American singer Luke Bryan, released on August 7, 2015 through Capitol Nashville. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, with 345,000 units sold in its debut week.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Kick the Dust Up”
  • Dallas Davidson
  • Chris DeStefano
  • Ashley Gorley
3:10
2. “Kill the Lights”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Jody Stevens
  • Jeff Stevens
2:59
3. “Strip It Down”
  • Bryan
  • Jon Nite
  • Ross Copperman
4:01
4. “Home Alone Tonight” (featuring Karen Fairchild)
  • Jody Stevens
  • Cole Taylor
  • Jaida Dreyer
  • Tommy Cecil
3:10
5. “Razor Blade”
  • Jeff Hyde
  • Ryan Tyndell
  • Rodney Clawson
3:41
6. “Fast”
  • Bryan
  • Clawson
  • Luke Laird
3:26
7. “Move”
  • Bryan
  • Michael Carter
  • Jay Clementi
3:47
8. “Just Over”
  • Chase McGill
  • Brad Tursi
  • Jessie Jo Dillon
3:13
9. “Love It Gone”
  • Jody Stevens
  • Clementi
3:38
10. “Way Way Back”
  • Bryan
  • Gorley
  • Clawson
3:19
11. “To the Moon and Back”
  • Tom Douglas
  • Hillary Lindsey
  • Tony Lane
3:58
12. “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day”
  • Bryan
  • Davidson
  • Rhett Akins
  • Ben Hayslip
4:38
13. “Scarecrows”
  • Gorley
  • Trevor Rosen
  • Shane McAnally
3:38
Total length: 46:38

What Makes You Country

What Makes You Country is the sixth studio album by American American performer Luke Bryan, released in 2017. December 8 Album singles Light It Up and Most People Are Good both ranked fourth in Billboard Country Song Ranking.

The album has received some criticism from different critics. Nevertheless, in the first week of sales, 108 thousand copies of the album were sold in the US and What Makes You Country was ranked first in the Billboard 200 ranking, becoming the fourth player to reach the top of the rating.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “What Makes You Country”
  • Luke Bryan
  • Dallas Davidson
  • Ashley Gorley
3:55
2. “Out of Nowhere Girl”
  • Bryan
  • Davidson
  • Gorley
3:38
3. “Light It Up”
  • Bryan
  • Brad Tursi
2:57
4. “Most People Are Good”
  • David Frasier
  • Ed Hill
  • Josh Kear
3:41
5. “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset”
  • Zach Crowell
  • Ryan Hurd
  • Chase McGill
3:36
6. “Bad Lovers”
  • Davidson
  • Kyle Fishman
  • Justin Wilson
3:36
7. “Drinking Again”
  • David Lee Murphy
  • Brad Warren
  • Brett Warren
3:45
8. “Land of a Million Songs”
  • Bryan
  • Jeff Stevens
  • Jody Stevens
3:31
9. “Like You Say You Do”
  • Bryan
  • Gorley
  • Michael Carter
3:40
10. “Hooked on It”
  • Bryan
  • Davidson
  • Murphy
3:17
11. “She’s a Hot One”
  • Carter
  • McGill
2:55
12. “Hungover in a Hotel Room”
  • Rodney Clawson
  • Kear
  • Chris Tompkins
3:54
13. “Pick It Up”
  • Bryan
  • Clawson
  • Matt Dragstrem
2:59
14. “Driving This Thing”
  • Rhett Akins
  • Ben Hayslip
  • Jody Stevens
2:56
15. “Win Life”
  • Clawson
  • Ross Copperman
  • Nicolle Galyon
3:12
Total length: 51:32

In support if his last album Luke Bryan is going on a tour.