- Date of Birth:
- March 23, 1986
- 6' 0"
Brett Eldredge (born Brett Ryan Eldredge on March 23, 1986 in Paris, Illinois) is an American country music singer. Brett grew up in Illinois and his parents bought him a guitar when he was young. By age 15, he was a performer in high demand for local functions. After he finished college, Brett moved to Nashville, relearning the guitar and becoming a singer-songwriter. Brett’s talent as a songwriter let him to work with some big country music legends, including “Whispering” Bill Anderson. Brett co-wrote Gary Allan’s hit, “I think I’ve Had Enough.” When Brett broke out on his own, his first three singles charted, with his third, “Don’t Ya,” reached the Top 20 of the Hot Country Songs. The song reached the No.1 spot on the Country Airplay charts in Aug. 2013, the same month he released his debut, “Bring You Back. Brett’s rising success in the music world has led him to tour with some big names. He was on the Red Tour with Taylor Swift in 2013, the 2014 Pain Killer Tour with Little Big Town and, in 2015, he joined Darius Rucker for the Southern Style Tour. That year, he co-headlined the Suits & Boots Tour with Thomas Rhett.
Best Known For:
Brett Eldredge is best known as a country music singer, with hit songs “Don’t Ya” and “Mean to Me.”
Brett has a web series on his official YouTube page called Couch Sessions, where he plays acoustic performances of his songs as well as covers. He is a life-long Chicago Cubs fan and on Memorial Day 2015, he sang “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” during the 7th Inning Stretch at Wrigley Field.