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Brett Eldredge
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    (March 23, 1986- )
    Born in Paris, Illinois
    Brett Ryan Eldredge
    Albums include 'Bring You Back,' 'Illinois,' and 'Glow'
    Popular singles include 'Raymond,' 'It Ain't Gotta Be Love,' 'Don't Ya,' 'Beat of the Music,' 'Mean to Me,' 'Lose My Mind,' 'Drunk on Your Love,' 'Wanna Be That Song,' and 'Somethin' I'm Good At'
    Performed 'Phone Call to God' for the soundtrack of 'The Shack' (2017)
    Sang the 'Forever Country' medley, along with 30 other selected country artists, CMA Awards 50th Anniversary (2016)
    He's part of the budding and growing 'bro country' genre.
    He wore a straight jacket for his 'Lose My Mind' music video.
    He looks like Craig Morgan, but he's usually confused with Brett Young.
    He admitted to bringing his entire band/crew along on one of his dates.
    He likes to joke about being a country star who was 'born and raised in Paris' (then adding that he's talking Illinois and not France, before it completely sinks in).
    When BuzzFeed asked him what his favorite curse word was, he answered: 'I like all of them!' (Neato!)
    The lyrics of 'Don't Ya' were spoofed in Maddie & Tae's 'Girl in a Country Song' ('cut those jeans just right' - 'it's getting kinda cold in these painted on cutoff jeans').
    He started out co-writing tracks for Gary Allan and Bill Anderson.
    He received a Country Music Association Awards nomination for New Artist of the Year (2014).
    His won the CMT 'Performance of the Year' Award for 'Beat of the Music' (2015).
    He is best buddies with Thomas Rhett, and they do promotional tours together frequently.
    His debut music video, 'Raymond,' was based on his grandmother's real-life struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
    He loves tweeting images of himself with his dog, Edgar (named after his home county), who almost always accompanies him on tour.
    What are the odds that you film a music video at Wrigley Field dressed as a Chicago Cub the same year they win their first World Series in over a century!?
    He cites his artistic role models as Ray Charles, Keith Urban and Frank Sinatra (although he loves the entire Rat Pack).
    'Don't Ya' reached #1 on the Country Airplay chart, in 2012 (he celebrated by facing his fear of heights and going sky-diving).
    He promotes his albums/music videos in very creative, sometimes self-parodying, ways (e.g. doing a mock 'Cut Em Just Right' jeans infomercial for his 'Don't Ya' single).

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