"Bryan White" was born February 17, 1974 in Lawton, Oklahoma. In the mid 1990s, when Bryan was only in his early twenties, he quickly became one of country music's hottest young stars earning four number one singles in a row with his songs "Someone Else's Star" and "Rebecca Lynn" from his debut album, and "So Much For Pretending" and "I'm Not Supposed to Love You Anymore" from his second album. Although one critic labelled Bryan's first two albums as "surprisingly mature", it was mainly teen fans which helped launch his success. The first issue of Teen Country magazine was devoted solely to him.
White won the Country Music Association "Horizon" award for the most promising artist of the year and earned several "Best Male Vocalist" nomiantions. His immense success inspired most of Nashville's record labels to sign up multiple young men in their early twenties with "pretty boy" looks and singing sugary love songs to attract the young audiences that made White a star. Only a few of these were briefly successful and soon country music radio rebeled, wiping them off the charts and damaging White's own career in the process. After having two platinum albums, his popularity faltered...
|Born||February 17, 1974|
|Years active||1996 - Present|