Luke Bryan Songs Ranked

Luke Bryan (born July 17, 1976, as Thomas Luther Bryan) is an American country music singer and songwriter. He began his music career writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington – before signing with Capitol Nashville with his cousin, Chad Christopher Boyd, in 2007. Bryan’s first ten albums – I’ll Stay Me (2007), Doin’ My Thing (2009), Tailgates & Tanlines (2011), Crash My Party (2013), Spring Break…Here to Party (2014), Spring Break…Checkin’ Out (2015), Kill the Lights (2015), Farm Tour… Here’s to the Farmer (2016), What Makes You Country (2017), and Born Here Live Here Die Here (2020) – have included 23 number-one hits. Bryan often co-writes with Jeff Stevens. Since 2018, Bryan has been a judge on American Idol. In 2013, Bryan was named “Entertainer of the Year” by both the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association. In 2019, Bryan’s 2013 album Crash My Party received the first Album of the Decade award from the Academy of Country Music. He has sold over 15 million albums and 60 million singles worldwide. Here are all of Luke Bryan’s songs ranked.

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20. Roller Coaster (Crash My Party, 2013)

“Heard this song for the first time the same night I heard Payback and this one I just loved. The words ran parallel with what was going on in my life at that time and so I really wanted to download it. I listen to it quite often and never get tired of hearing it.”

19. You Don’t Know Jack (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“One way to make me happy lately is to here that song. Although, Drink A Beer can’t be replaced in my heart. No words to say how much I love it, or how much it touches my heart. Thank you so much, Luke.”

18. Move (Kill the Lights, 2015)

“Typical Luke Bryan party song that I can’t get enough of. The beat is fun to move to – the lyrics are cute – the perfect song to listen to while exercising, cleaning house, etc. Makes you want to M-O-V-E!”

17. Been There, Done That (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“I love every single song on this CD. Luke Bryan is an up and coming artist. He is already a country music superstar. He is on the same caliber as Tim McGraw if not bigger. He is selling out shows and his CD Tail Lights and Tan Lines really launched him into super stardom.”

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16. Most People are Good (What Makes You Country, 2017)

“This has the best lyrics of any Luke Bryan song. This song is so meaningful, it’s awesome! Everything he puts out is excellent. This one especially because it is inspiring.”

15. Muckalee Creek Water (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“Right off the bat, at the start of the song, you can tell it’s gonna be good. Has sort of a Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N Roses vibe to it. Don’t have enough time or patience to analyze the entire song part by part, but this song just really struck me as good. Top three I believe should be Muckalee Creek Water, I Don’t Want This Night To End, and Rain is a Good Thing. Tailgates and Tanlines is obviously his best Album.”

14. Someone Else Calling You Baby (Doin’ My Thing, 2009)

“Hey this is the first Luke Bryan song that I heard I really like. Ok, he still hasn’t found his own voice/face apart from “hey look at me I’m kind of traditional and kind of a farm boy, yo!” and this song might as well (and betterly) recorded by Easton Corbin, but it’s a catchy song with a grooving hook, kind of like these smooth 70s hits you can turn up and enjoy and sing along if you wish.. and I see not much wrong with the subject matter either – how can that ever get old?”

13. Blood Brothers (Crash My Party, 2013)

“This song is so good, so much better than “Knockin’ Boots” in my opinion, this song deserves to be higher up where it can be seen with the other songs”

12. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“Country-sound and the pretty sexy boy image make him a safe income for the Nashville machine right now since every single of him does well. This is practically a carbon copy of “I Don’t Want This Night to End” with a bit of parting sentimentality inserted. Like he wants to ‘hit that’ before she goes. There once was a song called “For the Good Times” which summed this sentiment up perfectly therefore no one needs an average uptempo song for that.”

11. Dirt Road Diary (Crash My Party, 2013)

“Luke Bryan’s new album is excellent. There is not one bad song and is very enjoyable. Definitely falls on the country/rock spectrum.”

10. Crash My Party (Crash My Party, 2013)

“This song is another fabulous addition to his collection with sexy lyrics and that sultry, Southern drawl. Definitely a must for hard core Luke Bryan fans, and anyone looking for a great pick up song delivered with that charming, sly grin that makes women (and some men) swoon with adoration.”

9. Kick the Dust Up (Kill the Lights, 2015)

“He’s turned into one of my top most liked singers. Real good song and the line dance is fun, too. Freaking amazingly fun and awesome song. I love the beat. It’s incredibly addictive. It is oh so much fun especially on long drives. It passes the time and I can’t get enough.”

8. We Rode in Trucks (I’ll Stay Me, 2007)

“Luke Bryan is a phenomenal artist and one of my favorite country singers. This song fails to disappoint. It has a very nostalgic feel as he recalls his younger years. This hits home with me because I am a very nostalgic person.”

7. Drink a Beer (Crash My Party, 2013)

“Listening to Luke sing about the lost of a good friend is very inspirational because he doesn’t mourn the lost of his friend as if he will never see him again. But he celebrates the hopeful reunion in the future with a beer at their favorite place– the Pier where they use to drink a beer.”

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6. Country Girl (Shake It for Me) (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“This song is all about going out and having fun with a special girl. Good times with good clean fun is what I like and this song gets me there. Highly recommended.”

5. Drunk on You (Tailgates & Tanlines, 2011)

“This is just a fun, country album with some good dance tunes, some sultry southern notes, and some songs that just tell it like it is. LOVE IT!” It has been on my playlist for a while and it doesn’t get old!”

4. Rain is a Good Thing (Doin’ My Thing, 2099)

“Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey, whiskey makes my baby feel a little frisky! Love Luke Bryan This song is my least favorite song out of all Luke Bryan songs”

3. Play It Again (Crash My Party, 2013)

“This song will get stuck in your head and will have you singing it over and over again. Love it! Good beat, good lyrics, captures listener, good song.”

2. I Don’t Want This Night to End (Up Close With Luke Bryan, 2017)

“This song is most definitely too true for me. I feel just like this when I’m with that special person. We met in a chaotic, unusual way and there has been a bit of trouble with getting together, yet the very strong passion is there. Any time I have to leave, this song runs through my head and I truly do not want this night to end. Plus, Luke Bryan has amazing vocals, as always!!”

1. That’s My Kind of Night (Crash My Party, 2013)

“There was much hoopla over it in the press but I still bought it because I like it and that is all that matters. The bass. The lyrics. The tempo. It’s all good for dancing and carrying on like you’re having fun!”