Luke Bryan is a married man. He is married to his college sweetheart, Caroline Boyer. He first met her at Georgia Southern University, at a local bar called Dingus Magees when Bryan was a senior and Boyer was a freshman. They married on December 8, 2006. They have two children together, both sons, named Thomas Boyer Bryan (Bo), age seven, and Tatum Christopher Bryan (Tate), age five. His sister, Kelly died in 2007, followed by her husband Ben Lee Cheshire in 2014. Then he and his wife began raising their nephew Tilden (Til).
He went to Nashville years later after his father told him to pack his truck to pursue a career in music. He started gaining success as a songwriter. He then signed as a performer and his first big hit came with "All My Friends Say". Once he was invited to perform at the famous Grand Ole Opry, his older sister, Kelly, organized 129 people to attend his Opry debut. However, a few days after his performance, his sister died an unfortunate death at home for unknown reasons. After he arrived in Nashville, he joined a publishing house in the city. His debut success was the title track of Travis Tritt's 2004 album My Honky Tonk History. He was then signed by Capitol Records to a recording contract. In the meantime, Bryan co-wrote Billy Currington's single "Good Directions", which went to number 1 on the Hot Country Songs charts in mid-2007.