Bryan chalks up digital gold
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Bryan chalks up digital gold

Monday, August 23, 2010 – Luke Bryan scored his second consecutive RIAA certified gold digital single for his multi-week number one hit Rain Is A Good Thing.

In the last nine months, Bryan has celebrated his first number one with Do I, a gold single. Bryan was also recently named the Academy of Country Music's Top New Artist and Top New Solo Vocalist, both fan-voted, and won a CMT trophy for the fan-voted USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of The Year for his Do I music clip. The Georgia native also received two Teen Choice Award nominations as Male Country Artist and Country Album.

Bryan is on the road with Jason Aldean and his Wide Open Tour this fall.


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