Can Luke Bryan Top Luke Bryan?

“It’s Tough to Outdo What I’ve Done”

The first song I heard from Luke Bryan wasn’t one he cut.

It was Travis Tritt’s “Honky-Tonk History,” off Tritt’s 2004 album My Honky Tonk History. Then there was Billy Currington’s hit song, “Good Directions.” That one was released almost exactly ten years ago.

About a year later, Bryan put “Good Directions” on his debut album I’ll Stay Me as a bonus track. On that album, he wrote all but one of the tracks.

So Bryan’s songwriting chops were obvious right out of the gate.

But now that he’s in the thick of a very big career, Bryan told me he isn’t so determined to write on every track on every album.

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