Brett Eldredge celebrates his first #1 by jumping out of a plane

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Caption: Brett Eldredge with USA Today’s Brian Mansfield, TV/radio personality
Storme Warren, AXS Live’s Ashley Eicher, friends, family, management, WMN staff,
and other lucky jumpers just prior to his first skydive in celebration of his
first No. 1 single “Don’t Ya.”

Press release:

Powerhouse vocalist Brett Eldredge celebrated scoring his first No. 1 single, "Don't Ya," by jumping out of an airplane on Tuesday at Skydive Tullahoma in Tullahoma, TN. He was joined by family, management, WMN staff, TV and radio personality Storme Warren, USA Today's Brian Mansfield, AXS Live's Ashley Eicher and other lucky jumpers. "Don't Ya" is off of Eldredge's first studio album, Bring You Back, which was released August 6 on Atlantic Records.

The past few months have seen the "Don't Ya" singer making his late night debut on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and appearing on "Today" and "Live with Kelly & Michael." Eldredge also opened 19 dates this spring for superstar Taylor Swift on "The RED Tour" and can currently be seen throughout the country at select tour dates with Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert.

Chicago Sun Times recently described the Illinois native's impressive vocals as "exud[ing] a magical combination of innocence and heartiness" and Billboard noted "there is a touch of gravel in Eldredge's voice which he presents with a commanding, soulful delivery." In addition, Warner Music Nashville President & CEO John Esposito raves, "Brett is a force of nature that one is lucky enough to bump into once in a lifetime. His powerful yet intimate voice stopped me in my tracks." For further information and a list of complete tour dates please visit: www.bretteldredge.com.

For
more information, please visit http://www.bretteldredge.com  / facebook.com/bretteldredge / Follow: @bretteldredge

[Photo above courtesy press release/Photo below courtesy Brett's Facebook]

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