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Luke Bryan opens up about dealing with the death of his siblings

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - JULY 30: Luke Bryan performs during the Proud To Be Right Here Tour at Bridgestone Arena on July 30, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images)

In a recent interview with Sunday TODAY, Luke Bryan talked about dealing with the deaths of his siblings over the years.

His older brother Chris died in 1996, and his sister Kelly died in 2007. Kell’s husband Lee died of a heart attack in 2014.

“When you start talking about the loss of siblings and even the loss of my brother-in-law — I mean, he was my brother, he had been in my life since I was 7, 8 years old — and the hesitancy is, gosh, you almost feel anxiety of telling aspects of your life that are so tragic,” Luke said.

“I have to remember there are people out there that have gone through similar stuff that I have. And so me telling my story of how we get through this as a family, you pray, and you feel like you’re going to help some people.”

During the interview, he also shared a snippet of his new song, “Songs You Never Heard,” which is about his brother.


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