Bryan White (born February 17, 1974, in Lawton, Oklahoma) is an American country music artist. Signed to Asylum Records in 1994 at age 20, White released his self-titled debut album that year. Both it and its follow-up, 1996's Between Now and Forever, were certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, and 1997's The Right Place was certified gold. His fourth album, 1999's How Lucky I Am, failed to produce any major singles, and he was dropped from the label's roster.
White has charted seventeen singles on the Billboard country charts, of which four reached Number One: "Someone Else's Star" in 1995, "Rebecca Lynn" and "So Much for Pretending" in 1996, and "Sittin' on Go" in 1997. "So Much for Pretending" was the most successful of these songs, spending two weeks at Number One.
White was born in Lawton, Oklahoma in 1974, and raised in Oklahoma City. Raised by a musical family, White began playing the drums at age five through the instruction of his father. He also played in his mother's rock band and his father's country band as a teenager, and was encouraged to take up singing after his mother heard him sing during a sound check.
During his late teens, White