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BryanWhite2It looks like the “AlDub” fever gets the better of Bryan White.

Bryan is the voice behind “God Gave Me You”, the song that has become a national anthem for the blossoming romance between actor Alden Richards and dubsmash queen Maine “Yaya Dub” Mendoza, the main stars of Eat Bulaga’s Kalyeserye.

The song was released in 1999, one of the tracks in Bryan’s fourth studio album ”How Lucky I Am.”

READ: ‘AlDub’ makes history anew with 12 million tweets

For a while now, AlDub fans have been tweeting the 41-year-old American country singer, expressing their fondness and appreciation for the song that captured the hearts of millions of Filipinos.

But Bryan, who goes by the Twitter handle @bryan_white, was first clueless about what the fans were gushing over.

On September 18, the day before the AlDub “Saturdate” took place, he asked: What is #ALDUB? A wedding?

“What is a love team? Forgive me for not knowing. Lol,” he asked again, hoping to be enlightened more. His question earned quite satisfying answers, much to the delight of the fans.



      Nationally known recording artists come together to support education for under served youth. 

7809088Edina A Better Chance Foundation Presents a Fundraising Concert, featuring Grammy Winning Country Star Bryan White,
Grammy Nominated R and B singer Stokley Williams, and The Peterson Brothers, from the First Family of Music in Minnesota.

Information on Edina ABC Foundation:

• Their mission is to substantially increase the number of well educated
young people of color
• They are celebrating 43 years in the Edina community
• They are entirely self funded 501(c) 3 organization
• Students are from urban schools around the country
• Students attend Edina School District from 9-12 grade
• 100% High School Graduation Rate
• Alumni go on to attend colleges and universities around the country

Minneapolis R and B/Funk Royalty Stokley Williams (Mint Condition), St Paul Peterson (The Time/The Family/Steve Miller Band) and Ricky Peterson (Prince/David Sanborn) are performing a very unique concert that mixes their classic sound with the great modern country sound of Nashville, featuring Grammy Award Winner Bryan White. "These two worlds are not as different as they may seem," says Paul Peterson. "I
feel that Bryan White is one of the most soulful singers in the world; he just happens to sing country music.  I thought it would be a unique musical experience to fuse the Minneapolis andthe Nashville Sound." All the performers will be playing their hits, and also will perform some songs together.  "We are excited to do this concert for such a great cause."

• Concert Oct 1st, 2015 at 7 pm, doors open at 6 pm
o Edina Performing Arts Center
6754 Valley View Rd, Edina, MN 55439
• VIP tickets are $100
o Reserved seating,
o Reception with musicians after the show
• General admission is $25
• Free Parking
• For advanced tickets and more info, go to
• Tickets also available at the door.

Join Bryan for a signing at the Grand Opening Event of the Clarksville, TN location of the Professional Teeth Whitening Centers of America.

Who:  Bryan White
What: Personal Appearance / Signing
Where:  Governor's Square Mall - 2801 Wilma Rudolph Blvd - Clarksville, TN
When: September 5th - 2 to 4 pm


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'Shine' - the latest release by Bryan White is available for purchase on this website and also in digital outlets worldwide.  Whether you prefer an autographed CD or a download, we would like to thank you for your continued support!  Be sure and check out Bryan's tour dates and catch a show when he's near your town.  Click here for the full schedule.

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By Rachel Snyder

Longtime country music artist Bryan White played a heartfelt show in his home state Friday night.

White, 40, performed at the Simmons Center as part of the Chisholm Trail Arts Council’s CTAC Live concert series.

He’s a Lawton/Fort Sill native who grew up in a musical family. Throughout his career, White has had 17 singles on Billboard’s Country charts, six number-one singles, two platinum records and two gold records.

“I love music because it’s blind to color or gender,” he said. “It brings people together.”

White now lives in Nashville, Tennesee, but makes frequent stops in his home state. He took the stage at the Simmons Center last New Year’s Eve and attended the Lt. Governor’s Turkey Hunt in April.

“It’s always a privilege to come home, I’m glad to be back in Oklahoma,”  he said. “I get calls to come to Oklahoma during the holidays.”

White performed some of his older tunes, music from his new album, “Shine,” and classic Christmas songs.

White performed the upbeat song “Sittin’ On Go,” and the more somber “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” and “So Much for Pretending” from his 1997 album “Between Now and Forever,” as well as the newer “Dustbowl Dreams” inspired by a book about living in the Dustbowl.

“I re-connected with my roots and I’m a product of people who stuck it out,” White said. “I’m an Oklahoman.”

He also performed a Gospel-style tune, “Amen,” from his new album, and Christmas music, including “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire” and “Our Savior Is Born.”

For one night only on October 29th the Maui Sugar Mill Saloon in Tarzana, CA was home to singer-songwriters Bryan White and Scotty Emerick as the final stop on a west coast run. Having seen these two long time best friends perform before I knew it would be magical and fun. The evening was presented by the California Country Show headed up by local artist country radio podcast host Dave Bernal. Dave keeps country music alive and well in Southern California.
Opening the evening was local Fullerton, CA country singer-songwriter Alice Wallace. Her sound is a mix of country, folk, blues and rock bringing to mind Bonnie Rait, Emmy Lou Harris and the twang of Loretta Lynn yet continuing to stay true to herself. Since the release of her debut album in 2011 Alice has gained national attention and praise for her uniqueness and style.
When I mentioned earlier that Bryan and Scotty together would be magical and fun I was right on the mark. The acoustic set was filled with stories, jabs, music and laughter. The respect these two friends have for one another is so evident and refreshing to see. Bryan treated the room to some of his hits, “Rebecca Lynn,” “So Much For Pretending,” “Sittin On Go” and “Amen” from his latest album release, “Shine.” Scotty sang some of his songwriting hits, “I Love This Bar,” “Beer For My Horses,” “Love Me Like My Dog,” “I Can’t Take You Anywhere” and a new song he has written (which I hope I am pardoned for possibly not getting the title correct. I got lost in the music and did not grab my note pad fast enough) “There’s No More Where That Came From.” It was small stage, but a big show.