When he isn’t performing live, you can probably find Luke Bryan at one of his two homes. He is a superstar in country music.
Bryan and his wife Caroline raise his two sons and his sister’s three children, who they adopted after she and her husband left, on their Florida beach property.
The 150-farm complex is called Red Bird Farm in honor of Kelly’s love of red birds.
Bryan’s brother Chris passed away in a car accident when he was 19 years old, and Kelly also passed away unexpectedly in 2017.
The coroner and pathologists were unable to determine the circumstances surrounding her sudden death while she was at home with her young child. Her husband, Ben Lee Cheshire, raised Jordan, Kris, and Til, who are now in their 20s until Cheshire died in 2014.
After that, the Bryans adopted their one nephew and two nieces.
Tragically, Caroline’s niece Sadie Brett died of a heart condition when she was just seven months old.
“I’ve seen my family go through ups and downs when we get angry at God and we get angry at why this has occurred,” Luke stated. “Well, you keep trying, trying to be as positive as possible, and trying to appreciate each day.”
“You have to honor their memory by living,” Luke observed. You must set a good example for others.” If you live long enough, life will get you a little bit.”
Red Bird Farm includes a 10,000-square-foot main house, a 1,800-square-foot guest house, and a 7,000-square-foot party barn.
As a result, the Bryan house is occupied by a large number of people.
The Bryan family values having family nearby and paying tribute to those who have passed away.