The country crooner, 40, told TODAY host Willie Geist that he was just 19-years-old when his brother Chris died in a car accident — and he had to push through the pain to achieve his success.
“It just totally rocked our family's world, rocked my world,” he confessed. “It makes you appreciate chasing dreams, you know. You're like, hey you get one go-round at this thing called life and it's very fragile, so you better go after your dreams.”
But, Bryan failed to mention how his sister Kelly’s death affected him in the brief clip1
He opened up in a 20/20 interview about the deaths, saying: "My only older siblings ... gone from the world, in a flash in two, two different, crazy, tragic manners, that ... we'll never know, and never understand."