Brantley Gilbert built a grassroots fanbase in and around Georgia before trying his luck in Nashville. His first success was as a songwriter, as he helped pen a number of Colt Ford songs, as well as Jason Aldean’s ‘Dirt Road Anthem.’ Ford signed him to his Average Joes record label, but after releasing a couple of singles, Gilbert moved to the Valory Music Co. Along the way, he began to clean up his bad boy image. He quit drinking and made a commitment to every aspect of his craft. A high profile engagement with Jana Kramer ended in the summer of 2013. ‘Just as I Am’ is his third studio album. So far, he’s scored four Top 10 hits and three Gold singles.
Birthday: January 20, 1985
Top Songs: ‘Country Must Be Country Wide,’ ‘Bottoms Up’
Fun Fact: Brantley was a pretty good baseball player in high school, and he still plays competitive softball when he can. He also played football and did a little lifting.
Brantley Gilbert has announced that his next album will hit stores and digital retailers in January, titled The Devil Don't Sleep. During a Facebook live chat with fans the "The Weekend" singer shared details of his fourth studio album and a tour.
There are sure going to be some disappointed country music fans in Houston on Friday night (Sept. 9), as Brantley Gilbert's Take It Outside Tour date that was scheduled at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has been canceled.
Miranda Lambert's emotional moment with a soldier's sign sent us on a search for some more of country music's best military tributes. Artists are overwhelmingly supportive of the troops, with dozens of planned tributes every year. These five moments were spontaneous decisions to honor one particular soldier, or his family.
The soundtrack to Madden NFL ’17 will be officially released on Aug. 23, and includes 40 tracks from artists in every genre. Several country acts are featured on the lengthy playlist, including Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Brantley Gilbert, High Valley, Cale Dodds and Goodbye June...
It may seem like it's always glitz and glam for country music's biggest stars, but they didn't all come by their storytelling ability naturally. Sadly, many singers have encountered great tragedies in their lives, or have overcome sharp odds to get where they are today.
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