Brantley Gilbert Concerts
Brantley Gilbert embarks on his first tour of the nation. Born in Georgia, Gilbert grew up listening to a wide range of pop, rock, soul, and country. After a near-fatal accident at age 19, he redoubled his efforts on creating a new brand of country music, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee. His first album, 2009's Modern Day Prodigal Son,displayed the burgeoning talent of a country act with broad mainstream appeal. His sophomore album, Halfway to Heaven, reached number two on the country charts, and number four on the Billboard Hottest 200. He claimed his first country number one single with Country Must Be Country Wide, asserting his own ambitions for the musical genre; his second number one, You Don't Know Her Like I Do, expressed a more intimate, vulnerable side. In 2013, the Academy of Country Music crowned him New Male Vocalist of the Year. To see what all the fuss is about, buy Brantley Gilbert concert tickets here!
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