- 6:23 am Friday, April 27th, 2018 by Staff Writer
- 5:54 am Monday, April 23rd, 2018 by Staff Writer
Brantley Gilbert is the proud owner of a deer farm in Alabama, and you can go hunting there. It’s called Countrywide Whitetails and it features 433 acres that are “high-fenced.”
It’s legitimately like an amusement park! They sell packages that include lodging, three meals a day, transportation to and from the stand, professional guides on your hunt . . . plus game cleaning and taxidermy prep. There’s even a fully stocked fishing pond.
We also know that Brantley Gilbert is a huge fan of the military and all who serve. We have seen that at his shows and in [More]
- 7:50 am Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 by Staff Writer
Brantley Gilbert has always been one to help the U.S. Veterans. He has been given multiple purple hearts from Veterans in the past because of his songs honoring them and the stories he has shared that he has heard along his journey as an artist. Well, continuing that longstanding commitment, Brantley Gilbert has partnered with the Pedigree brand to give companion dogs to eight veterans at various stops on his “The Ones That Like Me Tour” this spring. The partnership was formed earlier this year after Gilbert talked with experts on the best way to help service people trying to [More]
- 6:24 pm Friday, February 9th, 2018 by Staff Writer
He tells the “Knoxville News-Sentinel,” “I’m still figuring it out. It changed a little bit when I got married, and it’s changed a lot already so far since little man has been in the picture. So [More]
- 6:10 am Thursday, February 1st, 2018 by Staff Writer
Brantley Gilbert is switching it up completely for one of his shows on an upcoming tour! When he brings his “The Ones That Like Me Tour” to Nashville on May 4, he’ll be adding a classy touch to his hit-packed set. For one night only, Gilbert will be backed by The Ones That Like Me Orchestra as he hits the stage at Nashville’s outdoor Ascend Amphitheater. The orchestra is led by conductor Jim Gray, who has worked with everyone from Miranda Lambert and Barbara Streisand to renowned symphony orchestras across the country. Tickets go on sale this Friday (2/2) at [More]
- 6:05 am Friday, March 3rd, 2017 by Staff Writer
Brantley Gilbert is hitting the stage all summer long on his “Devil Don’t Sleep” tour and he is going out of his way to make sure fans get to be at his show, even if they think they can’t afford it. Gilbert has created a “Working Class Ticket” for his key amphitheater dates. Selected seats under the pavilion will only be $20 — priced similarly to the affordable lawn tickets that are typically much farther away.
“I know some of my most hardcore fans come for the music,” Brantley says. “They want to be under the roof, where they can really [More]