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It’s been three years since Brantley Gilbert released an album, and in those three years, the life of the Georgia native has changed dramatically. The man Entertainment Weekly hails for “his swaggering guitars, catchy hooks, and a DGAF attitude,” is approaching life and music a bit differently these days – feeling confident in his relationship with music and with his fans, the BG Nation.

The Maysville, Georgia native established who he is on albums 1-4 and with that came the freedom to go deeper with his fifth studio album, FIRE & BRIMSTONE, available everywhere October 4 via The Valory Music Co FIRE & BRIMSTONE reflects life as it stands for Gilbert today: as a husband, father and one of Country music’s most honest and talented singer/songwriter/rockers.

With 15 songs – all written or co-written by Gilbert – the album includes already-released cuts like the personal ode to his children “Man That Hung the Moon,” the growl-heavy “Not Like Us” and the Top 15-and-climbing collaboration with Lindsay Ell “What Happens in a Small Town.”

The album also features a series of powerhouse collaborations with some of Country music’s finest artists such as Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Jamey Johnson, Lukas Nelson and Colt Ford.

Gilbert recently released the emotional music video for “Man That Hung the Moon.” Directed by Matt Zervos, the video once again shows the sheer electricity of Gilbert’s unrelenting live show along with never-before-captured footage of Gilbert with his family as the hit maker continues to navigate the constant juggling act between being a father and being one of Country music’s biggest stars.

Packed to the brim with tenacity, honesty and a rocking backbeat of determination that has set the foundation for a career that has scored him six No. 1 hits including “Country Must Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” the CMA Awards Song of the Year nominee “Dirt Road Anthem,” “My Kinda Party,” “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell Of An Amen,” FIRE & BRIMSTONE marks ten years since the release of his triumphant debut, A MODREN DAY PRODIGAL SON.


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