Brantley Gilbert To Release Third Studio Album in May

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• March 17, 2014

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Brantley Gilbert will release his third studio album, Just As I Am, on The Valory Music Co. on May 19. Gilbert had a hand in writing every track, including the solo compositions “That Was Us” and “Let It Ride.”

Co-writers on the project include Troy Verges, Ben Hayslip, Rhett Akins, Brett James, Justin Weaver, Tony Martin, Wendell Mobley, Brian Davis, David Tolliver, Forest Glen Whitehead, Mike Dekle, Dallas Davidson and Jeremy Spillman.

“I have always said that each of my albums has told a story… my story, and this album is no different. This one picks up where Halfway To Heaven left off,” said Gilbert. “I have gone through a lot the past few years… a lot of highs and lows and all of that is reflected in this project. My fans know I’m a straight shooter so I didn’t leave anything out. I think there is something for everyone — from my party side to the gentler stuff. I can’t wait to share this new music with the BG Nation.”

TRACKLIST

“If You Want A Bad Boy” (Brantley Gilbert, Troy Verges)
“17 Again” (Brantley Gilbert, Ben Hayslip, Rhett Akins)
“Bottoms Up” (Brantley Gilbert, Brett James, Justin Weaver)
“That Was Us” (Brantley Gilbert)
“I’m Gone” (Brantley Gilbert, Wendell Mobley, Tony Martin)
“My Baby’s Guns N’ Roses” (Brantley Gilbert, Brian Davis, David Tolliver)
“Lights Of My Hometown” (Brantley Gilbert, Brian Davis, Forest Glen Whitehead)
“One Hell Of An Amen” (Brantley Gilbert, Mike Dekle, Brian Davis)
“Small Town Throwdown” (Brantley Gilbert, Ben Hayslip, Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson)
“Let It Ride” (Brantley Gilbert)
“My Faith In You” (Brantley Gilbert, Jeremy Spillman)

Gilbert’s second headlining tour, the Let It Ride Tour, will launch March 27 with guests Thomas Rhett and Eric Paslay.

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