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Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, HARDY: “The Worst Country Song Of All Time”

Brantley Gilbert joins forces with Toby Keith and HARDY on “The Worst Country Song Of All Time,” available now, June 18th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

There are few things better than a star-studded collaboration in country music. Social media blew up when fans found out that Brantley Gilbert was going to join forces with the legendary Toby Keith and one of our favorite rising stars, HARDY. The three extremely talented men officially dropped a song today that they never thought they actually would. “The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is officially out.

The idea all started when HARDY threw out the title at a write with co-writers Gilbert, Hunter Phelps, and Will Weatherly. Although all the men took it as a joke, they started throwing out line after line. Eventually, a song formed. “We were listening to the demo after we finished it, and I said to HARDY, “Man, if we get a wild hair and decide we’re actually going to cut this, would you be cool with cutting it with me?,” Gilbert shares of his collaborator in a recent press release. “I’ll never forget, he looked at me and he said, ‘Absolutely.’”

“I hate beer and honky-tonk women // And I don’t eat deer and I can’t stand fishing // I don’t know the words to Family Tradition // Folsom Prison or Walk The Line // And I think sweet tea is overrated // And all dirt roads were made for paving // Yeah this is the worst country song of all time”

Clearly, the men had something, when they received a seal of approval from Toby Keith, who is also featured on the track. “The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is one of those songs that only these trio of guys could actually release. It pokes fun at all the stereotypical ‘country boy’ things and flips it on its head. With some killer one-liners and a catchy beat, the song is a bop for sure!

We hope this collaboration will lead to even more collaboration between the talented men. Until then, make sure you jam to this one!

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Brantley Gilbert joins forces with Toby Keith and HARDY on new song, “The Worst Country Song Of All Time”, available now, June 18th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, and HARDY announcements and releases.

To keep up with Brantley Gilbert, follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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To keep up with HARDY follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Brantley Gilbert: Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition) Album Review

Brantley Gilbert’s Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition), available now October 2nd, includes two new tracks “Old Friends” and “Hard Days”. Check out more about the special project below.
Brantley Gilbert's Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition)

Brantley Gilbert’s Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition) is available now, October 2nd

Brantley Gilbert, the singer-songwriter behind hit projects like the 2011 number one smash “Country Must Be Country Wide” and 2019 collaboration with Lindsay Ell “What Happens In A Small Town”, has released a deluxe edition to his latest album Fire and Brimstone. Two additional songs are featured, which allows the tracklist to extend the originally sizable project even more so with a new total of seventeen tracks.

Oftentimes, with each of Gilbert’s albums, he carries out these large collections of songs with his soft yet raspy tone among sentimental words and head-banging country party anthems, and Fire and Brimstone is no different.

One of the two new tracks, “Hard Days” may already be familiar to country fans as it was released back in June. This song focuses on experiencing difficult times in order to feel and, essentially, deserve the good days.

The second addition to the album, “Old Friends” follows the same approach while reflecting on the good old days in relation to where you stand today. More specifically, the song is a shout out to friends who have been the reason for specific memories and enjoyable experiences. The lyrics take an intriguing perspective on maintaining long-term relationships in order to cherish such times with those people who have stayed around since “you can’t make old friends” and “you can’t turn back time”.

Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition) is a continuation of Gilbert’s well-known style that consists of unexpected melodies and heartfelt dedications that portray an attractive vulnerability. Innocence and charm are readily and openly laid out through countless ballads. At the same time, songs such as “Fire’t Up” successfully achieve a hardcore country song that gets the crowd fired up.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Brantley Gilbert releases.

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Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition) is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music‘ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Brantley Gilbert Releases “Hard Days” During A Crucial Time

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Brantley Gilbert provides us with a small sense of hope in his new release, “Hard Days”. The naturally rough voice of this Georgia native mixed with the desperate tone over these plainly honest lyrics creates a sense of enlightenment.

“This song means a lot to me,” he states in a press release. “It’s been a long time since I’ve heard a song that can stand on its own lyrically. Brock Berryhill, Logan Wall, Jimi Bell, and Jay Brunswick gave me the opportunity to work with them, and it’s something I’m extremely proud to be a part of. I feel like all of us are in need of a little bit of healing and in need of a little bit of hope. And this song offers that.”

“If you never had hard days / If you never had a heartbreak / Never had more than you can take / Or carried the weight / Of life on your shoulders / Would you feel like you earned it? / Would you live with a purpose? / Or ever known your own strength / If you never had hard days?”

This song is one of many releases that have been given to the public during these difficult last few months. It comes at a time when every listener, every person, every soul, can empathize and interpret the message in the same way with a similar story.

This song is a reminder that sometimes all those hard days, and there will be countless, establish strength and a sense of purpose; the will for a better life and the courage to attain it.

“‘Hard Days’ is about finding and acknowledging hope in the midst of turmoil and taking the good with the bad,” shares Gilbert in a press release. “I look back on some of the harder times in my life and think about where things are now, and I’m thankful for the bad that led to the good.”

“You wouldn’t know what it’s like to dance in the rain / Never see the silver lining when the skies go gray / You wouldn’t know a dream come true from a few that don’t / You’d never find your way on a broken road”

To keep up with Brantley Gilbert, follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

“Hard Days” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Brantley Gilbert Partners with FVC & Musically Fed for 2020 Tour

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If you didn’t love Brantley Gilbert before, you’ll fall head over heels for him now. Gilbert just announced his 2020 Fire’t Up Tour, and this is not your regular run of the mill tour. Not only does he have back-to-back Platinum albums and a fanbase across the nation, but he also has a heart for leading and service.

Partnering with local farmer heroes to celebrate and boost local communities of the tour, Gilbert has set a standard for the way the music industry manages itself. No more selfless indulging but instead taking care of the places the artists visit, creating connections and giving back to thousands of people across the nation. He has partnered with Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC), an organization helping veterans pursue careers in farming, to purchase products for catering all along the tour. These veterans and farmers are the backbone of the United States and supporting and thanking them is Gilbert’s goal for this endeavor.

“A first for a Country music tour, Gilbert’s tour catering partner, Taste Event, will work with local farmers in 25 cities-and-counting on his 2020 tour to create a farm-to-catering approach for the tour’s footprint. Farmers, and their families, furnishing the food are invited to share their stories, dine with the tour, meet Gilbert, and stay for the show.” – BMLG Records

If that doesn’t warm your heart, another partner for the tour, Musically Fed, will aim to distribute excess food each night to organizations providing meals to the homeless, hungry, and food insecure.

We live in an interconnected world, with millions of struggling people, but the heart and strength of the country music industry has shown that we are a people that help each other in times of need, and can overcome any obstacle while enjoying the music we love. Brantley Gilbert is making an impact with his choices for the tour, an action that does not go unnoticed. Catch him on any of the cities on tour and celebrate the heart and love of this country.

UPCOMING FIRE’T UP U.S TOUR DATES
1/30  Moline, IL                                                3/20  Portland, OR
1/31  Highland Heights, KY                              3/21  Tacoma, WA
2/1    Salem, VA                                               3/26  Ontario, CA
2/6    Green Bay, WI                                        3/27  Fresno, CA
2/7    Minneapolis, MN                                     3/28  Las Vegas, NV
2/8    Milwaukee, WI                                        4/16  Greenville, SC
2/13  Greensboro, NC                                     4/17  Tuscaloosa, AL
2/14  Louisville, KY                                          4/18  Orange Beach, AL
2/15  Chattanooga, TN                                    4/23  Florence, SC
2/20  Evansville, IN                                          4/24  Charleston, WV
2/21  North Little Rock, AR                              4/25  Knoxville, TN
2/22  Tulsa, OK                                                4/30  Lincoln, NE
2/27  Toledo, OH                                              5/1    Sioux Falls, SD
2/28  Youngstown, OH                                     5/2    Grand Forks, ND
2/1    Pikeville, KY                                            5/8    Morrison, CO
3/19  Nampa, ID

 

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Lindsay Ell’s Vocals Shine on Haunting New Balled, “I Don’t Love You”

Lindsay Ell, Canadian born singer-songwriter wears her heart on her sleeve for her newly released single, “I Don’t Love You”. The release of this ballad accompanies an exciting first for the artist: a #1 American country radio single for her duet with Brantley Gilbert, “What Happens in a Small Town”. Earlier this year, Ell joined forces with country music veteran Brantley Gilbert to release this jam that has climbed the charts over the past few months.

We’re super excited for the up-and-coming singer and can’t wait for the momentum to keep going with “I Don’t Love You”. Prior to the official release, Ell teased the song during various live sets. After much anticipation, the studio version holds just as much emotion and exceeds fan expectations. The beautiful song shares the singer’s personal experience of going through a breakup, using a haunting amount of detail.

“I don’t open up a bottle with my dinner / ‘Cause I know that it’s just gonna sit out on the counter / And go bad just like the leftovers / You said to leave at the restaurant / I don’t go to anymore ‘cause I won’t go alone”

Ell opens up the song reflecting on her new reality of loneliness, while cleverly embedding memories from her lost relationship into the lyrics. The calming melody and soft guitar twangs throughout the verse bring the listener into a feeling of nostalgia and help build up to the powerful chorus. The Canada native belts into a heartbreaking and dramatic chorus, passionately singing the simple words: “I don’t love you baby / I don’t love you / No, I don’t love you anymore”  Ell’s vocals shine not only during the memorable chorus but throughout the song where she brings listeners on an emotional journey from start to finish.

We’re all very excited to hear what’s next in this new chapter of music. For now, we can catch the rising star take the stage at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards on November 13th.

To keep up with Lindsay Ell, follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

“I Don’t Love You” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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SHOP THE HERO COLLECTION

The Hero Collection by NYCountry Swag is inspired by the men and women of the Fire, Police and Military Departments across the country. A portion of sales from each purchase is donated to different foundations that support our heroes. We are dedicated to honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice.

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Exclusive Interview: Brantley Gilbert Chats About His Baby Daughter

During his New York City press album release week, Brantley Gilbert stopped by The Boogie Room located inside The Mondrian Park Avenue Hotel to chat with New York Country Swag about his new album, Fire & Brimstone as well as his new baby daughter and his upcoming tour.

Watch below for the full interview and to hear Gilbert’s hilarious answer to the question, “How will you act when your daughter brings home a boy she wants to date”.

Gilbert is heading out on his Fire’t Up Tour with Dylan Scott and Chase Rice in 2020. Find out more details about that tour here.

To keep up with Brantley Gilbert follow him on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter.

Fire & Brimstone is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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SHOP THE HERO COLLECTION

The Hero Collection by NYCountry Swag is inspired by the men and women of the Fire, Police and Military Departments across the country. A portion of sales from each purchase is donated to different foundations that support our heroes. We are dedicated to honoring their service and remembering their sacrifice.

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NYCS First Impression: Brantley Gilbert ‘Fire and Brimstone’

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Brantley Gilbert’s fifth album Fire & Brimstone is here, and it was worth waiting for. The 15-track album shows us a side of the country rebel that we don’t see too often. It’s filled with personal tracks about Gilbert’s struggles, marriage, and what it’s like to be a father. But don’t worry, Gilbert didn’t forget about the fans who enjoy his wild side as there are also quite a few fun and laidback songs that we are used to hearing from the singer-songwriter. What makes this album extra special is Gilbert either wrote or co-wrote each title. As soon as you hit play, you’re in for a ride.

The album starts off with “Fire’t Up.” Written by Gilbert, Brandon Day, and Justin Weaver, the guitar-driven track was the right choice to get the party started. It’s aimed at the artist’s fans who enjoy getting a little rowdy on the weekend. Continuing the party vibe but different from the usual alcohol party anthems we are used to, “Welcome to Hazeville” is a song honoring weed. The track came out just in April just in time for 4/20 and features Colt Ford, Lukas, and the iconic Willie Nelson, who is known for being vocal about marijuana. Written by Gilbert, Rodney Clawson, Andrew DeRoberts, and Ford, it has a mellow tune and does a good job mixing country and rap.

After starting out with the rock anthems, Gilbert takes us along for a personal journey. The first single and the track that completed the album, “What Happens in a Small Town” featuring Lindsay Ell quickly became a fan favorite and is currently climbing its way up the country charts. It’s the singer’s first duet with a female, and it doesn’t disappoint.  It tells a story about the Georgia native’s journey with his wife Amber and all the ups and downs they went through before ending up together. While it may be a song about Gilbert, it’s relatable to anyone who has had a rocky road in their relationship.

Continuing with the emotional vibe, the title track “Fire & Brimstone” shows off Gilbert’s vocals and writing skills as he wrote the song by himself.  Featuring Jamey Johnson and Alison Krauss, the acoustic track gets personal about Gilbert’s relationship with God and how he feels like he is perceived in the world.  The way the three voices overlap in the bridge really adds to the emotion.

Gilbert holds nothing back on this album, especially how he feels about his wife. “Man of Steel” shares how he wants to be there for his wife, no matter what life throws at them. Written by Gilbert, Brock Berryhill, and Cole Taylor, the track shows how strong the couple’s marriage is and the love he has for her. Superman may be a fictional character, but Gilbert does what he can to be a real-life hero. “Never Gonna Be Alone” piggybacks off that, with a faster tempo, he lets Amber know that she is never going to be alone.

The heartfelt “Man That Hung the Moon” ends the album. Inspired by Gilbert’s son and newborn daughter, the singer-songwriter goes into how life has changed becoming a father and hopes that one day his kids will accept him for the mistakes he made and who he turned out to be. Written solely by Gilbert, it puts the icing on the cake to a great album.

We’ve waited three years for this album and it most certainly did not disappoint. Seeing this side of Gilbert is something we can get used to. The singer-songwriter is celebrating Fire and Brimstone by hitting the road. First up is his second annual Kick It In The Sun Cruise where the singer-songwriter will be joined by Chase Rice, LANCO, Diamond Rio, Tyler Farr, Danielle Bradbury, Jon Langston, Colt Ford, Tyler Rich, SixForty1, Trea Landon, Sam Grow, Tyler Braden, Brian Davis, Tyler Booth, and more.

In January, Gilbert will be headed out on the Fire’t Up Tour with Rice, Dylan Scott, and Brandon Lay. They’ll kick things off in London, Ontario. Check out brantleygilbert.com to see if they’ll be stopping in your city!

To keep up with Brantley Gilbert follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Fire & Brimstone is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

 

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Brantley Gilbert Releases Emotional Video for “Man That Hung The Moon”

Ever since becoming a father, Brantley Gilbert has shared just how much being a father really means to him and created a very personal song to dedicate to his children. Gilbert shared on Instagram, “One of these days my son and future daughter are gonna realize I’m no superhero…. When I have to tell them I’m not the man that hung the moon…. if I’ve done my job right… they’ll know to hit their knees to find the Man who did.”

Getting inspiration in the hospital room when his son Barrett was born, Gilbert sings, “Lost my breath when I saw you take your first / My whole world stopped like that / And I ain’t the cryin’ type / But I just saw your eyes / Words just can’t describe what I see / You look just like me.”

The “Man That Hung The Moon” video perfectly shows the affection the Georgia native and his family have for each other. Clips put together from time in the studio, on the road, and his personal life, fans get an inside look at the balance Gilbert keeps. The passionate video starts with Gilbert getting up on stage after stage every night to perform but you can tell on his face backstage that he is missing something. Fast forward to clips of his son walking around the tour buses and his wife Amber out on the road and in the studio. Barrett seems to love being on the road and getting ice cream with his dad and watching the shows backstage with his mom. While touring keeps the family busy, they make an effort to have uninterrupted time on the road and to enjoy each other’s company. We picked this one as one of our July Monthly picks, check it out here.

Gilbert and his wife are expecting a little girl early fall and a new album is rumored to be released about the same time. The tough country singer has turned a page, soon to be a father of two, sharing a more personal side to him in each song he releases.

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Brantley Gilbert Released ‘4/20’ Inspired “Welcome to Hazeville”

Welcome to Hazeville

Country music’s bad boy, Brantley Gilbert is back with another hard-hitting collaboration. Back in December, the singer-songwriter released his duet with fellow songstress, Lindsay Ell, “What Happens in a Small Town,” which was subsequently sent to country radio. Now Gilbert has joined forces with Colt Ford, Lukas Nelson, and Wilson Nelson in “Welcome to Hazeville.”

In celebration of ‘4/20,’ the singer-songwriter premiered a new song, accompanied by a cheeky video for the track. Many country singers have been vocal about their support of recreational marijuana use in the past, but none more than Willie Nelson himself. Several artists have shared stories about “..hanging down with Willie on that laid-back vibe,” and mentioned those times in their own songs, such as Brothers Osborne’s “Weed, Whiskey And Willie.” Watch the video for “Welcome to Hazeville” below. Make sure to be on the lookout for a surprise ending.

Written by Gilbert with Ford, Rodney Clawson, and Andrew DeRoberts, “Welcome to Hazeville” is a lyrically clever track that mixes genres and musical arrangements. The men clearly had a fun time recording the song, as well as, appearing as cartoons in an animated video for the track that appears to mimic the vibe of Scooby-Doo cartoons. The video, like the song, is meant to be light-hearted and fun; despite, the controversial topic. Gilbert, like many other country artists, have never shied away from telling their truth in their music.

Although Gilbert has not yet shared the release date of his next record, the recording artist will be embarking on his headlining ‘2019 Not Like Us Tour,” bringing special guests Michael Ray and Lindsay Ell along for the ride. For tickets and more information head to brantleygilbert.com.

To keep up with Gilbert, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Welcome to Hazeville” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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[Watch] Brantley Gilbert & Lindsay Ell “What Happens in a Small Town”

What Happens in a Small Town Video

Photo Credit: BMLG/Joseph Llanes

Country singer-songwriters Brantley Gilbert and Lindsay Ell teamed up and released their brand new music video for “What Happens in a Small Town”. In Gilbert’s first ever duet, both him and Ell play storytellers narrating two young kids who can’t escape the memory of their past relationship. Gilbert wrote this song along with Brock Berryhill, Rhett Akins, and Josh Dunne and was inspired by his own life depicting his earlier days of falling in love, breaking up, eventually getting back together and finally marrying his wife Amber. A country ballad collaboration that has not only compelling vocals from Gilbert and Ell but their guitar instrumentals bring the song to an entirely different level.

With Ell set in a school hallway and Gilbert on an isolated main street road, the two reminisce of their high school relationship under Friday night lights at a football game and driving around town in her white jeep. Each scene depicts a memory that they just can’t seem to shake whether it be driving off into a country field, or hanging at the local bar. Gilbert and Ell prove breaking up is even harder to deal with when you are in a small town and it is expressed in the chorus:

“‘Cause what happens in a small town stays in a small town / Every back road, we’ve ever gone down / Friday night bleachers, Sunday pews / Ain’t a county line mile without a memory of you Every whisper, every room, I walk in / Every time the bartender fills it up again / Everybody knows why I’m here, and you ain’t around / ‘Cause what happens in a small town, stays in a small town”

There is no denying that Gilbert and Ell work effortlessly together, and create a captivating song that is easily relatable to us all. “What Happens in a Small Town” is a BIG glimpse into what Gilbert has in store for us when his upcoming album is released. Let the anticipation and excitement begin!

For a behind the scenes look at the making of the video with Gilbert and Ell, watch the video below.

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