Mid Florida Amphitheatre Music Festival

Brantley Gilbert is among the most sought after artists in country music. The multi-talented Georgia native has shown his talent at singing, songwriting, and producing records. Now signed with all the Valory division of Big Machine Records, he was able to make 11 state chart entries. One of his 11 country chart entries, 4 tunes forced him conquer the number one place. These tunes were”Country Must Be Country Wide”, “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do”, “Bottoms Up”, and”One Hell of an Amen”. Not bad for a relatively new artist at the nation scene

Brantley Gilbert is especially admired for his truthful and relatable song lyrics. You have his strike”One Hell of an Amen” that is his tribute to two guys who have fought different but hard struggles with bravery. One is Brantley’s close friend who had to fight a battle with leukemia and eventually had to succumb to it but not before telling his physicians bravely to”bring it on”. The other is a hero from his hometown, yet another close friend who was killed in combat while serving in Iraq. This fairgrounds amphitheatre is great source of midflorida amphitheatre brantley gilbert.

The hit song “Man That Hung the Moon” was written for his children, as he wondered how one day his kids will learn about his past and how he would need to sit down and explain his mistakes. Brantley Gilbert had a past painted using a near-fatal automobile crash and alcohol and drug addiction. Thankfully he entered rehab and was able to stay clean and sober with the help of his new-found religion and the help of his loved ones members and friends.

This has left him a really humble state artist and he’s known to talk to everybody with much respect, which makes him a favorite among these media.

It is possible to grab Brantley Gilbert MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre concert September if you’d like to understand this intriguing country artist better. Tickets will soon be sold out shortly so reserve yours although you still have the opportunity.

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