Biography / Wiki
One of the successful and inspirational figures, Brantley Gilbert is an American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer who has released 5 studio albums and 1 compilation album.
Currently, he signed to the Valory division of Big Machine Records and has a four-country chart number-one singles including “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do”, “Bottoms Up”, “Country Must Be Country Wide”, and “One Hell of an Amen”.
For his contribution to music, he won several awards such as 3 ACM awards, and BMI Country Award, and was even nominated for two Billboard Music Awards in 2015. He also captured an incredible fan base and became one of the most popular faces of his tours and shows.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 20 January 1985, Brantley turns 38 years old. He is towering tall with a height of 183 centimeters and 6’0” in feet & inches. He possesses a fit and healthy personality with a weight of 80 kilograms and 178 lbs in pounds.
He seems attractive with his green eyes and light brown hair. His body measures 40 inches chest, 31 inches waist, and his biceps size is 14 inches approximately.
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Brantley Gilbert is $15 million and his income comes from contracts, record sales, tours, and concerts.
Education / Family
Brantley was born and raised in Jefferson, Georgia, USA, and belongs to the white Caucasian ethnicity. He is born to his father Keith Gilbert and his mother Becky Gilbert. He also has a brother named Kolby Gilbert. As of his education, he completed his education at Georgia College and State University.
|Jefferson, Georgia, USA
|Date Of Birth
|20 January 1985
|In centimeters – 183 cm
In feet inches – 6’0”
|In Kilograms – 80 kg
In Pounds – 178 lbs
|Georgia College and State University
|Jefferson, Georgia, USA
Career / Fashion And Style
As of his career, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career and signed to Warner Chappell Publishing. After that, he signed with Average Joes Entertainment and released his debut studio album, Modern Day Prodigal Son. In 2010, he released his second studio album, Halfway to Heaven under the same record label.
His second album Halfway to Heaven was certified by RIAA gold. In 2011, he signed with a division of Big Machine Records, Valory Music Co. In 2011, he re-released his album, Halfway to Heaven with bonus tracks. After that, his singles “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” and “Country Must Be Country Wide” reached number one in the country chart.
In 2013, he embarked on an eight-day USO tour in Italy and Kuwait. In 2014, he released his third studio album, Just As I Am which was reached the number in the country chart. In 2015, he released a compilation album, Read Me My Rights. In 2017, he released his fourth studio album, The Devil Don’t Sleep which has singles “The Weekend” and “The Ones That Like Me”.
In 2018, he released a lead single, “What Happens in a Small Town”. In 2019, Gilbert launched his fifth studio album with the name of Fire & Brimstone which reached number one in the country album chart. In 2020, Gilbert released another single with the name “Hard Days”. On Aldean’s album 9, he also wrote the track “The Same Way”.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife, and More
Reflecting on his personal life, he is a married man who tied the marriage knot in June 2015 with Amber Cochran in a small ceremony at his home. The couple was blessed with a son Barrett Hardy-Clay Gilbert and a girl named Braylen Hendrix Gilbert.
He also dated Jana Kramer in 2012 as well as got engaged on 20 January 2013 but the couple split in August 2013.
|Son – Barrett Hardy-Clay Gilbert
Daughter – Braylen Hendrix Gilbert
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|Favorite Musical Instrument
Some Interesting Facts About Brantley Gilbert
- Brantley runs a YouTube channel under his own name “Brantley GilbertVEVO”.
- In 2012, he won the Academy of Country Music Awards for New Male Vocalist of the Year.
- His single “More Than Miles” is inspired by his wife, Amber Cochran.
- He has inked a tattoo that showed support of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.
- When he was 19 years old, he faced a near-fatal truck accident.
- He highly admired his mother and father.
- When he was 13, he started writing and singing original music.
- He is a huge fan of Brian McKnight and loves to work with Eminem.
- His songs “Saving Amy” and “She’s My Kind of Crazy” are related to his personal experience as both are related to his friend Brantley’s from high school and a girl he dated respectively.