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Brantley Gilbert to Release Just As I Am on May 19

Brantley Gilbert to Release Just As I Am on May 19

Brantley Gilbert photo by James Minchin, courtesy of BMLG.

Brantley Gilbert will release his new album, Just As I Am, his first new music in four years, on May 19. Brantley wrote or co-wrote every track on his album and says it is the next chapter in his ongoing life story.

“I have always said that each of my albums has told a story… my story, and this album is no different,” he said. “This one picks up where Halfway To Heaven left off. 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.”

The album’s lead single, “Bottoms Up,” has sold more than 650,000 copies to date and recently spent time at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart. Over the weekend, 40,000 of Brantley’s fans helped unveil the project’s cover art by using the hashtag #JustAsIAm on Twitter and Facebook to unlock the cover piece by piece.

A deluxe version of the album will be released exclusively at Walmart and will include three additional tracks. Brantley will kick off his Let It Ride Tour on March 27.

Just As I Am Tracklisting

  1. “If You Want A Bad Boy”
  2. “17 Again”
  3. “Bottoms Up”
  4. “That Was Us”
  5. “I’m Gone”
  6. “My Baby’s Guns N’ Roses”
  7. “Lights Of My Hometown”
  8. “One Hell Of An Amen”
  9. “Small Town Throwdown”
  10. “Let It Ride”
  11. “My Faith In You”

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Posted at 7:57 am, March 26, 2014 | Permalink

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