June 2, 2014, NASH Magazine – Brantley Gilbert: Lessons Learned

Brantley Gilbert is drawing raves for his edgy material and his Southern rock-tinged vocal style. He’s faced a few challenges in his road to success, which he reveals in the NASH cover story.

Brantley admits that his mom has kept his life on track after going through a battle with alcohol. “If it wasn’t for my mom praying for me,” he says, “I probably would’ve been dead a long time ago.”

Brantley has also released his latest album, Just as I Am, which he notes goes from one spectrum to another. “You’ve got everything on this project,” he says.

Also in the NASH Q&A, Tyler Farr reveals his favorite tradition and the album you might be surprised he owns.

Check out the special 16-page NASH Magazine bonus insert inside the June 2 issue of Country Weekly.

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