Brantley Gilbert Songs Ranked

Brantley Keith Gilbert (born January 20, 1985) is an American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer from Jefferson, Georgia. He was originally signed to Colt Ford’s label, Average Joes Entertainment, where he released Modern Day Prodigal Son and Halfway to Heaven. He is now signed to the Valory division of Big Machine Records where he has released four studio albums—a deluxe edition of Halfway to Heaven, Just as I Am, The Devil Don’t Sleep, Fire & Brimstone, and 11 country chart entries, four of which have gone to number one. He also co-wrote (with Colt Ford) and originally recorded Jason Aldean’s singles “My Kinda Party” and “Dirt Road Anthem.” Here are all of Brantley Gilbert’s songs ranked.

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10. My Kind of Crazy(Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“It doesn’t hurt that Brantley Gilbert had a hand in all the songs! Actually this is why you feel so connected to the songs, you know they are from him and have a real meaning and you can feel it.”

9. The Weekend (The Devil Don’t Sleep, 2017)

“Is there a sing album this guy has done that I don’t fall in love with? Still one of my favorite artists to date. I love this new album and am never disappointed by a song done by him. Super happy and pleased with this one.”

8. Hell On Wheels (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“The first song Hell On Wheels ropes you in. That is my favorite song on the CD. I listen to it 3 times going to and from work. I hope I get to see him perform it live. I hear his concerts rock.”

Halfway To Heaven (Deluxe Edition) - Album by Brantley Gilbert | Spotify

7. One Hell of an Amen (Just as I Am, 2014)

“One Hell of an Amen” is the most emotional song on the album and it is a truly beautiful song and has a beautiful sentiment. The grit in his voice is evident in every song, but it never gets old.”

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6. You Don’t Know Her Like I Do (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“This singer/songwriter has come back with another great album. Definitely country driven, but Brantley sure does know how to deliver. With many popular country party tunes and some more great ballads, this is yet another albun that you should take a chance to listen to.”

5. More Than Miles (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“He has always been a good artist. This album shows a more rock, and a more serious, side of his talent. I think that he won’t “fade away”, like a lot of other artists, who get stuck in one sound. Brantley’s album revolutionizes country music. It could be the future of a whole new genre!”

Music review: Brantley Gilbert - 'Just as I Am' | Clints Music Review |

4. Country Must Be Country Wide (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“Brantley is such a talented songwriter and singer. He can make you wanna party, dance, fight, love and forgive all in one CD. 🙂 One of my favorites EVER. I hope he meets his potential and becomes the SUPERSTAR I think he is.”

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3. Kick It In the Sticks (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“Brantley Gilbert is the next big thing in country music. He writes awesome songs and sings them just as well. Jason Aldean has also given his songs some great voice. I hope he continues to write songs and sing them.”

2. Small Town Throwdown (Just as I Am, 2014)

“If you love Brantley’s style you will like this. It is so nice to see a songwriter write every song on every album. He is a songwriter first, entertainer second. He speaks the truth. If this isn’t your thing then you may want to move on to something else.”

Fire & Brimstone - song by Brantley Gilbert, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss |  Spotify

1. Bottoms Up (Halfway to Heaven, 2010)

“This is the best of the best. There is not a bad song on this cd. This is southern rock at its best. Brantley Gilbert is a combination of Lynard Skinner Hank Williams Jr. and Kidd Rock. I highly recommend this cd to everyone. You will not be disappointed.”