Brantley Gilbert is gearing up to hit the road on his newly announced “Not Like Us Tour,” set to hit stages across the US this summer!
The 12-date outing kicks off June 20 in Cincinnati, OH and will include stops in Hartford, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, and Alpharetta. A final performance in Charlotte, NC will wrap things up on October 11.
Gilbert will be supported by fellow country artists Lindsay Ell and Michael Ray for the entirety of the tour. Ell and Gilbert duet on his single “What Happens in a Small Town,” which served as the leadoff single to his upcoming fifth studio album and has been steadily climbing the Country Airplay chart since its release in December 2018.
The “Not Like Us Tour” is named for Gilbert’s latest single “Not Like Us,” which was just released over the weekend.
Who Is Brantley Gilbert?
Award-winning Country artist Brantley Gilbert jumpstarted his music career in the early 2000s, blending together his southern roots with influences from heartland greats like John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, and Steve Earle. He released his debut album Modern Day Prodigal Son in 2009, followed by his sophomore effort Halfway to Heaven one year later. Gilbert re-released his second album in 2011, achieving mainstream success with the release of its first two singles “Country Must Be Country Wide” and “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” both of which shot straight to the number one spot on the Hot Country Songs chart. Just as I Am followed in 2014, bringing with it more of the same chart-topping success on the strength of number-one singles “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell of an Amen.” His fourth album, The Devil Don’t Sleep, hit shelves in 2017. Gilbert has earned a total of 11 country chart entries – four of which have hit the number one spot. He has written massive hit singles for artists like Colt Ford and Jason Aldean as well, including tracks “My Kinda Party” and “Dirt Road Anthem.”