(via CountryJunkieBlog): Check out the video for Brantley Gilbert’s new single “One Hell of an Amen.” It’s the third radio single off Gilbert’s American Music Award winning record Just As I Am, and our favorite track off the record. It’s a song that shows off Gilbert’s unique ability to intertwine powerful messages in seemingly simplistic lyrics. Whether Gilbert is singing about rowdy crowd in a “Small Town Throwdown” or the powerful goodbye that is “One Hell of an Amen,” it’s clear Gilbert is approaching a peak in his career.
We started our year end recap with a list of the most popular albums released this calendar year. Now it’s time for the hard part – ranking the top ten. The list that follows is comprised of the albums that we find to be the most listenable from start to finish without skipping any tracks. You’ll notice some key absences and some interesting inclusions. These are Country Music North’s top ten albums of 2014:
In case you missed it the American Music Awards were last night. If you watched any part other than the country portion of the show chances are you have a new appreciation for the genre. Here’s what you need to know about the 2014 American Music Award’s country wise.
Despite being known for his edgy style, brass knuckles, and tattoos, Brantley Gilbert has found a way to yet again show his emotional side with the release of “One Hell of an Amen” as the third single off of Just As I Am.
Over the past couple of weeks multiple high profile country artists have made the decision to remove parts of their music catalogs from the streaming service Spotify. The first to do so, Taylor Swift, set the precedent. Shortly after, Jason Aldean pulled his most recent record Old Boots, New Dirt and this week both Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore pulled their most recent releases from the streaming service. So why are popular artists choosing to remove their most recent releases from the popular service?