Podcast appearances and mentions of Brantley Gilbert

American country music singer

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JJ On Demand
Country Music Minute-Zach Bryan Teases A New Album, Clint Black Cancels, Brantley Gilbert Says Don't Google Me and More

JJ On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 1:42


In today's trending country music news- a new album vrom Zach Bryan, Clint Black has to cancel, Jelly Roll has a new song, Ian Munsick has a new tour and much more. Click kfdi.com to watch, listen and read more.

Taste of Country Nights, On Demand
Brantley Gilbert Thought He'd Be Dead By Now

Taste of Country Nights, On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:54


Brantley Gilbert visits with Evan Paul just days after his surprise

Kincaid & Dallas
DALLAS' FIRST DISH

Kincaid & Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:23


Brantley Gilbert is "California Sober."  Luke Comb's Crocs and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kincaid & Dallas
Dallas' Dish for Friday 11-11-22

Kincaid & Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 4:14


Brantley Gilbert got his bucket list checked off. Mariah Carey is Christmas. Yellowstone is back and Dallas is OBSESSED!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official
“What was that one incredible thing that happened to you that you would have never thought would even happen”?

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 30:47


Country music star Brantley Gilbert recently did an interview where he shared a great story about how he got Blake Shelton and Vince Gill on his song “Heaven By Then”. Luke warm topic

Moote, Kimmie and Otis
Brantley Gilbert Talks With MKO About New Album And Song

Moote, Kimmie and Otis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:34


Brantley's new album "So Help Me God" just dropped and his smash single "Heaven By Then" with Vince Gill and Blake Shelton is taking over radio nationwide. Moote, Kimmie, and Otis got an exclusive chat with the Georgia star about it all.

The Bobby Bones Show
(Thurs Full Show) Brantley Gilbert Calls In To Talk About His New Music, Why He's Always Rocking A Hat And More! + The Show Shares Their Favorite Moments From Last Night's CMA Awards + Someone On The Show CMA Award Trophy Broke!

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 89:32


Brantley Gilbert called into the show to talk about his new album, "So Help Me God," out today, new collaboration with Blake Shelton and Vince Gill, why he's always wearing a hat and more! Plus, the show shares all their crazy stories from last night's CMA Awards and what their favorite moment was. Then, someone on the show CMA Award trophy broke! Find out who and how it happened!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It's New Orleans: Out to Lunch

In New Orleans, we're big on tradition. We believe that doing things the same way they've been done for generations keeps us connected to our history and maintains the grandness of the city that our forebears created. But there's a difference between tradition and habit. That difference can be knowledge.  For example, in the 1950's if you, your parents, and grandparents all smoked cigarettes, you might have called yourselves “a traditional tobacco family.” Now that we know smoking is the cause of seriously life-limiting medical conditions, you'd be more apt to describe that family as having a bad smoking habit. Which brings us to Mardi Gras. Wait, what? If you've lived in New Orleans for any time and you go to Mardi Gras parades, you've probably caught or thrown hundreds, if not thousands, of Mardi Gras beads. Mostly manufactured in China, these plastic beads are allegedly made from unregulated petroleum products and reportedly contain unhealthful levels of lead, arsenic, and other chemicals you don't want your kids anywhere near. Are Mardi Gras Beads as bad for you as cigarettes?! We put that question to Brett Davis. And we're betting you can guess the answer. Brett is Director of an organization called Grounds Krewe. Grounds Krewe's mission is to make New Orleans events  sustainable by diminishing waste and instituting recycling wherever possible. When it comes to Mardi Gras, Grounds Krewe's aim is to get us to replace plastic beads - and other toxic throws - with sustainable throws that are local, healthful, and as affordable as the ubiquitous, Chinese, plastic beads. Now let's move on to another mainstay of the New Orleans economy in which there's a blurred line between tradition and habit: the music business. The traditional way the music business is structured in New Orleans tends to financially benefit purveyors of alcohol more than the creators and performers of music. That's because we have a very robust live music culture that's centered mostly in bars. Unlike other music-centric cities - like Nashville and Austin - we don't have a similarly robust allied music economy. If you're a New Orleanian and you want a high-level career as a music business attorney, agent, manager, song writer or recording artist, you're in the same position locals in other businesses were in till recently. That is, you have to leave New Orleans. Think about that for a moment. You live in a city people come to specifically to hear music. But to be truly successful in the music business you have to leave. This tradition has been going on for some time. Louis Armstrong left New Orleans to make it. So did Lil Wayne. Winton Marsalis. Jon Batiste. Evan Christopher. Harry Connick Jr. Davell Crawford. Nicholas Payton. No Limit Records left. Cash Money Records left. Daniel Lanois, Lenny Kravitz, Trent Reznor, and Ray Davies from The Kinks all moved their music operations here, then left. You could argue that Winton Marsalis had to leave here for his prestigious job as Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Jon Batiste had to leave here to be music director on The Tonight Show. But that's the whole point. We're the birthplace of jazz but we don't have a jazz institute. And we don't have the infrastructure a national TV show needs to originate from here. At what point do we go from regarding this talent-emigration as a tradition, to calling it a habit - and do something about breaking it? Best-selling songwriter Jim McCormick knows as much as anybody about finding an answer to this question. Jim is a New Orleans native who left. He went to Nashville for 15 years. Then he came back. Jim has written a string of hit songs for artists like Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Kelly Clarkson, Brantley Gilbert, and many more. He's been nominated for a Grammy 5 times. He's had 3 songs hit number one on the Billboard country chart. And he's done much of that while living in Orleans parish. It's easy to keep doing things the way we've always done them. It feels good to label ourselves as the home of Mardi Gras, because Mardi Gras is amazing - if it doesn't bring a smile to your face probably nothing will. And we're justifiably proud of New Orleans being a place where you can hear enormously talented musicians all around town, every night.  None of this has to stop. But it can change. What's already good can be better. And what are now just hopes, dreams and visions can become reality. We can have a healthy Mardi Gras that's safe for everybody. And we can have a robust music business that makes money for musicians and everybody else in the chain of music marketing. But none of that is going to magically just happen. For things to change it takes people like Brett and Jim, giving us the benefit of their knowledge, experience, and passion for the city of New Orleans. Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at NOLA Pizza in the NOLA Brewing Taproom. You can find photos from this show by Jill Lafleur at itsneworeans.com.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rock and Rich
A Second Chance to Fulfill a Dream - With Kaleb Austin and Cheyenne Jones

Rock and Rich

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 35:01


For years, Kaleb Austin put his music on pause to support his family. After having a kid at just 18 years old, Kaleb stepped up as a dad and made the decision to fully support his young family. As mentioned on his website: "The thing about life is second chances exist, and Kaleb Austin couldn't be more grateful to be experiencing his. Having previously struggled to make ends meet while trying to pursue a career in country music as an independent artist, the gifted singer-songwriter, who has toured with the likes of Dan + Shay, Jo Dee Messina, Billy Currington, Brantley Gilbert and many others, was forced to set aside his dreams to provide for his family."While he was away from music, his talent or desire to be a musician never wavered. His love for music and its impact on others never left. As fate would have it, he would meet the woman that would change everything. With over 2 million followers on social media, Cheyenne and Kaleb set out to prove everyone wrong. You can make it on your own without sacrificing what matters most, family. PREORDER HIS NEW SONG! “STONE” >> https://ffm.to/droky1k This show is sponsored byKickASS Beef Jerky  www.kickassbeefjerky.com Global Leaders Organization (GLO) www.withglo.comBamboo Werx -  For 20% off your first purchase type in promo code RR20.   Go to www.bambuwerx.com Join us on Facebook - Instagram - TikTok Rock and Rich Podcast

The Jeremiah Show
SN9|Ep496 - The Voice SN22 - Sadie Bass + Ian Harrison

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 68:08


First Up: Sadie Bass & Ian Harrison SADIE BASS Sadie has always loved being outdoors and turned her passion for hunting and fishing into a way to connect with her online audience. Despite her intense fear of performing, Sadie eventually built up the courage to release her first singing video on Instagram, which received overwhelmingly positive reviews. As she gained more popularity in the Michigan area, she began playing solo shows and was invited to open for big artists such as Brantley Gilbert, Billy Ray Cyrus and others. In 2020, she made the big move down to Nashville to further her music career. When she's not waitressing at her local breakfast joint, she's writing, performing and chasing her dream in Music City. Follow Sadie Bass on Spotify Instagram & Facebook @SadieBass Her NEW single “Holy Ground” out now! linktr.ee/SadieBass_ IAN HARRISON Ian's dad was his best friend growing up. Sadly, when Ian was 9, everything changed when his dad took his own life. Ian picked up his dad's guitar and taught himself how to play, which helped him feel close. After some time, life took a turn for the better when his mom met his now-stepdad, Scott. Ian calls Scott his “adopted dad” and it means the world to Ian that Scott stepped into his life as a father figure. With support from his family, Ian was able to cope and grieve. He ventured into singing in middle school choir, which segued into singing in church, and eventually landing the lead in the high school musical. Follow Ian Harrison Spotify Instagram & Facebook - @ian.harrison Artist @nbcthevoice S22 Tik Tok: @imianharrison @townhallornowhere vsco.co/ianharrison-

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand
Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe - On Demand - 8/24/22

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 50:11


It was J.R.'s turn to do the Whisper Challenge today. Can he help a caller win Brantley Gilbert tickets? This was a complicated 7:15 Second Date Update because Miranda made a call based on her son. She was adamant about saying "I'm not putting my son in that situation" and my dating life comes second. First, we were contacted by Colin this morning about his date with Miranda. They met on Hinge and decided to grab dinner at Beachwood in Oldsmar.

Country Music Talk
Jelly Roll

Country Music Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:18


Nashville born and bred rapper and singer-songwriter Jelly Roll has been taking country radio by storm since releasing his album 'Ballads of the Broken' last year. The last 12 months have seen him score a rock number 1, collaborate with Brantley Gilbert and rise up the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with 'Son of a Sinner'. Jelly tells Baylen about getting into song writing, his Grand Ole Opry debut, his favourite spots in Nashville for people from the U.K. to visit and how he's got an entire album of country music in the works.

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand
Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe - On Demand - 8/23/22

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 54:59


J.R. took a date to the Rays game last night and he told us aa story about how he caught a foul ball. Wait until you hear what he did after he caught it. We gave away more tickets to see Brantley Gilbert this morning at 8:20. Kevin played the whisper challenge. Could he figure out what was being whispered while listening to Five Finger Death Punch. Speaking of Brantley Gilbert, we talked to him this morning. We ask him about the upcoming show at Amalie Arena.

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand
Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe - On Demand - 8/22/22

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 57:59


Launa has a new name and it is Launa Drama because people at the Dierks Bentley concert called her that. We are playing the Whisper game for tickets to see Brantley Gilbert and Five Finger Death Punch at Amalie Arena in November. One of us will have headphones on and someone else will whisper a phrase to see if the person wearing the headphones can figure out what they are saying. We are playing all this week at 8:20. We are also giving away tickets to Disney World all this week at 7:40.  

Best of the Morning Sickness Podcast
The one with calamity Jean

Best of the Morning Sickness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 53:18


After playing hooky last Friday, we found out what happened to Jean. Needless to say, it sounds painful. We also got to the Monday Morning Throwback and tried to decipher what the very LOUD Karen was saying in a recent viral video. We talked about the upcoming 5FDP & Brantley Gilbert tour, and Shaw shared a story about a poor guy with a water bottle stuck up his ass. Speaking of Shaw, he whiffed again on this week's "You're killin' me, Shaws"(it was Dreamcatcher), and he also had a story about  couple who got busted having sex on a ferris wheel. Who hasn't? Our "Summer Party Tip" this week was less about us and all about YOU! We wanted your opinion on what was the best part of a summer party/BBQ. We got some safety tips from a burglar, and Brian filled in for Shaw on Thursday for "Bad News with Happy Music". He had a couple of interesting stories about the Loch Ness monster, a disappointed DoorDash customer, and a gator waiting outside of a guy's house on the first day of school. And of course, we hooked you up with a new list of things to do in & around La Crosse this weekendSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talk Toomey
Mike Hranica (The Devil Wears Prada)

Talk Toomey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 86:09


Mike Hranica of The Devil Wears Prada returns to the Talk Toomey Podcast. Mike joins the show to discuss TDWP's upcoming album, Color Decay. Mike and Joshua discuss the band's writing process and where his vocal ideas originate. TDWP have had some amazing videos to go along with this release and we talk about the making of those videos. The guys also speak on the band renting an AirBNB and getting away to write and record the album. No episode with Mike is complete without some Hockey Talk!Toomey and Akin start the show with their thoughts on the latest comments from Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory on the Pantera reunion. They also discuss the band touring with country musician Brantley Gilbert. Dino speaks on still holding back the singer of Fear Factory. They give their condolences to Steve Grimmett, Phil Anselmo has comments on Lemmy and Ozzy + Iommi is still awesome. The guys talk a little about the Hetfield divorce and Chris shares a recent personal story about Metallica. Akin gives his review of PREY and Toomey gives praise to Clutch and their new single.  

Loper & Randi in The Morning
8-16-22 Loper & Randi - Sex Lease, Paige Spiranac, Treadmill Trivia, Wedding Themes, William Howard Hughes, Match Game, Best BBQ

Loper & Randi in The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 118:21


An old pervert in Las Vegas put required sexual favors in a woman's lease. Of golfers, Paige Spiranac earns the most money for a social media post. 44% of people admit to lying about how cute a baby is. William Howard Hughes has surfaced in San Francisco after disappearing in 1983. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, best BBQ state, top wedding themes, Match Game and more!

K95.5 Cait & Bradley Country Now
Cait & Bradley's Country Now (8/16/22)

K95.5 Cait & Bradley Country Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 1:18


Brantley Gilbert is going on tour and Garth Brooks is opening up a Nashville police station!

97.5 Y-Country
In The Know On Music Row – 08/16/22

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 1:29


• Brantley Gilbert to kick-off a rocking tour in Grand Rapids! • Condolences to Billy Ray Cyrus and family • Maren Morris teaming up (again) with Zedd for a new song • CMA Award nominations to be

Brandon Baxter In The Morning
AMS w/ Brandon & Kelly - 08/15/22 | Double B Is Told His "Son" Favors Grizz

Brandon Baxter In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 56:42


*** It's the first day of school for many across the state *** Brandon hangs with the best mascot in the NBA *** Kelly's son Kurt is blocked, again *** 4 year olds never run out of energy *** Arkansas' Morning Show High Five - Woman donates kidney to adopted brother *** Today is Kurt's first day of college *** Kelly doesn't believe Brandon when he tells her what was in his beans *** The difference in dorm rooms - then and now *** Pina Coladas are the drink of the summer *** What was your first semi big purchase when you got your first pay check *** Five Finger Death Punch and Brantley Gilbert coming to Arkansas ***

Ridin' with Willy
Ridin' with Willy (S1) (E19)

Ridin' with Willy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 29:10 Transcription Available


Ridin' with Willy (S1) (E19) Emily Gambill (Part 1)… This young traveling entrepreneur (St. Thomas, Mexico, Australia) is on the rise in Fort Worth, Texas and it wouldn't surprise us if she went global. Owner of the successful “In The Details Cleaning Co” she has also developed a new enterprise called “Posh Picnics”. Sydney's Tossed Salads… Bartenders and Servers always have the best stories! Sydney shares a few with Miranda Lambert's Tossed Salad incident, Darius Rucker, Brantley Gilbert (two nice guys!) and the best tip she ever received. ESPN Cameron… Cameron Gross is a producer with ESPN working on their show promos. He talks about his trip Nashville to shoot a commercial for the upcoming College Football Season with Kirk Herbstreit as college professor. Emily Gambill (Part 2)… Want to know how to live and work Down Under? In Part 2 Emily Gambill shares her secret for a successful stay in Sydney, Australia. McGavock Football Chef… Jamarcus Harrell, High School Raiders Running Back and Defensive Tackle hopes to make it to College Football and on to the NFL. His backup plan? Using his culinary skills from working at the popular Jack Daniels restaurant inside the Gaylord Resort Hotel to become a successful chef. Sean Maze… Meet New York City mural artist Sean Maze. He talks about his career, how it came to be and the creative process in his commissions.

Country Rap Report
Episode 203: Mesus and Brantley Gilbert feat Jelly Roll country rap music video reviews

Country Rap Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:34


In episode 203 of Country Rap Report, Spank and Vic XL continue their discussion from episode 202 by critiquing the latest music videos from Mesus and Brantley Gilbert feat Jelly Roll . ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ The following videos were discussed in this episode: ‣ "Mandates" by Mesus - https://youtu.be/6_3uppiox0k ‣ "Son of the Dirty South" by Brantley Gilbert feat Jelly Roll -https://youtu.be/O2AdXsDyCSg In part 1 on episode 202 we discussed the following videos: ‣ "Bills Got Paid" by Jo Tyler - https://youtu.be/-RGYSgEv3qQ ‣ "Kuntry like Koleslaw" by Mr. 359 feat Scramn - https://youtu.be/sv_3wknrEWY Become a Country Rap Reporter! By becoming a member of our channel, you'll have access to exclusive perks like CRR badges, emojis, and more! Click the link to join: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYMwTfy2xEBg1gI6Mk6d9hQ/join Want to sponsor an episode of Country Rap Report? Let us know how we can work together. Send your pitch to countryrapreport@gmail.com or DM us on Instagram @countryrapreport. We'd love to hear from you. Check out http://countryrapreport.com Get your CRR merch here: https://countryrapreport.myspreadshop.com/ Watch clips from the show on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@countryrapreport Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/countryrapreport Hang out with us on Instagram @countryrapreport: https://instagram.com/countryrapreport Be a Country Rap Reporter, share your country rap finds with us in the Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1412844825728931 Tweet us @CRRpodcast on Twitter. https://twitter.com/CRRpodcast Listen to country rap, all day, every day, on WCRR Radio - Home of Country Rap: https://live365.com/station/WCRR-a94285 Special shout out and thank you to Anthony "Sam Peezy" Avery for providing the theme song for Country Rap Report (episodes 51+). Find him @sampeezymaa on IG. #brantleygilbert #jellyroll #mesus #countryrap #countryrapreport #music #reviews #reaction

Country Rap Report
Ep 202: Jo Tyler and Mr 359 feat Scramn country rap music video reviews

Country Rap Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 31:38


In episode 202 of Country Rap Report, Spank and Vic XL discuss the latest music videos from Jo Tyler and Mr. 359 feat Scramn . ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ The following videos were discussed in this episode: ‣ "Bills Got Paid" by Jo Tyler - https://youtu.be/-RGYSgEv3qQ ‣ "Kuntry like Koleslaw" by Mr. 359 feat Scramn - https://youtu.be/sv_3wknrEWY In part 2 on episode 203 we will continue our discussion with the following videos: ‣ "Mandates" by Mesus - https://youtu.be/6_3uppiox0k ‣ "Son of the Dirty South" by Brantley Gilbert feat Jelly Roll -https://youtu.be/O2AdXsDyCSg Become a Country Rap Reporter! By becoming a member of our channel, you'll have access to exclusive perks like CRR badges, emojis, and more! Click the link to join: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYMwTfy2xEBg1gI6Mk6d9hQ/join Want to sponsor an episode of Country Rap Report? Let us know how we can work together. Send your pitch to countryrapreport@gmail.com or DM us on Instagram @countryrapreport. We'd love to hear from you. Check out http://countryrapreport.com Get your CRR merch here: https://countryrapreport.myspreadshop.com/ Watch clips from the show on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@countryrapreport Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/countryrapreport Hang out with us on Instagram @countryrapreport: https://instagram.com/countryrapreport Be a Country Rap Reporter, share your country rap finds with us in the Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1412844825728931 Tweet us @CRRpodcast on Twitter. https://twitter.com/CRRpodcast Listen to country rap, all day, every day, on WCRR Radio - Home of Country Rap: https://live365.com/station/WCRR-a94285 Special shout out and thank you to Anthony "Sam Peezy" Avery for providing the theme song for Country Rap Report (episodes 51+). Find him @sampeezymaa on IG. #scramn #jotyler #mr359 #avergejoesent #kentuckymusicmafia #countryrap #countryrapreport #music #reviews #reaction

Moote, Kimmie and Otis
Dads in Booty Shorts and Wigs

Moote, Kimmie and Otis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 44:26


Today on the show, how parents are embarrassing their kids, mullets for Morgan, Brantley Gilbert and the new country show we have, most redneck story of the week

Up N Country with Sue Bonzell - Meet New Country Artists!
Country Artist Dane Louis - How Brantley Gilbert Changed His Life

Up N Country with Sue Bonzell - Meet New Country Artists!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 22:15


Country Artist Dane Louis - How Brantley Gilbert Changed His Life My interview with Dane Louis is nothing less than revealing. We talk about his new single, Whiskey Wears Off (written in just 5 minutes), his gorgeous long locks, the most embarrassing bubble gum pop song that he cranks in his big truck and Brantley Gilbert's best advice for being a new artist. https://upncountry.tv https://upncountry.com Hosted by Sue Bonzell Filmed and produced by: vLiveCast https://vlivecast.com Camera, Sound & Lighting: Ryan Perry, vLiveCast Get the cool Up N Country MERCH Here: https://www.redbubble.com/people/CowChairCountry/explore?asc=u&page=1&sortOrder=recent Check out the Spotify Playlist for all the best NEW COUNTRY! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6raY92bakZGjjAY9OnEeg7?si=be4f50f7a6304609 #newcountry #lovecountry #upncountry

A Very Bad Podcast
Jesse James

A Very Bad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 68:51


How to go from America's baddest outlaw, to "Juuuust shuuuut up already! We don't care anymore Jesse

Which Way Is Catering? with Justine & Bruce

Justine and Bruce continue their conversation with Michael Ray on this edition of ‘Which Way Is Catering?' Michael talks about ‘Whiskey and Rain', his first CD he bought, biggest highlight of his career, Guinness Book of World Records and sparklers, Post Malone, Higher Education Project, The Opry, Karaoke go to song, Brantley Gilbert plays a prank, and sending random packages. He discusses ‘wish I did and wish I didn't', UFC & wrestling fan, and playing guitar with a new tattoo! Thanks for listening and be sure to leave a rating and review!

All Heart with Paul Cardall

Recently stepping off the stage as a host for the season finale of Canada's Got Talent, award-winning artist Lindsay Ell joins All Heart with Paul Cardall to discuss her journey leading up to CMA nominations, a Gold record, head-lining her first concert tour, and the recent release of a her hit single, “Right On Time.” Lindsay, whose toured with Keith Urban, Brad Paisely, and Sugarland is putting a voice to the pressure she feels as a career-focused woman in her 30s, “Right On Time” is an anthem for anyone who has felt pressured to be something or someone they aren't, while working on timelines determined by societal norms. ABOUT LINDSAY“I've learned to care a little less about what everybody thinks,” says singer/songwriter/guitarist Lindsay Ell. “Following my gut instinct, truly saying what I want to say—that's the magic, the elements that make you relatable and real. Before, I was worrying about writing for radio, for fans, but now this is what I know, this is my journey. And the more honest I get, the more effective it is.”With her new album, heart theory, Ell does just that, weaving the story of her journey of the heart in her own voice using her arsenal of tools as a musician and artist to give each song the sonic backdrop it deserves. “Theory is the science of music, heart theory is the science of a heart,” says Ell.The tracks take the listener along the path of the seven stages of grief: shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing and acceptance. “If my last record was called The Project, this one could be called the process.” From the shock-to-the-heart felt in the groovy opening track “Hits me” to the sing-along-at-the-top-of-your-lungs acceptance of the closing track “ReadY to love,” Ell invites you to experience her journey.Produced by the legendary Dann Huff, heart theory maintains a sonic depth and auditory aura while still conveying the emotional rawness and storytelling that highlights Ell's growth since her debut album on Stoney Creek Records, The Project, which debuted at No. 1 on the Country Album Sales Chart and was named Billboard's “Best Country Album of 2017.” That album spawned her first Top 20 hit in the US, as well as her first No.1 on the Canadian Country radio charts – making her the first female artist to top that chart in 10 years.Most recently, she scored her first No. 1 with “What Happens in a Small Town,” her duet with Brantley Gilbert – another milestone moment making her the first Canadian artist to hit No. 1 in the US since Emerson Drive's “Moments” in 2007, and the first Canadian woman to reach the top of the charts since Terri Clark with “I Just Wanna Be Mad” in 2003.Over the past 3 years, Ell has shared the stage with some of the biggest acts in the world touring with Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, and Sugarland.  She has more than held her own in moments alongside such artists as Mellissa Etheridge, Billy Ray Cyrus, Robert Randolph, Billy Gibbons and other legends. She has made multiple appearances on the CMA Awards stage including playing with Carrie Underwood and performing with distinguished country group, Little Big Town, alongside other powerhouse female artists in one the biggest moments of the 2019 CMA Awards where she was also nominated for Musical Event of the Year. Ell's nominations do not stop there, she is a 2x 2020 ACM nominee for New Female Artist of the Year and Music Event of the Year.Concurrently though, Ell was grappling with the real-life complexities that come with growing up, even as a rising star. “The past couple of years, I've been through a lot,” she says. “A public break-up took me through all of the stages of heartbreak, I turned 30, I had a health scare and countless other hurdles. And I came out the other side as a full human. There are moments when life just smacks you in the face and you need to do the work of figuring out what that means, how it changed you, and how to take full control of your life.”Ell points to several of the new songs as examples of her evolution and sense of maturity. “There's a song called ‘make you' that's about a trauma that happened to me as a little girl, something I have never publicly talked about,” she says. “Holding pieces of our story back means missing out on the opportunity to feel inspired, changed, drawn to make a difference. I got into this business to change people, to make them feel something. So, it was important to me to get really honest and say that all of us have skeletons in the closet, but those things make us who we are.”With a chorus and guitar lines that soar “wAnt me back” is glowing with self-appreciation and tints of anger. “I love watching people step into their own power,” says Ell. “It is one of the most inspiring moments to watch someone finally see their full potential.” With this sentiment, Ell co-wrote this mid-tempo track with hit-maker Kane Brown along with Matt McGinn and Lindsay Rimes. Preaching confidence and that there is no other you, Ell hopes to inspire others to free themselves of the shackles that no longer serve them well.Lauded by Forbes magazine as “one of the most exciting and talented young artists in Country music,” the Calgary native learned to play guitar while traveling with her father to Country-Bluegrass camps as a young girl. Ell was championed by Randy Bachman (of Bachman Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who), who discovered her at the age of 13, and was soon touring alongside the likes of Luke Bryan and Buddy Guy.While Ell has earned special recognition for her blistering guitar playing, she notes that she doesn't want to be defined by any one dimension of her work. She says, “I don't want to be known as just a guitar player. My favorite artists, like John Mayer and Keith Urban, are great players, but that's not the only thing you think of. I write, sing, produce and think all the pieces of the puzzle come together to make an artist's story unique, to paint the full picture. Yes, this is a huge guitar record, but that's not what I want be the first thing that rings the bell when you listen.”A major part of Ell's success has come from her dedicated exposure to an international audience. She has performed on her own tour, at the C2C Festival, opening tours for stars in their home territories, and as part of the CMA's “Introducing Nashville” series in Europe and Asia (at one point playing in eight different countries in 32 days).“I've loved doing so much international travel.” she says. “I always wanted to build my career beyond the borders of North America, so it's incredible to go to New Zealand, Japan, Germany, places where they're trying to figure out what I'm saying, but they're so into it. They listen to the catalog, learn the songs, come to the show ready for the experience—they're the perfect audience, they care so much.”As Lindsay Ell gears up for a new album and continues to tour around the globe, she embraces this next chapter of her career. “Artists are always scared of the infamous sophomore album,” she says, “but I'm so excited. I've done the work, I've found the right team, and I'm coming at it from a place of more strength and more honesty. I'm ready to do this, so bring it on.”Keep up will all Lindsay Ell on her socials:Instagram Facebook | Twitter | TikTok | YouTube

Real Musicians Don't Starve
The Business of Writing Radio Hits

Real Musicians Don't Starve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 45:56


Brian Davis' songs have been recorded by artists including, Brantley Gilbert, Lee Brice, Jarrod Niemann, Tyler Farr, Gretchen Wilson, and many others. He wrote Brantley Gilbert's #1 hit "One Hell of an Amen."

孤岛车谈
055 原来轮辋制造主要拼的是水力发电 对话嘉宾:李祺,冯金钊

孤岛车谈

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 57:44


【节目简介】车轮是任何汽车最不可或缺的零部件。可以说没有四个轮子,一台车都不能称为一台车。但关于车轮,或按学名说轮辋、轮圈,我们到底懂得多少呢?在节能环保的大背景下,轮圈又有怎样的发展趋势?本期《孤岛车谈》我们邀请来了资深轮辋研发工程师李祺和节目的老朋友,轮胎工程师冯金钊,一起聊聊那些只有轮辋和轮胎工程师了解的故事。旋压过程车身和车轮之间的比例特斯拉Model 3的车轮有塑料罩和没塑料罩的对比奔驰W140车型采用的大饼轮辋现代版的奔驰大饼轮辋依维柯得意的轮辋不同尺寸冬季胎性能测试【话题成员】罗新雨 底盘电子(ESP、ADAS、自适应避震器)标定工程师李祺 资深轮辋工程师冯金钊 前轮胎工程师罗新雨个人微博 @大众风Volkswind剪辑 罗长杰、罗新雨片尾曲:(2010)《Hell On Wheels》by Brantley Gilbert片尾曲歌词:https://www.lyrics.com/lyric/24463707/Brantley+Gilbert/Hell+on+Wheels【参考链接】1. 美国圆马路牙子的建设报告(英文,1957年美国规划协会官网):https://www.planning.org/pas/reports/report95.htm2.马牌轮胎巴西公司介绍蹭马路牙子的坏处(葡萄牙语,2017):https://www.chicodaboleia.com.br/atritos-contra-o-meio-fio-podem-reduzir-vida-util-do-pneu/3. 轮辋旋压过程视频(bilibili,2021):https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Vi4y1Z7Sy?spm_id_from=333.337.search-card.all.click&vd_source=d7fdf67463c20c33399320ab5301ac534. 轮辋制造视频(油管,2020):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7M-q3qv6Qw5. 一次谐波点(英文,2020):https://www.tirereview.com/rfv-tire-industry-part-1/

Which Way Is Catering? with Justine & Bruce
Brantley Gilbert - Part 2

Which Way Is Catering? with Justine & Bruce

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 43:50


This week on ‘Which Way Is Catering?', Justine and Bruce continue their conversation with Brantley Gilbert. Brantley talks about collaborations with other artists, his relationship with his band and staff, memories of the Willie Nelson Throwdown Tour, catering favorites, 'Noodlin' (Hillbilly Hand Fishing), his top fears, Civil War reenactments with his grandfather as the 'Little Drummer Boy', unusual meet & greet gifts, and a classified tour of military and historic memorabilia. If you like this week's episode, please leave Justine and Bruce a rating and review!

Which Way Is Catering? with Justine & Bruce
Brantley Gilbert - Part 1

Which Way Is Catering? with Justine & Bruce

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:39


As they kick off Season Three of ‘Which Way Is Catering?', Justine and Bruce step into the 'Dawg House' and enter the world of Brantley Gilbert. Brantley gives a tour of his man cave, talks songwriting and putting songs on a record, meeting up with Toby Keith, signing “heads and tabs” at an in-store appearance, and BG Nation. If you like this week's episode, please leave Justine and Bruce a rating and review!

The All Punked Up Podcast
78. Why Pop-Punk NEEDS to invade Country Music

The All Punked Up Podcast

Play Episode Play 26 sec Highlight Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:03


The All Punked Up Podcast is back! There's no doubt been a resurgence of pop-punk. And that resurgence has brought us a new wave sound of the genre we all know and love. But for the last few months, Tyler and Bailey have had many conversations off-mic about the state of pop-punk, where it's at now, and where it should go. So where should it go? It should invade country music. Hear them out. They think they will convince you.Sign-up for our weekly newsletter!http://allpunkedup.com/subscribeSupport the show

Black Canvas
“One Life Ain't Enough” Singer/Songwriter: Styles Haury

Black Canvas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 67:36


Growing up in Northeast Ohio, Styles Haury connected with music at a very early age. Styles formed his first band in the 4th grade, playing country music out of his dad's garage. Influenced by his favorite entertainers Kenny Chesney and AC/DC, he channeled that same energy into entertaining crowds of his own. He notes his live show has become a personal journey for him, one where he lets you in on with an infectious energy that leaves you wanting more. His upcoming debut song ‘A Man That Didn't Know Nothin' is the first in a series of autobiographical singles that make up his forthcoming debut album. 
 “When you listen to the full record- starting with my first release, ‘ A Man That Didn't Know Nothin'-it tells the story of my life from front to back: from where I'm at so far, and the journey it took to get here. If you listen to this record from start to finish, you will know me. This record is Styles. And that starts with this first song.” 
 Styles' talent has already earned him opening tour slots for Jake Owen, Brantley Gilbert, Brett Eldredge, Chris Jansen, Dwight Yoakam, Uncle Kracker, Tyler Farr, and most recently, Darius Rucker. 
 An avid fisherman and hunter, Styles is equally committed to family, music and the outdoors, often citing his real-life inspiration in his songs, from marrying his hometown girlfriend, to the ups and downs of adulthood and fatherhood, his friendships and pastimes, to the peace he has found in the life he leads.

KFC Radio
Best of Nashville with Bert Kreischer, Shane Gillis, and more - Full Episode

KFC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 122:33


On this episode, we recap our week in Nashville at the Nashville Comedy Festival, highlighting some of the best moments from our interviews throughout the week. Bert Kreischer, Shane Gillis, Nate Bargatze, Brantly Gilbert, Chase Rice, Chris O'Connor, and Nate Marshall all rolled through to shoot the sh*t. Timecodes: 0:00 - Intro 29:06 - Bert Clip 41:00 - Shane Clip 55:04- Brantley Gilbert and Chase Rice Clips 1:04:52 - Nate Bargatze Interview 1800 Flowers: For $25 off 2 dozen assorted rose, go to https://barstool.link/1800FlowersBSS, click the radio icon, and enter code KFC Betterhelp : Go to https://barstool.link/BHKFC for 10% off your first month Coinbase: Sign up at https://barstool.link/CoinbaseKFC for $10 in free Bitcoin. Gametime: Download the Gametime app and redeem code KFC for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply).

Taste of Country Nights, On Demand
Jason Aldean's Case for the Eagles In the Country Music Hall of Fame

Taste of Country Nights, On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 35:18


Jason Aldean visits to talk about his new 'Georgia' album. Plus (2:45) the first time he met Brantley Gilbert, (4:30) saying 'No' to friends, (12:09) hosting awards shows and (13:10) if the Eagles belong in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Then (17:00) it's a new segment called Night Cap with Billy Dukes.

JJ On Demand
Country Music Minute-Keith Urban and Carrie Make News In Vegas, Luke Combs Covid Update and More

JJ On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 1:21


Keith and Carrie making news in Vegas these days for 2 different, but sweet, reasons. Jason Aldean and Brantley Gilbert are getting weird, a Luke Combs update, Gabby and her shoes and more.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Dustin Collins

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 44:32


We had the pleasure of interviewing Dustin Collins over Zoom video! Momentum continues to build for Billboard No. 1 singer-songwriter and Georgia-born Dustin Collins, who recently announced his forthcoming Working Man album, as he signs with New Vision Artist Management's Mike Kraski and New Revolution Entertainment's Jeff Solima. Kraski began his career in sales and distribution at CBS Records and eventually made his way to Sony Music Nashville, where he worked with Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Montgomery Gentry among many others, and was eventually elevated to executive VP and general manager for the Nashville division. In 2003, Kraski left Sony and launched an artist friendly label that was aptly named Equity Records. As President and CEO, he launched the career of Little Big Town. Since 2007, Kraski has worked in artist management, consulting and music publishing at Tenacity Management and at M-Pact Music Group and recently partnered with legendary artist manager John Dorris to launch New Vision Artist Management.Solima, whose career started at Music Matters, who managed Tracy Lawrence (16 of 17 singles were all No. 1) and Clay Walker (debut single No. 1), opened the multi-award-winning Hitsquad Promotions in 1993. In 2006, he co-founded New Revolution with partner Rob Dalton, and in 2008, he co-founded Bigger Picture Promotions with partner Michael Powers. Bigger Picture became the No. 5 record label in 18 months, setting the No. 1 record at the time of 9 consecutive No. 1 singles, and launched Craig Campbell, Chris Janson, and relaunched Chris Cagle, Uncle Kracker's “Smile,” and Kid Rock. New Revolution clients have included Tim McGraw, Brantley Gilbert, Martina McBride, Lee Brice, Gloriana, Uncle Kracker, Jesse James Decker, among others, while delivering Emerson Drive's only No. 1 with “Moments” and relaunching Big & Rich with four consecutive Top 15 singles.Produced by industry veterans Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire) and Bill McDermott (Tim McGraw, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley), Working Man is slated for release this summer from DCDL Entertainment. A portion of proceeds from the lead single and album will benefit GUMI (Glad You Made It) Camp USA. GUMI focuses on providing U.S. veterans with the tools they need to help them heal after deployment overseas and enable them to re-enter society. Working Man follows Collins' latest album, It's Been Awhile, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers South Central Albums chart. His independent single “Cold Dead Hands” ascended to No. 1 on the Billboard Singles Sales chart. Collins also earned a slot on Aaron Watson's Vaquero Tour and has opened for Tanya Tucker, Shenandoah, Clay Walker, Chris Janson, Kane Brown and many more.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #DustinCollins #ColdDeadHands #musicinterview #MusicPodcast #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

I Dare You Podcast
Episode 6: Lonely in the Lone Star with Jenny Tolman

I Dare You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 27:42


Jenny Tolman is a critically acclaimed country music singer and songwriter and social media influencer from Nashville, TN. Jenny brings a kaleidoscope of stories and emotions to the country music scene with the swagger of a certified superstar. Born to a musical family and raised in the studios of Nashville, Jenny's forthcoming project was produced by Grammy-nominated producer - and now fiancé - Dave Brainard. In advance reviews, Jenny's newest album, Married In A Honky Tonk, has grabbed the attention of Billboard.com, which featured her alongside the likes of Maren Morris, Willie Nelson, and Thomas Rhett. Her 2019 debut album was included on numerous Best of 2019 lists, and debuted at #24 on Rolling Stone's Top 40 list. Rolling Stone has called Jenny one of the most “vivid and fascinating” artists to emerge on the music scene. She has honed her stage show by performing around the country with superstars including Alabama, Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, and Lee Ann Womack. And this year, Jenny will tour coast-to-coast in support of her new album. Jenny has a strong connection to Jackson Hole and its residents. She was engaged at Jenny Lake, and will soon be married there. Jenny also performed her original song, Lonely in the Lone Star, on national television to honor local fallen Marine, Rylee McCollum. You can learn more about Jenny at jennytolman.com and follow her on Instagram @jennytolman

Super Cool Radio
Cooper Talk Episode 562 Featuring Rich Redmond

Super Cool Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 59:56


This episode originally aired on Oct. 19th, 2016. Steve Cooper talks with drummer Rich Redmond. Rich is an influential touring/recording drummer/percussionist based in Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California. His versatile, dynamic, and rock solid drumming is the sound behind many of today's top talents. While he's not in the studio or on tour Rich is motivating others with his CRASH Course for Success a meticulously crafted program that anyone can follow to achieve success. As the drumming powerhouse behind Grammy nominated mega star Jason Aldean, he has recorded 17 #1 singles with over 7 million albums sold and well over 13 million single downloads. As a high-energy live showman, he plays sold out shows of 20-60,000 fans nightly in amphitheaters, arenas and stadiums across North America .A musical showman in the spirit of Gene Krupa, He has toured/recorded/performed with: Ludacris, Kelly Clarkson, Bryan Adams, Joe Perry, Jewel, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, John Eddie, Pam Tillis, Susan Ashton, Deana Carter, Kid Rock, Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins, Randy Owens, Marty Stuart, Mindy McReady, Rushlow, Gene Watson, John Anderson, Doc Walker, Jedd Hughes, Patricia Conroy, Earl Thomas Conley, Hank Williams III, Emily West, Jo El Sonnier, Jim Brickman, Lee Brice, Steel Magnolia, The Stellas, Kevin Fowler and many others. He has also appeared many times on the trail of late night shows such as: The Voice, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, Conan, Jimmy Fallon, The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Craig Ferguson, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Michael and Kelly Show, Ellen, Austin City Limits, The CMA Awards, The ACM Awards, The CMT Awards, The ACA Awards, numerous GAC and CMT Specials, and of course, The Grammy Awards. Cooper Talk website: CooperTalk --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/supercoolradio/support

1on1 with Jon Evans
Brantley Gilbert: Country rocker ready to get back out on tour in 2022

1on1 with Jon Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 29:47


Brantley Gilbert has toured with some of the biggest names in country music. The rock star has hundreds of sold-out shows and more than a half-dozen #1 records to his credit. But, like many singer-songwriters, the pandemic has kept the self-proclaimed ‘road dog' from performing live as often as he wanted. In our conversation, Gilbert talks about getting back out on tour in 2022, the love-letter he wrote to his wife and daughter, and the first time he ever picked up a guitar.

Country Music Critic
Jeremy Spillman joins us in the studio! #EP20

Country Music Critic

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 35:08


Kentucky born and bred, Jeremy Spillman moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dream of success as a songwriter at 24. It would be five years before he landed his first cut by a major label artist and signed a publishing deal. Since then, Jeremy has had songs recorded by Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, LANCO, Trace Adkins, Brandy Clark, Midland, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Jon Pardi, Luke Bryan, and many more. I must say this was an outstanding time, we thank Jeremy for coming on the show! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/countrymusiccritic/support

Backstage Pass Radio
S2: E4: Cory Marks - The Renegade & The Enemy

Backstage Pass Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 60:32 Transcription Available


Mixing country music with the hard-hitting stomp of rock & roll, Cory Marks prepares to release new music. Full of autobiographical storytelling, guitar-driven anthems, drinking songs, and breakup ballads, his songs are rooted in the influence of Cory's hometown, where he grew up surrounded by the salt-of-the-earth residents of North Bay, Ontario. It was there where he began playing drums at ten years old. Whenever he wasn't banging along to songs by Deep Purple, Ozzy Osbourne, and Rush, he was listening to his parents' country records, developing a deep appreciation for outlaws like Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard. Those two genres — classic country and amped-up rock — would eventually join forces in Marks' own music, earning him a string of gigs with heavyweights like Toby Keith and Brantley Gilbert along the way.   Before launching his songwriting career, and changing the trajectory of his life, Marks would prove himself in the hockey rink and pursue dreams of becoming a fighter pilot. He strapped on his first pair of skates at 3 years old, eventually earning a spot on the university hockey team at Royal Military College, and was a dominating presence on the ice, thanks to his 6-foot 1 inch, 220-pound frame. Prior to attending college, he enrolled in a private pilot school where he logged in almost 100 flight hours and eventually had the opportunity to fly one of those hours with the Canadian Forces Snowbirds in the summer of 2017. He continues working towards his private pilot license.   While in college, he never stopped playing music but did so privately… that is, until he joined his teammates at a local bar one night, and found himself pushed onstage when the regularly-scheduled musician took a break. "My friends knew I played a little music, and they were chanting for me to do some songs," he remembers. "It was a packed little bar. I did two originals and two covers, and afterward, people were coming up to me and asking where I was playing next. I didn't have an answer for them, because this was literally the first time I'd ever sung in front of anyone." Cory began making weekly trips to the bar, hopping on stage with each visit. As time went on, he wrote a new batch of songs, hit the road, and hasn't looked back since.   A road warrior, Cory has built a strong following not only in Canada but also in America, where he has been recording with award-winning producer, Kevin Churko. Along with Kevin's son Kane – the Juno Award-winning producer and songwriter, the three of them worked together in Churko's Las Vegas studio, capturing the energy and electricity of Cory's live show. It was a natural partnership. Like Cory, Kevin had grown up playing drums, eventually expanding his career to include collaborations with country artists like Shania Twain and rock icons like Ozzy Osbourne. "We both appreciate country music greats like Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings, but we love the heavier side of rock & roll and metal, too," Cory says of his producer and mentor. "We decided to mash it all together. It's funny because when I was growing up, my favorite records were Ozzy records. I dreamt of having that kind of production on one of my own records. Sure enough, seven years into my career, I've partnered with the producer who worked on all those albums. What a cool circle."

NashVegas.com Podcast
Singer/Songwriter Murphy Elmore Joins the Show

NashVegas.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 62:18


Murphy Elmore a up and coming singer, songwriter here in NashVegas has a really amazing story and is doing some big things here in Nashville. From humble beginnings in a small town in Alabama, to running into an absolute legend at a Brantley Gilbert concert, to getting signed to a record deal and now living his dream of chasing the neon lights of NashVegas...listen in for the full story from Murphy Elmore! Be sure to check out his latest single "Drop, Dead, Dangerous" and be on the look out for his new EP in 2022! Thanks for being on the show Murphy   Please forgive the first 20 minutes of audio. We had some technical difficulties and tried to fix them in post as much as possible. Everything smoothes out around the 20 minute mark. 

UFC Fight Pass Presents: Extra Rounds
Extra Rounds: UFC Vegas 43 Vieira vs Tate Recap, Country Star Brantley Gilbert

UFC Fight Pass Presents: Extra Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 65:25


Immediately following the UFC Vegas 43 card TJ De Santis and Pearl Gonzalez were live for UFC Fight Pass' "Extra Rounds." On this broadcast De Santis and Gonzalez recap the night's card that saw Ketlen Vieira take a unanimous decision over former UFC and Strikeforce bantamweight champion Miesha Tate. Plus, TJ catches up with country music star Brantley Gilbert. A huge UFC fan Gilbert joined the show to talk about his latest single "Gone But Not Forgotten." He also shares some stories including the one where he helped a former UFC champion carry out a marriage proposal. "Extra Rounds" Episode 102Original Airdate: November 20th, 2021To watch the video of this episode and archive visit UFCFightPass.com or facebook.com/UFCFightPass

The 6-4-3 Podcast
S1E24: Braves Country World Series Reaction Show

The 6-4-3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 60:21


We welcome the biggest World Series Champion Braves fans back to Braves Country to share their feelings about the team and this magical season! We welcome Brantley Gilbert, Braves 95 World Series Champion Ryan Klesko, Kevn Kinney of Drivin N Cryin, Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke, David Barbi of Drive By Truckers, Angie Aparo, Levi Lowery, Michelle Malone Jordan James, Demun Jones! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Backwoods Life with Michael Lee
BWL Episode 36: Why Bowhunting The Rut Can Suck!

Backwoods Life with Michael Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 17:36


Michael talks about how bowhunting the rut can be very exciting but super tough at the same time. It's a love hate relationship at its finest! Also he gives a run down of the season so far and a hunt with his buddy Brantley Gilbert.

Sh!tty Song of the Week
Darius Rucker vs Brantley Gilbert

Sh!tty Song of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 39:04


This week Branden travels to Red's kill shack in West Virginia to go through some brand new country songs to see what is worse: when country music uses every stereotype to pander to its fans. Or when they decide to go the exact opposite route as a "Fuck You" to the fans. You get to decide between: Darius Rucker: Beers and Sunshine vs Brantley Gilbert: Worst Country Song of All Time Leave us a voicemail 910-370-1604 Follow us on twitter over at https://twitter.com/ShittySongPod and vote on which song you think is the worst. Also check out our patreon page at patreon.com/ssotw sign up and become a Glutton For Punishment to get access to bonus episodes each month! APOLOGIES FOR THE BACKGROUND NOISE

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
Miesha Tate and Country Music Superstar Brantley Gilbert

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 64:38


Pioneer of women's MMA and former UFC Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate and Country music superstar Brantley Gilbert join Jim and Matt on today's episode of UFC Unfiltered! Miesha kicks things off by delving into her decision to come out of retirement to face Marion Reneau in July. She also shares how much convincing Dana White needed to take her comeback seriously, looks back at what happened in her corner the round before she won the Women's Bantamweight belt against Holly Holm, and tells some stories of her time living in Singapore.  Afterwards, Country music singer, songwriter and producer Brantley Gilbert hops on the show. After he delivers a message to Jim from mutual friend Jimmie Rivera, he offers his take on whether he'd prefer to see Jon Jones or Derrick Lewis face Francis Ngannou next and explains why his music resonates with fighters.  Jim and Matt close the show discussing some exciting fight announcements and rumors, like Leon Edwards vs Nate Diaz, Charles Oliveira vs Michael Chandler, and Kevin Holland potentially filling in for an injured Darren Till against Marvin Vettori next week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Decide It's Your Turn™: The Podcast
10-Time Grammy-Nominated Singer-Songwriter Jamey Johnson

Decide It's Your Turn™: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 59:20


Success coach and former professional golfer, Christina Lecuyer interviews the kind-hearted, introverted, INCREDIBLE country music sing-songwriter, Jamey Johnson. This episode takes you on Jamey's amazing journey into music, the twists and turns he took to get where he is today and how he always remembered to follow his gut. Plus, a special shoutout to a foundation close to Jamey's heart, the Nikki Mitchell Foundation. Jamey Johnson's Bio:Truth and tradition. These non-negotiable principles serve as the bedrock of the music of 11-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson, who is “one of the greatest country singers of our time,” according to The Washington Post . Indeed, the Alabama native has been acknowledged by many as country music's north star, guiding us down a path of confession and conflict to a place of reflection and redemption. He is one of only a few people in the history of country music to win two Song of the Year Awards – for “Give It Away” and “In Color”-- from the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association. He has received tremendous praise from The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal and other publications, many of which have hailed his albums as masterpieces. He was among the artists asked to set Johnny Cash's poetry to music in the new album Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music.His influential album, That Lonesome Song , was certified platinum for 1 million in sales, and his innovative double album, The Guitar Song , debuted at No. 1 on the country album charts and was certified gold. In 2012, he released a Grammy-nominated project honoring one of his heroes, Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran. In addition to his own recordings, he has written songs for George Strait, Willie Nelson, Trace Adkins, James Otto, Joe Nichols and others. He and Alison Krauss recently joined Brantley Gilbert to record the song “Fire and Brimstone” for Gilbert's new album.Follow Jamey Johnson:InstagramFacebookTwitterJamey Johnson's WebsiteNikki Mitchell Foundation Website If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating  and leave us a comment on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox about what you'd like us to talk about that will help you realize that at any moment, any day, you too can decide, it's your turn!  Christina Lecuyer's Bio:Christina Lecuyer is a former Professional Golfer, a three-time reality television competitor, Confidence + Mindset Coach, Motivational Speaker, and Founder of Women with C.L.A.S.S. Mastermind, as well as Decide It's Your Turn: Women's Weekend. Christina's mission in life is to empower people to fully live in their purpose, confidently and successfully! Decide It's Your Turn! PodcastResources and Links:Christina Lecuyer's WebsiteFollow us on InstagramFollow us on FacebookLooking for our Tweets?Christina Lecuyer on YouTubeHashtags : #justbe #worthaf #livealifeyoulove