Brantley Gilbert refuses to wear a cowboy hat and Wranglers

When Brantley Gilbert signed with Scott Borchetta, I feared that change was nigh. Brantley shared with me that he was a little concerned about that as well.

"That was one of my biggest fears, when we were talking to labels, was that somebody was gonna try to throw me in some Wranglers and a bucket hat and tell me to sing somebody else's songs. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with Wranglers and a cowboy hat. I'm not a poser man, I can't ride a bull, I ain't gonna wear the hat." 

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