Brantley Gilbert wonders what he will write about once he is married…


Brantley Gilbert has used his fiancée Amber as the source of topic for many of his hit songs. And a lot of those songs were about being on again and off again and the single lifestyle.  So by now I am sure you’re just as worried as we are that Brantley won’t have anything good to write about? I mean songs like ‘Bottoms Up’ and ‘Country Must Be Country Wide’ were staples for his career. (I am being sarcastic FYI) But have no fear….Brantley’s worried, too.

He tells the New Orleans Times-Picayune, “What am I going to do when I get to be a married guy? Nobody wants to hear that on every song on the record.”

I have a feeling that his love story with his wife will give him plenty of inspiration. Especially considering she already compromised and is going to let the guys were boots at the wedding. That’s almost a song within itself!

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