Gilbert closes out year with livestream gig from his garage
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Gilbert closes out year with livestream gig from his garage

Wednesday, December 16, 2020 – Brantley Gilbert will close out 2020 with a livestream from his home in Georgia on Wednesday, Dec. 30 at 9 p.m. eastern, featuring segments with a full band, stripped down hits and an acoustic set at

Emmy-award winning production company 7 Cinematics, a producer of live-music broadcasts and cinematic video streams, will be producing the livestream.

"We know that this year has been tough for everyone, and we couldn't think of a better way to wrap it up than doing what we do best," said Gilbert. "We wish we could be back out on the road with BG Nation in person but connecting with ya'll through this livestream is the next best thing. So come have some fun with us on Dec. 30."

At, we are focused on one thing: live music," said founder and CEO Brad Serling. "Although touring is still on hold, this pandemic can't stop must-see performances from great artists. That's why we're excited to partner with Brantley Gilbert for a webcast that will be a perfect springboard into the new year for all of his fans who missed seeing him perform in 2020."

Tickets are $14.99 and available now via

Gilbert will give fans an inside look at his life, exploring his newly renovated garage –the Dawg House – filled with arcade games, cars and motorcycles, and interacts with his band mates and friends.

With touring on hold, Gilbert has spent his time at home renovating his garage. He used the space to write and record, as well as a place to unwind with his bandmates and crew.

In October, Gilbert released "Fire & Brimstone (Deluxe Edition)" nearly one year since the release of his fifth studio album, featuring two new songs, including latest single "Hard Days" and "Old Friends," a reflective ballad written after the passing of Gilbert's longtime friend and crew member Al Ditch.

Earlier this week, Gilbert announced the "Brantley Gilbert Selects" quarterly subscription box, featuring hand-picked and custom limited-edition items that reflect the singer-songwriter's mindset, such as clothing and grooming items, starting at $59.99.

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