Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Brantley Gilbert Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I don’t worry about running myself ragged. I worry about being bored.
I’m old school. We’re from a small town in Georgia, and I think if we do pictures before the wedding, I think I’m gonna be blindfolded.
Most of my rings are not expensive at all; they’re just things that remind me of people that gave ’em to me. And they all have their own stories, their own meanings.
When it came to rock, I was always drawn to guitars.
I stay on the road so much that my fiancee and I were talking the other night about what I wanted her to cook. I told her I don’t even remember what a home-cooked meal is.
I like being different.
I wanted to make sure that if somebody special did come along, I was the kind of man that a woman like her would deserve.
Looking back, we had the hard time, but the privilege, of actually coming up playing biker bars and little bitty college bars.
I’ve been in situations before where something was going on, and that’s the only way you can kinda cope with it is to write about it.
I wanted to go where the people work hard, throw down, and really needed the party… Saginaw is all that and then some. I looked in those faces – and I knew, these people mean business.
If you’re going to go out doing something, you might as well be fighting for your country or fighting for your life.
I’m a very happy man. I’ve seen how bad it can get, and I’m sure it could get worse if I let it, but all that made me appreciate where I am. Plus, I’m married to a very hot woman who got away.
I’m one of the few people I’ve ever met who is blessed enough to be able to love the one who got away.
A lot of rap music can get repetitive.
What you see is what you get, and the majority of people in my life that loan me clothes know that they’ve never seen me in a suit.
My mom’s an angel, bless her heart, for everything I put her through.
I’ve always been that way where, if something doesn’t work out the first time, I won’t try to beat a dead horse.
She’s definitely an angel sent from above. How can that not rub off on a man? What can I say? I’m a mama’s boy.
I don’t sit down to write a country song. I don’t sit down to write a rap song. I just sit down to write a song, you know what I mean? And I try to make that song the best it can be.
I don’t need anything to have a good time or be a hell-raiser. I was born one.
The girls from my hometown are so over me.
We’ve got a lot of friends. We take care of them because they take care of us.
If I’m ever having a good time, I’ll write about it so I’ll remember it.
If a really, really pretty girl needs a ride home, I’m your guy.
I got several litmus tests for songs, but usually the people at the publishing company… they’re straight-shooters.
Every place you go to, they have their own little flair.
I was kind of torn between playing music or playing college football. I was going to college and really focusing on my music career.
When I started doing music full time, I figured out my job wasn’t something I needed to be completely sober for.
We’re gonna raise some big bucks and breed ’em and that sorta thing. Pretty excited about that.
I’m not too good at being fake or being somebody else.
If I read a script in the future that I feel like I could have a little fun with or that reflects me well, it may be one of those things that I try out. But, of course, music’s my number one priority.
From the R&B side, I’ve always been a huge Brian McKnight fan. He’s just as talented as it gets vocally, and as a musician. I think it’d be real cool to do something with him.
Songwriting is therapeutic for me.
I like to lift and do cardio to stay in shape, so I can walk the dog on somebody, and I like to be strong, but running 10 miles or a decathlon? That don’t support my interests.
Main thing, really, is I write songs the way I wanna hear them and the way I think the people that come to our shows wanna hear them.
I think I definitely get my soft side from my mother.
I am the type of person that likes to put myself in someone’s shoes to ‘get’ it.
I still live in the same town where I grew up.
There’s a song called ‘My Faith’ that’s kind of my spiritual song on my record. It’s a little bit of my softer side of me, comin’ out of left field a little bit.
You meet people in the business and wonder how compassionate they are.
Being in Nashville was not me, and I needed to go home and reset before I got in over my head.
I’m as honest as I can possibly be when I write.
Not to take anything away from artists who don’t write their own songs, but it’s always been important to me to make sure it’s my story.
The only thing that makes me uncomfortable is when people that do drink, don’t drink around me.
I love Eighties rock.
My fiancee’s the one that’s picture worthy.
We try to put on the same show regardless of what stage or platform we’re on.
I was fortunate enough to have a situation in my life where everything did shake out and hit rock bottom, and I did see who was standing there and really saw who had my back for real.
I just sit down and write the best song for the best moment, and however it comes out, it is what it is.
A lot of people can be cheerleaders for songs and go, ‘Oh, that’s great,’ and they don’t think it.