PHOTO: Brantley Gilbert Surprised With Gold Plaque
Before the sold-out show Saturday night in Nashville, Tennessee’s Bridgestone Arena, Valory Music Co artist Brantley Gilbert was surprised with a gold plaque presentation at a pre-concert party hosted by his label and booking agency. The plaque commemorates over 500,000 digital downloads of his “Halfway To Heaven Deluxe” album. Check out the picture of his pre-concert celebration with his industry friends below.
“We couldn’t be more proud of Brantley and are not only celebrating a GOLD record but that HALFWAY TO HEAVEN is now officially halfway to platinum,” said Big Machine Label Group President & CEO Scott Borchetta.
Brantley’s album also features the gold-certified single “Country Must Be Country Wide,” and his current top 15 single “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do.” He’s currently out on the road supporting Eric Church on the “Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour.”
Check out the picture of the celebration below:
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Pictured (L-R): Back Row – Big Machine Label Group’s Harry Lyons, Justin Key, Kelsey Chandler, Megan Knutson, Whitney Sutton, John Zarling, Annie Ortmeier, The Valory Music Co.’s George Briner, Jake Basden, Erik Powell, Jimmy Chapin; Middle Row – Big Machine Label Group’s Matthew Hargis, Jimmy Harnen, Sandi Spika Borchetta, Scott Borchetta, Brantley Gilbert, Allison Jones, Kelly Rich, Brittney McKenna; Front Row – Wayne Milligan, Andrew Kautz, Nikki Burns and Seth Hellman
(Photo Credit: Chase Reynolds)
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