Brantley Gilbert: The Southern Rocker brings his band to Analog in Nashville's Hutton Hotel for a stripped-down set of his No. 1 hits that lyrically span both the party and the pew. The very personal set list includes hits inspired by his courtship with his wife ("You Don't Know Her Like I Do," "If You Want a Bad Boy"), his nine years of sobriety ("Bottoms Up"), and more. Gilbert invites his co-writers for three of his number one hits - Mike Dekle ("Country Must Be Country Wide" and "One Hell of... [see more] an Amen"), Justin Weaver and Brett James (both on "Bottoms Up") - on stage to perform with him and chat about the songwriting process, how performance can change a song, why everyone in music dresses in all black, and Gilbert's history of stage acrobatics.
From the producers of the critically acclaimed Soundstage comes the second season of FRONT AND CENTER (previously titled Front Row Center) . Utilizing state-of-the-art production techniques, the nine-part concert series caters to the live music fan, with each episode delivering powerful performances from some of the top names in music. Season two's diverse musical lineup spanning genres and generations includes Jack Johnson, Train, Buddy Guy, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Rides (featuring Barry Goldberg, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Stephen Stills), Rock Candy Funk Party (featuring Tal Bergman, Ron DeJesus, Mike Merritt, Renato Neto, and Joe Bonamassa), Zakk Wylde & the Les Paul Trio, Jake Bugg, and JJ Grey & Mofro.