Brantley Gilbert was the proud owner of a 1968 Mercury Cougar ... until he needed money to keep his band on the road. He tells Taste of Country how the sale went down -- and how he got his precious car back (Hint: Jana Kramer was involved).
All five of Friday's performers at the Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter, N.Y. took a moment backstage to talk about their new music, live shows, or what they'd be drinking if they were part of the crowd. Dierks Bentley talked about how his wife feels about his pilot's outfit. Blackjack Billy showed everyone how to (or how not to) line dance.
The quote beneath Brantley Gilbert's yearbook picture reads "Hey Andy!" Maybe these aren't the words most high school seniors want to leave as their legacy, but the expression says a lot about who the 'Small Town Throwdown' singer is today.
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