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article imageBrantley Gilbert honors American heroes at Arlington, launches CD

By Markos Papadatos     May 27, 2014 in Music
Arlington - Country singer Brantley Gilbert has honored American heroes and he entertained thousands of fans throughout his "Athens To Arlington" journey.
A Valory Music Company recording country artist, Gilbert traveled nearly 3,000 miles last week during a six-day motorcycle adventure to launch his new studio album Just As I Am, which garnered a rave review from Digital Journal.
They also took the time to honor local armed forces heroes and they played shows for thousands of country fans, and he signed autographs for them. He and his friends departed on May 21 from Athens, Georgia, and they made stops in 11 cities along the way. His live performance included his lead single "Bottoms Up," which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts respectively.
The country star honored scholarship recipients of families of wounded or lost military personnel with help from national charity Folds of Honor.
Brantley Gilbert at Arlington National Cemetery
Brantley Gilbert at Arlington National Cemetery
Photo Courtesy of The Valory Music Company
On the final day of his journey, Gilbert and the motorcade arrive in Arlington, Virginia, to honor the military, which was quite fitting to celebrate this year's Memorial Day holiday. Thanks to the Armed Forces Foundation, Gilbert went on a special private tour, where he paid homage to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
For more information on country singer Brantley Gilbert, visit his official website.
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