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Brantley Gilbert Announces “Over When We’re Sober” ft. Ashley Cooke, Set for Release 6/21

June 7, 2024


Set for Release on June 21, Collaboration is the Latest Taste of Forthcoming Album
Joins Big Machine Pop Up in Music City Today, June 7 at 12pm at Bell Bottoms Up as Headline Off The Rails Tour Continues Saturday, June 8 at Rock the Country

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As Brantley Gilbert readies a new album, the multi-Platinum country rocker announces his new single “Over When We’re Sober,” an enticing duet with Ashley Cooke, via The Valory Music Co. Fans can pre-save/pre-add “Over When We’re Sober” HERE ahead of its June 21 release via The Valory Music Co.

“I loved the song from the minute we wrote it,” shares Gilbert. “When it came time to find a collaborator, my producer Brock Berryhill suggested Ashley. I was so impressed with her writing and her voice. She’d just released a 24-track album – you don’t see many people doing that these days – and I thought that also speaks to her work ethic. It’s a special song, and I’m so thankful that she agreed to join me on it.”

“When Brantley called me about this song, I listened to the demo and it was an immediate ‘yes,’” shares Cooke. “I’ve been a fan for truly so long – in fact, my Christmas present from a college boyfriend one year was a road trip to Atlanta just to see BG’s show. It’s such an honor to get to be on a song with someone I’ve admired for so long. Not to mention, one of the realest, funniest, most talented guys I’ve met on this journey so far. So thankful BG wanted me on this one!”

Over the last two years, Gilbert has been writing and recording for his seventh studio album. “Over When We’re Sober,” written by Gilbert with Jason DeFord (Jelly Roll), Brock Berryhill and Justin Wilson, is one of many exciting collaborations found on the forthcoming project. The Georgia native delivered the first preview with the revelry inducing anthem “Off The Rails” earlier this year. Listen HERE.

Celebrating 10 years of his 7x Platinum certified hit “Bottoms Up,” Gilbert will appear at the Big Machine Pop Up in Nashville tomorrow, Friday, June 7 at 12pm, with the 1935 Ford Sedan from the music video onsite at Bell Bottoms Up (120 Third Avenue South). Fans can enter for a chance to win the car, in addition to other prizes including an autographed guitar, autographed “Bottoms Up” framed poster, autographed boots worn on stage by Gilbert, an autographed Just As I Am CD and more. Click HERE for official rules and additional information on how to enter the sweepstakes.

With numerous sold out shows since embarking on the Off The Rails Tour, Gilbert and his crew will continue to deliver an unforgettable experience at each stop, packing as many songs as possible into the setlist and incorporating elevated production elements with pyrotechnics and CO2 cannons.

“We’ve had such an amazing time on the Off The Rails Tour,” shares Gilbert. “This is my favorite show that we’ve put together, thanks to a talented lineup both in the band and behind the scenes. It’s been incredible seeing BG Nation match that energy every single night, and it only makes us more excited to get to the next city.”

The Off The Rails Tour continues Saturday, June 8 at Rock the Country festival in Ocala, Florida. For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit

Brantley Gilbert’s Off The Rails Tour Dates

June 8 // Rock the Country // Ocala, FL*
June 14 // KIZN Country Stomp // Nampa, ID*
June 15 // Shoshone Bannock Casino Hotel // Fort Hall, ID
June 22 // Rock the Country // Mobile, AL*
June 28 // Buckeye Motorcycle & Music Rally // Columbus, OH*
June 29 // After Hours Concert Series at the SERVPRO Pavilion // Doswell, VA
June 30 // Elmwood Park Amphitheater // Roanoke, VA
July 11 // Lauridsen Amphitheater at Water Works Park // Des Moines, IA
July 12 // Delaware County Fair // Manchester, IA*
July 13 // Morgan County Fair // Jacksonville, IL*
July 18 // Bayfront Festival Park // Duluth, MN
July 19 // Harrah’s Stir Cove // Council Bluffs, IA
July 20 // Dam Jam Music Festival // Goddard, KS*
July 22 // Elkhart County 4-H Fair // Goshen, IN*
July 24 // Delaware State Fair // Harrington, DE*
July 26 // Rock the Country // Anderson, SC*
July 27 // Carowinds Summer Festival Series // Charlotte, NC
Aug. 1 // Ventura County Fair // Ventura, CA*
Aug. 3 // Nugget Event Center // Sparks, NV
Aug. 30 // Fraze Pavilion // Kettering, OH
Aug. 31 // Walworth County Fair // Elkhorn, WI*
Sept. 1 // Canfield Fair // Canfield, OH*
Sept. 19 // Mountain Health Network Arena // Huntington, WV
Sept. 20 // Santander Arena // Reading, PA
Sept. 21 // DCU Center // Worcester, MA
Sept. 26 // LJVM Coliseum // Winston-Salem, NC
Sept. 27 // The Corbin Arena // Corbin, KY
Sept. 28 // Florence Center // Florence, SC
Oct. 3 // Knoxville Civic Coliseum // Knoxville, TN
Oct. 4 // First National Bank Arena // Jonesboro, AR
Oct. 5 // Ozarks Amphitheater // Camdenton, MO
Oct. 10 // Raising Cane’s River Center Arena // Baton Rouge, LA
Oct. 11 // Cadence Bank Arena // Tupelo, MS
Oct. 17 // Enmarket Arena // Savannah, GA
Oct. 18 // McKenzie Arena // Chattanooga, TN
Oct. 19 // Atrium Health Amphitheater // Macon, GA
*Festival Date