Country music hit-maker Brantley Gilbert will be a part of the Taste of Country Music Festival June 13-15, at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, New York. Gilbert will be joined by Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Thompson Square, Thomas Rhett, and others.

Gilbert, the reigning Academy of Country Music Top New Male Artist, is known for his tattoos, leather, and hits like "My Kind Of Crazy" and "More Than Miles." The singer-songwriter from Jefferson, Georgia shot to fame in 2011 with the release of  "Country Must Be Country Wide." The song was Gilbert's first number one. The follow-up single "Don't Know Her Like I Do" also reached the number one spot on the country charts. The success of both songs helped Gilbert's sophomore album "Halfway to Heaven" reach number two on the US Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2011.

Gilbert has also written hits for fellow country music stars. He wrote the hit "My Kinda Party"  and co wrote "Dirt Road Anthem" with fellow musician Colt Ford off of Jason Aldean's 2010 album.

Brantley Gilbert will be a part of the Tropical Nights: Boots In The Sand Getaway with Bentley, Billy Currington, and Jana Kramer. Click here for more information.