We all would like to cut down on the time it takes us to get to and from work and that’s one of the things that weigh on [lastfm link_type=""]Brantley Gilbert[/lastfm]‘s mind. Move to Nashville or maintain a home in Georgia. And then again, he had to consider mama.
Someone asked Brantley if he was a mama’s boy to which he replied: “A little bit, yes sir.” “When it all comes down to it, when I’m going through something I can’t handle on my own she’s the first person I call.” Gilbert is putting a house on some riverfront property he recently bought and the advantage is he’s just minutes away from his mother, which he’s grown closer to over the years. As a matter of fact, the song, Indiana’s Angel from his Modern Day Prodigal Son, is about his mother. Brantley says: ”You know she moved out of Indiana, moved down here with my dad, didn’t really have any friends, made some friends and just pretty much … My dad and her got divorced recently. And she’s been pretty strong through the whole thing. I’ve kind of been there for her. The roles have kind of switched a little bit. But it just kind of talks about the angel she is.”