Before each show on their summer run of tour dates, Montgomery Gentry are selecting a local hero to showcase during their set. The idea is simple: recognize a man or woman from local fire or police department, or someone who made a difference elsewhere. Then, simply say "thank you."
Day 2 of the Taste of Country Music Festival brought some sunshine and a few of the rowdiest bands in country music out to play. Beginning with newcomer Rachel Farley -- who more than held her own -- the six acts to take the stage in Hunter, N.Y. shook the valley of the venue located in the Catskills Mountains on Friday (June 14).
Montgomery Gentry are one of the most successful duos in country music history. Consisting of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, they landed a deal with Columbia Records and shot to fame with the 1999 release of their debut album 'Tattoos & Scars,' which went Platinum on the strength of hit singles like 'Hillbilly Shoes' and 'Lonely and Gone.'
Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry was still catching up on the details of the Blake Shelton vs. Ray Price Facebook battle when Taste of Country Nights host Jeremy Robinson caught up with him last week. The dark-haired singer told listeners that the duo won't be tossing sharp words toward fans of classic country or the artists that built the format anytime soon.
Vulnerability is not Montgomery Gentry's specialty. Country music's toughest duo aim to be the good guy in 'I'll Keep the Kids,' but in the context of their personal lives, the divorce ballad tastes like sour grapes.
Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry is celebrating his 49th birthday today (September 30). The more enthusiastic half of one of country music's all-time best country duos has as much energy today as he did when he first bounded onto the big stage with Troy Gentry in 1999. Since then, the duo has released over two dozen singles and charted five No. 1 hits. What is the best Montgomery Gentry song of all time?
After a short-lived chart run with their sophomore effort, Montgomery Gentry made a strong return in 2002 with ‘My Town,’ their third studio album that propelled the duo to country music superstar status.
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