Montgomery Gentry Releases EP

Montgomery Gentry Releases New EP, Friends and Family. Montgomery Gentry has released their EP, Friends and Family. It consists of four tracks, including their current single, “I’ll Keep The Kids.” “I’ll Keep The Kids,” is a very emotional and honest song that unfortunately many will, and already have, relate to. It speaks of the struggles of a nasty divorce and how people can get greedy and not realize what is important in life. “Ain’t Out of the Woods Yet” was also released on Colt Ford’s album, Declaration of Independence. Also on the EP is “Where I Come From” (remix featuring Colt Ford) and “Good Ol’ Boys.”

Montgomery Gentry Reveals New Single “I’ll Keep The Kids”

Montgomery Gentry Releases New Single “I’ll Keep the Kids”. Montgomery Gentry released their newest single “I’ll Keep the Kids” to get us excited about their upcoming EP of the same name. We gotta wait until October 23rd for the whole EP, but until then we can listen to their heart-felt single. I fell in love with the duo when they released the catchy “If You Ever Stop Loving Me” in 2004. At first I was a little weary of a deeper, emotional side of Montgomery Gentry, but I love this side of them too! Check Out “I’ll Keep the Kids”

Montgomery Gentry On FOX & Friends

Montgomery Gentry Gets Huge Ratings On FOX & Friends! Average Joes Entertainment’s powerful duo, Montgomery Gentry, kicked off the “All-American Summer” concert series for FOX & Friends last Friday, May 25. Performing their latest single, “So Called Life,” the Montgomery Gentry music segment was noted as the highest rated musical performance for the number one cable news morning show. Pictured below, from L to R: Fox & Friends co-host Clayton Morris, Eddie Montgomery, Fox & Friends co-host Alisyn Camerota, Troy Gentry and Fox & Friends co-host Dave Briggs.

Montgomery Gentry Where I Come From Music Video

Montgomery Gentry Music Video For “Where I Come From.” I don’t know how we missed this…but here it is! Montgomery Gentry came out with a new album, Rebels On The Run, in the fall of 2011. “Where I Come From” is the first single from the album and is quite a catchy tune. The video mostly features some soldiers in action, with some hometown flashbacks and shots of the band. I think the song is great, but I’d like to know what your thoughts are. So don’t be shy…watch then comment below!

Montgomery Gentry And NRA Country

Montgomery Gentry Is Announced As The November “This Is NRA Country” Artist Of The Month! NRA Country celebrates country music’s love of family, support of U.S. military and appreciation for the great outdoors. November’s artist of the month is the award winning duo, Montgomery Gentry. With each month and each artist, NRA fans get some exclusive deals and this time is no different. This time fans will get a behind the scenes look at the making and launch of their new album Rebels On The Run. Fans can also register to win a prize pack including an autographed CD, photo, and limited edition Hatch Show Print from their Grand Ole Opry induction. Here is the link, you can register now through December 16. “Montgomery Gentry and NRA Country see eye-to-eye on many of the same issues, and we’re honored they chose us for their artist of the month.” -Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry The duo is thrilled to join forces with NRA Country! Listen up for their current single, “Where I Come From“, on local radio stations now!

Montgomery Gentry Rebels On The Run Review

Montgomery Gentry Did Good Things On Their New Album! Montgomery Gentry are Average Joe’s entertainment recording artists and have been one of country music’s top duos since 1999. Although they have a new label, Troy and Eddie are the same non-apologetic, down to earth performers they always have been! Their new album, Rebels On The Run, is out today and we at the CMNB office were lucky enough to have an advanced copy! This new piece of work from these boys is definitely worth the drive to Wal-Mart! It includes 11 tracks of honest country music. A number of the songs (“Damn Right I Am“, “Where I Come From“, “I Like Those People“), give tribute to the duos hometowns, which is a routine we are use to with them. Others are fun tunes (“Ain’t No Law Against That“, “Work Hard, Play Harder“) about exactly that, having fun! “Damn Baby” is a love song about that feeling when you’re so happy that you can’t even get the words out of how you feel, all you can come up with is damn baby. Again, staying true to country music honesty, “Empty” is about the loneliness a man feels after a relationship ends. I really enjoyed this one with its steel guitar and great melody! Possibly one of my favorites off of the entire album was “So Called Life!” It has a fast pace and an awesome chorus! Like I said, the album is available today, so do what you gotta do to hear Montgomery Gentry for the first time with their new label! Track Listing 1. Damn Right I Am 2. Ain’t No Law Against That 3. Damn Baby 4. Empty 5. Where I Come From 6. I Like Those People (feat. Charlie Daniels & Randy Owen) 7. Rebels On The Run 8. Simple Things 9. Missing You 10. So Called Life 11. Work Hard, Play Hard

CMA Sweepstakes from Country Music Hall of Fame!

Win tickets to the CMA’s and more from the Country Music Hall of Fame! The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum want you to experience CMA Awards week like never before with the Country’s Biggest Night Meets Country’s Biggest Stars Sweepstakes. The Grand Prize winner and their guest will win round-trip Southwest airfare to Nashville, hotel accommodations, passes to legendary dining and entertainment venues, tickets to the 44th Annual CMA Awards, and autograph and meet and greet opportunities with Montgomery Gentry, Danny Gokey, Craig Morgan, Jerrod Niemann, Josh Thompson, and Chris Young! Simply enter at between October 4 – 24, 2010 for your chance to win!Country Music Photo Gallery

Country Throwdown Tour Featuring Montgomery Gentry

Montgomery Gentry has been announced as the headlining act for the 2010 Country Throwdown Tour along with openers Ashley Ray, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town, Eric Church and The Eli Young Band. The 2010 Country Throwdown lineup has been announced! The same team that brought rock & roll fans the Vans Warped Tour has turned their sights on the country music crowd and created their fist ever Country Throwdown Tour. The outdoor amphitheater trek will feature a diverse lineup that brings together iconic and emerging artists in the country music scene, as well as a full concourse of lifestyle attractions and vendors (to be announced soon)–all with an affordable ticket price–plus pre-show tailgaiting parties. A title sponsor will soon be announced. Headliners Montgomery Gentry, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town and Jack Ingram are among the 10 initial acts to be announced for this nationwide country music tour running from May 13 through June 20. Other artists confirmed for the first annual multi-stage country tour include Eric Church, the Eli Young Band, Jonathan Singleton & The Grove, Lost Trailers, Ryan Bingham and Emily West, with more artists to be announced. In addition to the 12 main artists performing on three stages (one main stage and two side stages), the Bluebird Café Tent will feature nine extraordinary singer-songwriters. Fans will get to see these artists perform intimate “In the Round”-type sets in the Bluebird Café Tent throughout the day, as well as see them play nightly on a specially designed stage during the main stage set changes. Tour founder and co-producer Kevin Lyman says, “Very much like other projects we have been involved with, this project is about bringing together a great group of artists and attractions at a fair ticket price for music fans.” “We feel Country music will welcome this type of touring festival,” explains Sarah Baer, co-producer for the tour and Head of Marketing for 4FINI, Inc. “Fans of any music genre are looking for a place where they can experience a full day of quality music from new faces, along side well known acts, and at a value price. The music we’ve had the pleasure of booking on this tour is going to surprise and excite a lot of people come May. It’s a group of truly talented musicians and singer-songwriters that have never toured in this capacity. I’m expecting great things.” Brian O’Connell, President of Country Music Touring for Live Nation, says, “I’m looking forward to bringing the Country Throwdown Tour to Country Music fans across the U.S. next summer. Kevin and I have known each other for a long time, and he and his team have obviously been very successful with their other projects, most notably the Vans Warped Tour, and I am proud that he and his team and Live Nation are in business with this exciting project. The opportunity that we have to collectively bring an unprecedented number of artists on tour at once, and to expose their music to fans at an affordable Continue reading Country Throwdown Tour Featuring Montgomery Gentry

Montgomer Gentry Releases New Album

Montgomery Gentry’s new album, “Back When I Knew it All” hits retail store shelves today! Montgomery Gentry‘s new album, “Back When I Knew it All,” the duo’s first release since 2006, and one of their most mature releases to date hits the stores and shops today. The album includes the fastest rising single in their history, “Back When I Knew it All,” and also packs a punch with “Roll With Me,” which could be the feel-good song of the summer. Other highlights are “I Pick My Parties” (with tour mate Toby Keith), “Long Line of Losers,” “One Trip,” and “It Ain’t About Easy.” For more Montgomery Gentry news or the Montgomery Gentry Tour Schedule, visit our partner site Country Music On Tour.Country Music Photo Gallery

Montgomery Gentry News

Montgomery Gentry in the news! The Montgomery Gentry boys are celebrating their fastest rising single to date! “Back When I Knew It All” from their new album to be released in June, has already hit the Top 20 on the charts and is flying towards #1! Montgomery Gentry is also giving away a chance to win floor tickets to the CMT Music Video Awards to a member of their underground fan club. Click here to enter the drawing!! College football will see the ultimate hype this spring as Montgomery Gentry and Taylor Swift to perform as part of the inaugural Gridiron Bash on April 18. In the spirit of college sports, organizers have added an element of competition to Gridiron Bash, which gives students and fans the opportunity to win funds for their school. Combining attendance with the number of text/call-in votes from fans, a winning school will be awarded$1 million for its general scholarship fund. Second and third place will receive $500,000 and $250,000, respectively. LEARN MORE Country Music Photo Gallery