Montgomery Gentry’s Rebels On The Run Debuts Top 10
Looks like the three year wait was a good one for the boys of Montgomery Gentry. Their first album together on Average Joe’s Entertainment debuted inside the top ten on the SoundScan Country chart. The album, produced by Michael Knox, celebrates a return to the duo’s musical roots of previous albums that helped establish them as a force to be reckoned with that earned them the Duo Of The Year award.
“Man, bein’ away that long, we just didn’t know what to expect,” said the duo’s EddieMontgomery. “Our friends kept comin’ to the shows all that time, and it looks like they were ready for some new music!”
“We have the greatest fans in the world,” added Troy Gentry. “But we definitely don’t take anything for granted. We are so thankful to everyone at Average Joe’s and for the team they put together to get the word out about this album. We’re more excited about what’s going on now than we have been in a long time, and it makes us want to get out and play that much more.”
Somewhere in a store, there’s still one lucky album waiting to be purchased with the golden ticket inside of it. One fan who gets the ticket inside the physical copy of the album will win a custom motorcycle from Demented Cycles that was designed by Troy and Eddie themselves. It’s a one-of-a-kind ride waiting to be found.
Their current single “Where I Come From” is their fastest-rising single to date and their top researching singles at radio.
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