Montgomery Gentry are back in a big way today, releasing their first album together since 2009 and their first on Average Joe’s Entertainment. The duo left their former home at Columbia after creative differences between themselves and the label, which lead to an entire project being shelved permanently.
The new album, in stores and available digitally today, features the fastest-moving single of their career “Where I Come From.”
“They (Average Joe’s) told me and T, ‘Ya’ll go in and make a Montgomery Gentry record and bring it back,’” Eddie recently told Nashville.com. “It took me back to the days of Tattoos and Scars. We just had a blast bein’ in the studio with Michael (Knox) and finding songs, cuttin’ the songs . . .”
“Rebels On The Run” was produced by Michael Knox, whose previous producer credits include work with Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson, Trace Adkins, Hank Williams Jr., and many others.
Included with every physical copy purchased of the album is a chance to win a custom Demented Choppers motorcycle designed by Eddie and Troy. One album will contain a golden ticket. That’s one way to keep sales up!