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Montgomery Gentry Are Going To Be On The Run On Oct 4th

Montgomery Gentry. photo credit: Average Joe's Entertainment.

Montgomery Gentry and Average Joe’s Entertainment have announced a release date for the duo’s new album “Rebels On The Run.” The 11-song album will be available October 4th, 2011 from the independent powerhouse Average Joe’s Entertainment. Member Eddit Montgomery was diagnosed with prostate cancer last year, which fortunately is now in remission after being caught early.

“In a lot of ways the past year has been has been nothing but hell,” said Eddie Montgomery. “Man, without T-Roy and my family, this music, our fans and the Man upstairs, I don’t know how I would’ve gotten through it.”

“I don’t know if we would have made the same album if we hadn’t been through everything we’ve been through in the last year,” added Troy. “We’ve always tried to record songs about things we’ve lived or seen, but the depth of all of those experiences really comes out in this album.”

The group made the biggest change of their careers by leaving their home of Columbia Nashville for Average Joe’s Entertainment. Average Joe’s encouraged Eddie and Troy to “go in and make some Montgomery Gentry music” with producer Michael Knox. Knox’s past credits include Kelly Clarkson, Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Hank Williams Jr., and many others. They focused on bringing back the music that they first came into music city with that earned them the love from their fans in the first place.



Eddie and Troy collaborated with Ira Dean, Jim Collins, Wendell Mobley, David Lee Murphy, Rivers Rutherford, and Neil Thrasher with three tracks on “Rebels On The Run.” Rodney Clawson and Dallas Davidson co-wrote the lead single from the album, “Where I Come From.” Friends Greg Bates, Kelly Archer, Kevin Grantt, and Justin Weaver contributed to the rest of the songs on the record.

Montgomery Gentry are on tour this week with shows in California, Las Vegas and Colorado. The duo were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2009 and they will return to the historic stage September 13th. They are also set to headline the 28th Annual Love Ride Motorcycle Ride with Jay Leno on October 23rd just outside Los Angeles.

Want To Be Treated Like A VIP At Your Favorite Concerts?

Rascal Flatts. photo credit: Big Machine.

Some of country music’s hottest artists have teamed up with NRA Country Cares to provide fans a VIP experience at their tours this year. Each VIP ticket will provide fans with the best seats in the house, plus awesome packages from their favorite stars. A portion of the proceeds from every VIP ticket sold will benefit NRA Country Cares, which is a new initiative from the NRA Foundation that supports the military, farmers, and and firearm safety in America.

Artists participating so far include Rascal Flatts, Trace Adkins, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Montgomery Gentry.

“We are happy to offer our fans a great show and a chance to give back through NRA Country Cares,” says Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts.

Fans will pay the same or different seats at the box office that are sometimes sold out early. Tickets for VIP Charity Packages are available now HERE. For more details on each artist’s VIP packages, click the “read more” tag and let us know which you’d love to have!

Get On Your Feet: Country Dance 2 For Nintendo Wii Coming Soon


Just in case you aren’t sick of all those dance games just yet, Nintendo announced plans to release a sequel to Country Dance for the Wii gaming system. It’s a video game that makes the player get up and move, trying to copy what they see on screen in order to pass levels. It’s one way to get active, and have an excuse to dance a-long to your favorite country music songs.

Artists featured this time around include Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Ashton Shepard, George Strait, and even Eric Church. It’s sounding like a game country music fans will have to try out at least once, right? More artists, songs and features will be announced at a later date as the release date gets closer. It’s real easy to play Country Dance 2, as all you have to do is pick up the Wiimote and match what you see on the tv screen.

For a full list of songs included in the game, click on the “read more” tag. Here’s the trailer for the original Country Dance video game for the Nintendo Wii system.

Montgomery Gentry Helps Set Attendance Records

Montgomery Gentry.

Montgomery Gentry’s appearance and performance last week (July 28th-31st) at the Wild and Wonderful Mountainfest Motorcycle Rally in Morgantown, West Virginia was a record-breaking week for the duo. They led the Mountainfest Parade of Bikes as honorary Grand Marshalls and the event drew more than 20,000 fans, which is the largest crowd for the event to date.

The night ended with the guys headlining a show at Riverfront Park. Not a bad few days work for a couple of Kentucky boys!

Montgomery Gentry to hold free Father’s Day concert


The MLB announced plans today for country music duo Montgomery Gentry to perform a free post-game Father’s Day concert after the Braves vs Texas Rangers game on Sunday, June 19th. They are part of a league-wide initiative to promote cancer awareness, research, and prostate cancer screening. Fans with tickets to the baseball game will be admitted entrance at no extra fee. Prostate cancer survivors will receive free MLB merchandise and have the opportunity to participate in a special ceremony before the game. Eddie Montgomery is a cancer survivor and it was thanks to early detection and screening that he was able to win his fight with cancer last year.

Country Music Marathon starts Saturday

Montgomery Gentry.

Over 300,000 runners will be participating in the Country Music Marathon and Half-Marathon Sunday in Nashville. This event is in its 12th year and stands out by having over 50 bands and artists playing on 28 different stages during the event. Danny Gokey will be singing the national anthem before the start of the race. Montgomery Gentry are headlining the post-race concert at the Bridgestone Arena. The race starts at 7 am Saturday at Centennial Park. Online registration has ended, but late runners can still sign up in-person at the Health & Fitness Expo today.