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Montgomery Gentry launches web site

Monday, October 3, 2011 – Montgomery Gentry launched a new MontgomeryGentry.com website today. Fans can visit the site to pre-order copies of their new cd "Rebels On The Run," which hits stores Oct. 18.

"This has been in the works for a while," said Troy Gentry. "We got a lot of feedback from our fans when we were building the new site, and I think they're going to like what they see."

"Yeah, we've seen how important the site is to keep us connected to our fans - or friends, as we call them," added Eddie Montgomery. "It may not always be G-rated, but it'll always be MG!"

The new site features news, tour information, Twitter updates, new music and videos. The online fan club membership, "Montgomery Gentry Underground," offers exclusive content, opportunities to meet the duo at concert meet and greets and more.

Montgomery Gentry's Where I Come From single is on the charts, while the music video is in rotation at all music video outlets and can also be viewed at www.MontgomeryGentry.com.

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Back When I Knew It All CD review - Back When I Knew It All
When Montgomery Gentry entered the scene stomping their hillbilly shoes, their southern rock influences and "couldn't-give-a-damn" attitude shone proudly. After a few years and a few hits, their sound and song choices began to lean heavily toward the radio friendly. With "Back When I Knew It All" the duo promised to get back to the raucous sounds that brought them to the dance. And they almost made it, but not quite. There are three recurrent themes that pop up: »»»
Some People Change CD review - Some People Change
Country duos many times place cheerleading over art. Think Brooks & Dunn, Big & Rich, The Judds and all of their combined anthems. Remember, love can build a bridge so save a horse, ride a cowboy - or something like that. Montgomery Gentry, in following typical pairing form, kicks of its "Some People Change" release with a title track that holds out hope for human behavioral evolution. It is followed up with "Hey Country," a generic salute to country folk, before "Lucky »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Watkins steps out on his own – At the ripe old age of 39, Sean Watkins is doing things a bit differently when it comes to his music. By far the biggest sign is that he is in the midst of his first ever solo headlining tour. That may seem a bit odd almost after having released four solo albums since 2001. But when you have your main gig being in the trio Nickel Creek, pus other... »»»
Concert Review: No surprise, Jackson and friends still Keepin' It Country – Alan Jackson calling his current tour Keepin' It County reads like one of those 'no duh' statements because the Georgia born singer/songwriter has always kept his music traditional - even in the face of the continuing rock and pop-ization of contemporary country music. But keep it country he did once again for a sold out audience on the... »»»
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