Montgomery Gentry sets record
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Montgomery Gentry sets record

Monday, March 3, 2008 – Montgomery Gentry's new single, "Back When I Knew It All," from their forthcoming early summer release, was the highest charting record on impact date ever.

The song ranked 28th at R&R today.

"Man this is a great way to start 2008," said Montgomery. "Troy and I are thrilled that our single has gotten such a positive response in such a short period of time. We are humbled by such a groundbreaking moment in our career and want to give thanks to all the radio promotion staff at Columbia Records for their hard work and believing in us. And also a shout out to those out there that keep us rockin'."

Montgomery Gentry is currently in the studio adding the finishing touches to the upcoming CD and will soon tour.


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