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Montgomery Gentry hits one out for Atlanta Braves

Thursday, April 23, 2009 – Montgomery Gentry debuted a brand new theme song and music video, The Braves Play Here, for Peachtree TV's coverage of the Atlanta Braves. The video will be aired throughout the season, and will promote the station's 45 exclusive regular-season Atlanta Braves games.

The Braves Play Here, written by 615 Music's Greg Barnhill and Randy Wachtler, incorporates the chant echoed by Braves fans at the home games. The song will be heard during each game at Turner Field. The music video, shot in Atlanta, shows highlights of the Braves and features Montgomery Gentry performing live on the city's skyline. It can be seen online at http://www.peachtreetv.com/videos.


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