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Montgomery Gentry likes Average Joe's

Friday, March 4, 2011 – Montgomery Gentry apparently has a new home.

After spending its entire career with Sony Nashville, the duo has inked with Average Joe's Entertainment, according to Music Row. The label currently includes Colt Ford on its roster along with Josh Gracin and Matt Stillwell.

"It's now official. "We couldn't be happier to be signing with Shannon (Houchins) and Tom (Baldrica) and the guys at Average Joe's," Eddie Montgomery told Music Row, referring to the label executives. "Those guys are cut from the same cloth we are and man, they are so creative. We can't wait to get this new project out there to our fans."

Troy Gentry said, "We love the team they have in place and the passion and excitement that they bring."

A single is slated to drop this spring.


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