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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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CD review - Here's to You It's impossible to listen to Montgomery Gentry's "Here's to You," without also feeling sad that it's the last studio album featuring Troy Gentry, who died in a helicopter crash. When they sing, "Here's to the ones who ain't in here tonight" during "Needing a Beer" and then go on to praise fireman and cops for being elsewhere fighting crime, you may be struck by the fact that Gentry also "ain't in here tonight. ...
CD review - Folks Like Us Where once Garth Brooks was criticized for not being country enough, today we have hip hop artists making cameos and artists like Sam Hunt topping the country charts with EDM songs. With no release since 2011's "Rebels on the Run," we see Montgomery Gentry return to a radically different country music scene than the one they were a part of at the turn of the century. Bro country has enjoyed a large amount of success in recent years, and it is arguable that this duo is one of the ...


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