Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery Is Ready to Laugh Again
Talking about his late bandmate is therapy. Sharing the old stories, playing the old music and revealing the new music is healing.
Eddie Montgomery on Troy Gentry Crash: ‘There’s Not a Day That I Don’t See It’
After a helicopter crash killed his longtime Montgomery Gentry bandmate and "brother" Troy Gentry, Eddie Montgomery needed time.
Eddie Montgomery Reveals How Montgomery Gentry Will Fill Troy Gentry’s Shoes Live
The singer has come up with the perfect way to pay tribute to his partner as he keeps their legacy alive.
Lyrics Uncovered: Luke Combs, ‘When It Rains It Pours’
How ironic that a breakup song ultimately paid for an engagement ring, isn't it?
How Lanco Landed Their Record Deal Was Like Something Out of a Movie
The way they landed their deal was something most artists can only dream about.
For Jillian Jacqueline, Music Is a ‘Chance to Be Brave’
Her EP, Side A, is filled with personal songs that all tell a unique story, much like the singer herself.
Exclusive: Maren Morris Is Planning a Very Scary 2018 …
If Maren is comfortable, she's probably doing it wrong.
17 Memphis Aim to Push the Genre Forward With Bold Country Sound
If you were to blend the Chainsmokers with Florida Georgia Line, you'd get 17 Memphis.
Walker Hayes: ‘Talking About My Addiction Is Therapeutic’
Walker Hayes wears scars like they're badges of honor.