In the wake of the tragedy of 9/11, John Michael Montgomery penned a heartfelt song for his daughters, then aged 4 and 2, titled “A Daddy’s Prayer.” In light of recent world events, the artist was reminded of the significance of the song, and has now released a new video to acco…
An Iraq veteran was having a super sweet moment with his girlfriend during a John Michael Montgomery song and he made it even more special when he popped the question! You may need a tissue for this story.
John Michael Montgomery became the king of romance in the early '90s, earning a string of No. 1 country songs with beautiful love ballads, including the chart-topper 'I Swear,' which lands at No. 29 on our Top 100 Country Love Songs countdown.
John Michael Montgomery is gearing up to throw his fans one heck of a party in his home state of Kentucky later this month. The singer's annual Country-Fest is set for Sept. 28 and 29, 2012 at Lynkins Park in Winchester, Ky.
This 1994 hit from John Michael Montgomery was the most played country song of 1994, spending four weeks on top of the Billboard country singles charts. It is one of the best love songs ever written and recorded in country music, and was an easy pick for the Top 100 Country Songs list.
John Michael Montgomery is gearing up to hit the recording studio to lay down some tracks, this time bringing along his big brother, Eddie, of Montgomery Gentry. The brothers will not only record an album, but they will also be collaborating on a book project, both of which they will begin work on t…
Poor Chris Cagle. The singer has been forced to bow out of this year's much anticipated WGNA Countryfest, which is slated to be held July 9th in Albany, New York. Cagle has to have surgery on his throat, thus forcing the singer to cancel his upcoming shows.
John Michael Montgomery's 1995 single, 'Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident),' has gone down as one of the singer's most-played and possibly biggest hits of his career. It was a tune that songwriters Richard Fagan and Robb Royer felt was unique enough to stand on its own.