Eddie Montgomery Goes on Twitter Rant About the U.S. Government [NSFW]
News of two Russian bombers flying just off the coast of California didn't sit well with many Americans, including Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery. The singer vented on Twitter with a 12-tweet message criticizing the handling of a few recent social and political events, and politician…
Montgomery Gentry Talk ‘Folks Like Us’ and Why Their Producer Just ‘Gets’ Them
Montgomery Gentry's forthcoming album, Folks Like Us, drops on June 9, so the duo stopped by Taste of Country Nights to chat about their album and its producer.
Montgomery Gentry, ‘Folks Like Us’ Album Preview: ‘Better for It’ [Listen]
Montgomery Gentry are preparing to release a new studio album, and they're giving Taste of Country readers an exclusive preview of one of the new songs, "Better for It."
Montgomery Gentry, ‘Folks Like Us’ Album Preview: ‘Pain’ [Listen]
Montgomery Gentry drew from two of the top songwriters in Nashville for "Pain," a track from their forthcoming new album, Folks Like Us.
Montgomery Gentry, ‘Folks Like Us’ Album Preview: ‘Back on a Dirt Road’ [Listen]
Montgomery Gentry brought in some help for one of the new songs on their Folks Like Us album. “Back on a Dirt Road” features Chris Robertson of Black Stone Cherry. Listen to part of the swampy groove during this Taste of Country exclusive preview.
Montgomery Gentry, ‘Folks Like Us’ Album Preview: ‘We Were Here’ [Listen]
Montgomery Gentry have made an album that relies on what they do best, and the song "We Were Here" doesn't step out of line. The midtempo rocker finds Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry preaching the small town, blue collar gospel. Check it out during this exclusive Taste of Country pre…
Win a Montgomery Gentry ‘Check Your Headlights’ Prize Pack
Montgomery Gentry have partnered with Making Strides Against Breast Cancer to raise money and awareness, and to share their new song ‘Headlights.’
Wife of Montgomery Gentry’s Troy Gentry Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
Troy Gentry’s wife, Angie, has breast cancer. The Montgomery Gentry singer and guitarist shared the news with fans on Wednesday night (Oct. 22), adding that the last few weeks have been very difficult for his family.