The Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon, a Nashville institution, is celebrating its eleventh year on April 30, and this year's participants are in for a post-race treat. Montgomery Gentry will be performing at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, making it the first time in 11 years that the duo has played one of the biggest running events in Tennessee.

The race has consistently brought in more than 30,000 runners to Music City, and participants, volunteers and kids under the age of 2 get in free. Tickets can be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena box office. Keep in mind, concert tickets are non-refundable.

Honky-tonk ambassadors Montgomery Gentry -- Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry -- not only have gold and platinum albums, but CMA and ACM awards and a Grammy nomination, as well. Their blue-collar, working man tunes rooted in God and country have made them a much loved act, and they also have over 20 hit singles, including 'My Town' and 'Lucky Man.'

As previously reported, Eddie Montgomery’s scare with cancer is over, having been deemed ‘cancer-free’ by doctors a recently.

As of late, after a 15-hour flight last week, the guys are overseas to perform for the troops on an eight-day USO tour. They should return home to the U.S. on Friday. Early this morning they tweeted, "More soundcheck from Camp Casey. Can't wait for the show tonight!"