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Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery celebrates the release of the award-winning duo’s ninth studio album, ”Here’s To You,” with a return to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry on release day, Friday, February 2, 2018, before heading to New York for appearances Tuesday, February 6, on “Fox & Friends,” SiriusXM’s “Freewheelin’,” Fox 411, Fox News Radio’s “A Few Moments With…,” Nash FM’s “Stage 17,” followed by “Good Day New York” and People.Com’s “People Now” on Wednesday, February 7.
“Here’s To You,” is touted as “a country set rooted in Southern rock and all the visceral electricity and party attitudes that come with it,” by the Lexington Herald Examiner. Award-winning producers, Noah Gordan and Shannon Houchins, produced “Here’s To You,” which is the follow-up to their last offering in 2015.
Billboard noted, “Here’s To You” is simply a reflection of the values and lifestyle that the duo has always tried to exemplify – and they were able to do it their way.” While CMChatlive.com commented, “The album is filled with those southern, good ole boy themes that fans are used to hearing from the duo…Eddie is keeping the Montgomery Gentry name going strong.”
While there are plenty of future Montgomery Gentry fan favorites on the new collection, it also represents a more mature sound for the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame members. “Coming up on our 20th anniversary we wanted to put out a killer album,” commented Montgomery. “We hunted and hunted for the right songs. In the studio we were feeling really loose. It was just beautiful and a lot of fun. Troy’s soul came out on this album; I think it was the best I’ve ever heard him sing. This album is about where we were at in life.”
From the album’s cornerstone first single, “Better Me,” which exemplifies where Troy Gentry was with faith and family, to songs of redemption like, “All Hell Broke Loose,” a love-inspired turnaround, to “Drink Along Song,” an instant MG classic and “Get Down South,” a dirt-road anthem that will resonate with rural fans and city dwellers alike, “Here’s To You” has something for every fan – both new and old.
1) SHOTGUN WEDDING
Philip Eugene O’Donnell, Eddie Montgomery, Gary Hannan
2) BETTER ME
Jamie Moore, Josh Hoge, Randy Montana
3) NEEDING A BEER
Bobby Pinson, Aaron Raitiere
4) WHAT’CHA SAY WE DON’T
Jeffrey Steele, Brandon Hood, Lee Miller
5) CRAZIES WELCOME
Brad Warren, Brett Warren, Lance Miller, Jessi Alexander
6) GET DOWN SOUTH
John Wiggins, Bob Moffat, Clint Moffat, Troy Johnson
7) DRIVE ON HOME
Dave Turnbull, Fred Wilhelm, Craig Campbell
8) FEET BACK ON THE GROUND
Neil Thrasher, Casey Beathard, Tony Martin
9) DRINK ALONG SONG
Philip Eugene O’Donnell, Buddy Owens, Jenee Flenor, Wade Kirby
10) KING OF THE WORLD
11) THAT’S THE THING ABOUT AMERICA
Craig Wiseman, Jeffrey Steele, Shane Minor
12) ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE
Keith Dozier, Adam Fears
ABOUT MONTGOMERY GENTRY:
Average Joes Entertainment’s acclaimed Montgomery Gentry released their long-awaited studio album, “Here’s To You,” on February 2, 2018. With 20 plus charted singles, the Kentucky-born duo has earned CMA, ACM, and GRAMMY awards and nominations with undeniable blue collar anthems like “Hell Yeah,” “My Town,” and “Hillbilly Shoes.” They’ve notched five No. 1 singles, “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Me.” They were inducted as Grand Ole Opry members in 2009 and were inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame in 2015. For more about Montgomery Gentry, visit www.montgomerygentry.com, engage with the band on Facebook, @mgunderground on
twitter, @montgomerygentry on instagram and on YouTube.