Just weeks after the tragic death of his longtime musical partner, Troy Gentry, Eddie Montgomery has released a statement.
According to Lex18, Troy Gentry of country duo Montgomery Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash this afternoon in Medford, New Jersey.
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Kacey Musgraves will be joining the list of artists who have flipped the switch at the Grand Ole Opry, turning the legendary venue pink in support of breast cancer awareness,…
Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery is currently going through every parent's worst nightmare with the death of his teenage son, Hunter, on Sunday. Despite the obvious pain he's going through, Eddie took time to thank fans via Montgomery Gentry's Facebook page.
Well shoot. For the second time this year I've received a press release about a country singer's child passing away. This should never happen to a parent (never, never, never), so my heart truly goes out to Eddie Montgomery (Montgomery Gentry) on the passing of his son Hunter.
The fact of the matter is Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, collectively known as country music duo Montgomery Gentry, are folks like us -- down to their tattoos and scars…
Photo via Facebook Well wishes and good vibes going out to Troy Gentry and his wife Angie. The Montgomery Gentry singer took to Facebook on Wednesday evening to reveal that…
Montgomery Gentry, Kenny Rogers, Josh Turner, and
Dierks Bentley are the latest additions to the ever-growing list of
talent set to take stage for the final Nashville concert of George Jones’
career. Taking place at the Bridgestone Arena on Friday, November 22,
2013, the sure-to-be unforgettable show is already gearing up to be a
star-studded event with already announced artists Charlie
Daniels, Lorrie Morgan, Randy Travis, Jamey
Johnson, and Gene Watson.
“I am excited that
my friends all want to be with me on this show,” says George Jones. “This is
sure going to be a fun and emotional night with lots of memories, friends, and
great country music.”
Tickets for the Nashville finale are currently on
sale at all Ticketmaster