Montgomery Gentry Tickets
Known for hit singles such as Lucky Man, If You Ever Stop Loving Me and Back When I Knew it All, Montgomery Gentry has been causing quite a stir when it comes to country music scene ever since its inception back in 1999. Over the years, the group has also collaborated with other country acts like Toby Keith, The Allman Brothers Band and Charlie Daniels. By far, the duo has released a total of seven studio albums and fetch numerous nominations including nominations for Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or a Group at Grammy Awards, and Top Vocal Duo at the Academy of Country Music. The group has also won two American Music Award, and Academy of Country Music Award. Montgomery Gentry is also known for having the traces of Southern Rock genre in its brand of country music which sets them apart from many of the country acts of our times. The group’s live performances are anticipated and attended by a large number of its fans, and as the duo steps out to perform live again once again, catch it live with Montgomery Gentry tickets.
Montgomery Gentry comprises of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry. Both of them have been performing live since 1990s as a part of two different groups. Later both of them united in 1999 to form the duo and also scored a record deal with Columbia Records. Soon after that, the group released its debut single called Hillbilly Shoes in 1999. The single turned out to be a critical success and before its official release Hillbilly Shoes peaked at #13 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Lonely and Gone was released as the second single from the album, peaking at #5 spot on the country charts. Tattoos & Scars was duo’s debut album which came out in April 1999, and by 2001 the album had received Platinum status.
Critically the album received favorable reviews by most of the music critics including Allmusic, Entertainment Weekly and Country Standard Time. Tattoos & Scars turned out to be a perfect launch pad for the duo that gave them huge amount of mainstream popularity among the listeners. Following the success of its debut album, the duo embarked on a concert tour to help promote its album. A large number of the duo’s fans fetched Montgomery Gentry tickets to go see it live.
By far the group has released a total of seven studio albums, and first six of its albums were released on Columbia Records’ Nashville Division. Apart from Tattoos & Scars; Carrying On, My Town, You Do Your Thing, Some People Change and Back When I Knew It All along with a Greatest Hits album were released on Columbia Records after which the group signed up with Average Joes Entertainment. With these albums, the group scored a number of hit #1 singles including If You Ever Stop Loving Me, Lucky Man, Roll With Me and Something to be Proud Of. In 2005, the group released its single called Gone which went on to peak at the #3 spot and also became the most played country song of the year. Ten more of the duo’s songs have also managed to make to the top ten charts. Apart from Tattoos & Scars; My Town & You Do Your Thing also received Platinum status by RIAA.
The group claimed its very first award in 2000 for the category of Favorite New Artist at the American Music Awards. In 2000 the duo also earned two nominations for the category of Duo of the Year by both Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music. Ever since then, it has been claiming that nomination each year. Montgomery Gentry also received an induction in Grand Ole Opry in 2009.
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