Montgomery Gentry Tickets
Touring in support of their seventh album, Rebels on the Run, Montgomery Gentry will be playing highlights from previous albums and letting their fans sing-a-long to all the new ones as well. With a songwriting standard that is comparable to Merle Haggard and George Jones, Montgomery Gentry has proven to be one of country music’s newest talents. Songs filled will heart-ache and real life situations make Montgomery Gentry one of the hottest songwriting teams around. Order your Montgomery Gentry tickets today for any of the stops on their 2013 tour schedule.
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Montgomery Gentry might sound more like the name of a law firm rather than a country music duo, but when your names are Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry then it makes perfect sense. Although the band didn’t find much early success in the 1990s, they hit it big right before the new millennium with the release of their album “Tattoos and Scars,” which included five songs that hit the country chart. The duo won numerous awards for that album, including top new vocal duo at the Academy of Country Music Awards and vocal duo of the year from the Country Music Association. GoTickets is the place to get your Montgomery Gentry concert tickets.
Montgomery Gentry has released five more studio albums since their debut and all five of them at least made it up to #6 on the country chart. They have a new album due out soon, and of course there will be a Montgomery Gentry concert tour to promote it. You can bet that their fans will welcome them back after Eddie Montgomery had to take some time off to fight prostate cancer. The good news is that he beat the disease and has a clean bill of health. They also signed with a new record label, and both have said they are excited about the opportunity to turn over a fresh page with their music. You can see them live and in concert with Montgomery Gentry tickets from GoTickets.
Even though Montgomery Gentry is a duo, it could have been a trio because early on Eddie’s brother John Michael Montgomery was part of the band before he went off on his own to find success as a solo artist. With millions of records sold, Montgomery Gentry is big enough to play arena shows, but they often choose to play smaller venues that give fans the chance to enjoy a more intimate concert experience. But that also means that many Montgomery Gentry shows sell out and you might have a hard time finding tickets on your own. At GoTickets, you can always find tickets to sold out Montgomery Gentry concerts and we allow you to pick the seats you want at the price you want to pay.