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Montgomery Gentry

All Night Long (5 versions)
Back When I Knew It All (3 versions)
Bad for Good (4 versions)
Black Jack Fletcher and Mississippi Sam (4 versions)
Break My Heart Again (6 versions)
Carrying On (4 versions)
Cold One Comin'€™ On (4 versions)
Daddy Won'€™t Sell the Farm (3 versions)
Didn'€™t Your Mama Tell Ya'€™ (2 versions)
For the Money (4 versions)
Free Fall (4 versions)
Gone (4 versions)
Good Clean Fun (3 versions)
Hell Yeah (3 versions)
Hellbent on Saving Me (2 versions)
Hillbilly Shoes (4 versions)
I Ain'€™t Got It All That Bad (2 versions)
I Never Thought I'€™d Live This Long (3 versions)
I'€™ve Loved a Lot More Than I'€™ve Hurt (2 versions)
If a Broken Heart Could Kill (3 versions)
If It'€™s the Last Thing I Do (2 versions)
If You Ever Stop Loving Me (3 versions)
It'€™s All Good
Lie Before You Leave (3 versions)
Lonely and Gone (3 versions)
Lonesome (3 versions)
Long Line of Losers (2 versions)
Look Some More (2 versions)
Lucky Man
Lucky to Be Here (3 versions)
My Father'€™s Son (2 versions)
My Town (8 versions)
One in Every Crowd (3 versions)
Pieces (3 versions)
Ramblin'€™ Man (2 versions)
Rebels on the Run (2 versions)
Roll With Me (2 versions)
Scarecrow (2 versions)
Self Made Man (5 versions)
She Couldn'€™t Change Me (6 versions)
She Loved Me (2 versions)
Some People Change
Something to Be Proud Of (5 versions)
Speed (6 versions)
Talking to My Angel (3 versions)
The Big Revival
The Fine Line (3 versions)
Too Hard to Handle, Too Free to Hold
Trouble Is
Trying to Survive (3 versions)
Twenty Years Ago (2 versions)
What Do Ya Think About That (2 versions)
While the World Goes Down the Drain (4 versions)
You Do Your Thing (3 versions)

Montgomery Gentry is an American country music duo founded by vocalists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, both natives of Kentucky. Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry began performing in the 1990s as part of two different bands with Montgomery’s brother, John Michael Montgomery. Although Gentry won a talent contest in 1994, he reunited with Eddie Montgomery after Gentry was unable to find a solo record deal, and Montgomery Gentry was formed in 1999. The duo was known for its Southern rock influences, and collaborated with Charlie Daniels, Toby Keith, Five for Fighting, and members of The Allman Brothers Band.

Montgomery Gentry released six studio albums for Columbia Records’ Nashville division: Tattoos & Scars (1999), Carrying On (2001), My Town (2002), You Do Your Thing (2004), Some People Change (2006), and Back When I Knew It All (2008), and a Greatest Hits package. These albums produced more than twenty chart singles for the duo on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the number 1 hits "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Lucky Man", "Back When I Knew It All", and "Roll with Me". Ten more of their songs reached the top 10 on the country charts, including the number 3 hit "Gone", the most played country song by a duo in 2005. Tattoos & Scars, My Town, and You Do Your Thing are all certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. In 1999, they were awarded Favorite New Artist—Country at the American Music Awards. Both the Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association named them Duo of the Year in 2000, an award for which they have been nominated by both associations in every year since. In 2009, they were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.

On September 8, 2017, Gentry died in a helicopter crash in Medford, New Jersey, where the duo was scheduled to perform that evening. Despite Gentry’s death, Montgomery continues to tour under the Montgomery Gentry name.