It’s only been months since Troy Gentry’s death and Eddie makes a heartbreaking announcement.
Country music has had a heartbreaking and devastating year. There was a horrifying mass shooting and several country legends passed away. One of those being half of the duo Montgomery Gentry.
Troy Gentry was tragically killed in a helicopter crash just a few months ago. Now, his band that he toured with the past 20 years just announced they are going to continue without him.
They will be promoting Montgomery Gentry’s forthcoming final album with him, Here’s To You. In honor of Troy Eddie Montgomery, and the band will be going out on the road to celebrate the life he lived.
Apparently they will be reminiscing on some of their oldest music as well as their latest, and last with Troy.
Eddie Montgomery, and the band will be hitting the stage to share some of both old and new music with the fans they’ve always lovingly called “friends.”
The big announcement was made on the duo’s Facebook page. Fans are excited but heartbroken to see Eddie go out on his own after the tragic death of his best friend.
Hey Guys- Eddie will be coming to a city near you singing all of the Montgomery Gentry hits! -Team MG
Average Joes Entertainment’s PLATINUM-selling MONTGOMERY GENTRY is taking the band’s long-awaited studio album. HERE’S TO YOU, on the road. With the HERE’S TO YOU TOUR this winter. This emotional return to the stage is the first time member Eddie Montgomery will be touring without the late Troy Gentry.
In a recent interview Eddie shared that he is anxious to get back on the road. Although they lost Troy his legacy will continue with them and they have a lot to celebrate and to look forward to.
“I’m anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans,” shared Montgomery. “Next year marks the 20th anniversary of our band – we’ve got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018.”
Wow, i’m heartbroken.