Montgomery Gentry don’t plan on slowing down.
When artists leave a record label there are always questions about continued success and maintaining momentum. Sometimes the transition works out well. Other times artists fail to recapture the magic they had when they were first ascending to country stardom.
For a decade the guys in Montgomery Gentry had success on Columbia Nashville. Now they’re on Average Joe’s with plans for a new single. And the new team seems to have big plans.
The first release is [easyazon-link asin=”B005E38M80″]Where I Come From[/easyazon-link]. It’s typical Montgomery Gentry – loud, proud, and ready to rock. It sounds like the guys are picking up right where they left off. Fans should dig this one.
Listen to Where I Come From by Montgomery Gentry and see what you think.
Where I Come From – Montgomery Gentry
This reminds me of the Montgomery Gentry from the early ’00s. They’re singing about their hometown. Nothing specific is mentioned as far as the town name. Specifics are left to the images of people, animals, and structures in the building. As the listener, you can put yourself right in your own hometown.
What’s always stood out to me with Montgomery Gentry songs is the nature of their choruses. The pair of guys has a unique ability to blend their voices together for really powerful choruses. Troy usually comes in strong with powerful vocals with Eddie singing the background after singing the occasional lead on the verse. Their blended voices make for some memorable choruses. Where I Come From is no exception. I’ve heard the song on the radio a few times and already catch myself singing along to the chorus.
Eddie and Troy are pros in the country business. They’ve been doing this for over a decade now and don’t appear to be slowing down as they switch labels. The folks over at Average Joe’s know how to promote their acts and I’m sure MG will continue to climb the charts with their singles.
I’m ready to hear on the radio.
Download Where I Come From – Montgomery Gentry
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