Montgomery Gentry’s Troy Gentry Killed in Helicopter Crash
Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash at the Flying W Airport in Medford, N.J., on Friday (Sept. 8).
10 Country Songs You Couldn’t Stop Singing in 2005
2005 was a good year for country songs.
Where Were You on 9/11? Country Stars Remember [PICTURES]
Country stars share their memories of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Country Artists Who Have Suffered Terrible Tragedies
Tragedy can strike anyone, from a neighbor next door to family members to some of the biggest superstars in the world.
Montgomery Gentry’s Troy Gentry Grieving Brother’s Death
Troy Gentry of country duo Montgomery Gentry is mourning the death of his brother Keith. The country rockers shared the news with fans on Facebook on Sunday (June 29).
Montgomery Gentry Interview: Duo Talk New EP, Single and Upcoming Taste of Country Music F…
Montgomery Gentry are one of the most successful duos in country music history. Consisting of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, they landed a deal with Columbia Records and shot to fame with the 1999 release of their debut album 'Tattoos & Scars,' which went Platinum on the strengt…
Janelle Arthur Sings Montgomery Gentry’s ‘Gone’ on ‘American Idol’
Country singer Janelle Arthur performed Montgomery Gentry's hit song 'Gone' on 'American Idol' Wednesday night (March 13), making a daring song choice that the judges didn't seem to think was entirely right for her.
Montgomery Gentry, ‘I’ll Keep the Kids’ – Song Review
Vulnerability is not Montgomery Gentry's specialty. Country music's toughest duo aim to be the good guy in 'I'll Keep the Kids,' but in the context of their personal lives, the divorce ballad tastes like sour grapes.