Montgomery Gentry is back in the studio with producer Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Thomas Rhett, ABC's “Nashville”) putting the finishing touches on their brand new album and their first new music in three years. The long awaited project is expected to release on Blaster Records in early 2015. The super duo shines bright on the debut single, "Headlights," a late night, back road party anthem, written by hit tunesmiths Wendell Mobley, Bob DiPiero, and Tony Martin. The track will be available for fans to download digitally on September 2nd.
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MONTGOMERY GENTRY IGNITES FANS AND CRITICS ALIKE WITH BRAND NEW SINGLE, “HEADLIGHTS,” IMPACTING COUNTRY RADIO TODAY
Available For Fans to Download Starting September 2nd
Montgomery Gentry continues to fire up playlists with the release of their brand new single, “Headlights,” impacting country radio today and scoring 2nd most added with over 40 stations on board! The super duo shines bright on their first new music since 2011, with a late night, back road party anthem, written by hit tunesmiths Wendell Mobley, Bob DiPiero, and Tony Martin and produced by Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Thomas Rhett, ABC's “Nashville”). “Headlights” will be available for fans to download digitally on September 2nd. Their debut album with innovative and independent new label partner, Blaster Records, is set to release in early 2015.
The duo recently took fans behind the scenes of a live performance in an action-packed teaser for, ‘Headlights.’ The clip premiered exclusively on Taste of Country late last week.
Early praise for the song includes:
"Before there was Bro Country, there was Montgomery Gentry. ‘Headlights’ is Eddie and Troy at their best!’ - Kerry Wolfe, WMIL/Milwaukee
“Montgomery Gentry have been bringing hits to country radio before bro country became cool. ‘Headlights' is a solid modern country song perfect for radio today!” - Tim Roberts, WYCD/Detroit
“…A new take on the classic feel of Montgomery Gentry. Eddie and Troy know how to use their very distinctive vocals perfectly to offset one another while they also use “Headlights” to show their ability to unapologetically move their signature sound forward.”– One Stop Country
“Montgomery Gentry began delivering Hell raisin', back road, party down, good time songs when Florida Georgia Line…were still middle schoolers. With "Headlights," the talented duo from Kentucky has retained their sound, attitude and edge. They also still know a good party…”- All Access/RJ Curtis
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