“KING OF THE WORLD,” MONTGOMERY GENTRY’S NEW VIDEO FEATURING EDDIE MONTGOMERY, PREMIERES ON FOX NEWS ENTERTAINMENT TODAY
Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery’s new video, “King of the World,” premiering today on Fox News Entertainment, is an adoring look at the world through the eyes of a dog whose master can do no wrong. Co-directed by Ed Pryor and Grant Claire for Hideout Pictures, the new video and song was featured on Montgomery Gentry’s latest album, “Here’s To You,” released in early 2017. Click here to view “King of the World.”
Written by Troy Jones, the quirky but catchy song features the rough-hewn baritone of Eddie Montgomery. “When I heard it, I immediately thought of my neighbor,” commented Montgomery. “I call him ‘my crazy-a** Cajun buddy’ and this song is him.” “King of the World” was shot at a cabin just outside of Nashville Tennessee.
With a full summer tour schedule planned, Eddie Montgomery and band continue to thrill audiences with the legendary Montgomery Gentry sound. From major festivals to small intimate clubs, Montgomery Gentry fans will have abundant opportunities to hear the new music from this powerful, award-winning entertainer.
NOV 1, 2018
To celebrate two decades of entertaining fans and making music, multi-platinum award-winning group, Montgomery Gentry, will release “Montgomery Gentry: 20 Years of Hits” via Average Joes Entertainment November 16, 2018. The album features 12 of the duo’s signature songs culled from a rich catalogue of southern rock anthems re-recorded to commemorate the band's 20th anniversary. Pre-order the new album here and instantly receive the track, “Lucky Man (feat./Darius Rucker)" which Rolling Stone says "...the new version seamlessly incorporates Rucker’s husky voice with Montgomery’s warm delivery to create a classic expression of gratitude..." Listen to the track here exclusively premiering on RollingStone.com today.
“Better Me," the lead single from HERE'S TO YOU – is currently playing on Country radio. The compelling retrospective tune was penned by heavy-hitters Jamie Moore, Josh Hoge, and Randy Montana.
In honor of Gentry and their nearly two decades-worth of chart-topping Country music, guests can expect to hear their greatest hits mixed with anticipated exclusive album and collectible bundles.