Montgomery Gentry digitally releases new EP Friends and Family
Nashville’s country duo Montgomery Gentry releases their new digital EP Friends and Family, which includes their latest single “I’ll Keep The Kids,” to iTunes and all other digital outlets today, October 23, 2012. Click here to download Friends and Family.
Co-written by Eddie Montgomery, Ira Dean and Phil O’Donnell, “I’ll Keep The Kids” has been one of the most added records since it came out.
“We haven’t had a song with this much emotion since ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today.’” – Chris O’Kelley, WCKN
"When I heard this song, I got excited and asked the staff to come listen. We all agreed that this is a hit and put it on the air right away!" – Mike Hammond, WCYQ, Knoxville
“A Real Song about Real Life.” – Doug Montgomery, WBCT/CCPC
“Heartfelt, sung with real emotion, great writing. This song hits hard and needs to be heard!!” – Mike Kennedy, VP programming Wilkes Broadcasting
The new digital EP Friends & Family contains “I’ll Keep The Kids,” the “Where I Come From” remix featuring Colt Ford, “Good Ol’ Boys (Dukes of Hazzard There Song)” from Waylon (the tribute album) and “Ain’t Out Of The Woods” from the recent Colt Ford Declaration of Independence album.
About Montgomery Gentry: Average Joes, yes, but Montgomery Gentry is a superstar duo nonetheless. Whether it’s headlining tours, scoring a Grammy nomination, winning Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Awards, garnering critical acclaim or simply earning the admiration of their millions of fans, Eddie and Troy have met the criteria reserved for but a few in country music history. With 14 Top 5 singles, including five No. 1s, three Platinum and two Gold certified albums under their belt, Montgomery Gentry is back at it with their latest album Rebels On The Run. Their most recent single “I’ll Keep The Kids,” featured on their new four-song EP Friends and Family, has been one of the most added since its release. Their infamous Christmas song “Merry Christmas From The Family” is being re-released on the Average Joe’s Muddy Christmas album – out now.
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