Average Joes Entertainment’s Montgomery Gentry caught up with Atlanta’s WUBL "The Bull" this weekend after headlining at the famed Wild Bill’s to a sold-out crowd of over 4,000 fans.
Coincidentally, the group’s current single "I’ll Keep The Kids" from their latest EP Friends and Family just landed at #37 on the Mediabase airplay chart and continues to climb. Co-written by Eddie Montgomery, Ira Dean and Phil O’Donnell, “I’ll Keep The Kids” is a deeply emotional song that resonates with fans across the country.
Pictured L-R: WUBL’s General Sales Manager, Jason Mosher, Eddie Montgomery, WUBL’s Morning Show co-host, Jason Pullman, Clear Channel Atlanta VP of Programming, Brian Michel, WUBL’s Morning Show co-host, Kristen Gates, Troy Montgomery, WUBL’s Morning Show Producer, Freckles.
About Montgomery Gentry: Superstar duo, Montgomery Gentry, has met the criteria reserved for but a few in country music history. With millions of albums sold, countless sold-out shows and scores of awards, including an induction into the Grand Ole Opry, fourteen Top 10 hits, five No. 1s, (“Something To Be Proud Of,” “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” "Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Me,”) Eddie and Troy continue to earn the admiration of their fans with their hard-hitting, honky-tonk brand of music. Signed with powerhouse independent label, Average Joes Entertainment, Montgomery Gentry’s newest project is the EP, Friends and Family. The latest single “I’ll Keep The Kids” has just landed inside the top 40 at country radio and continues to climb the charts while resonating with fans across the country.
Visit their web site, and follow them on Twitter @mgunderground. Check out their facebook page, too, and ‘Like’ them while you’re there.https://www.countryschatter.com/2013/02/montgomery-gentry-catches-up-with-atlantas-wubl-the-bull/Press ReleaseToursadmiration,co host,country music history,emotional song,Grand Ole Opry,mediabase airplay,montgomery gentry