This Week's Milestone
Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry played music from their earliest days. They were both part of Early Tymz, which featured Eddie’s brother John Michael as lead vocalist. When Eddie went on to stardom, Troy and Eddie re-teamed, first as Deuce, then as Montgomery Gentry. They signed to Columbia Records in 1999 and released “Hillbilly Shoes,” their first hit. They reached #1 in 2004 with “If You Ever Stop Loving Me” and have collaborated with a host of artists through the years.
INTERVIEW WITH MONTGOMERY GENTRY
BOB: "YOU’VE GOT A GREATEST HITS PACKAGE COMING OUT. IT MUST FEEL GREAT TO BE AT THIS POINT IN YOUR CAREER."
BOB: "WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THIS JOB YOU LOVE AND THE PARTS YOU DREAD?"
BOB: "YOU GUYS HAVE DONE WORK FOR THE MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION. HOW DID THAT COME ABOUT?"