The helicopter that crashed on Friday (Sept. 8) and killed Montgomery Gentry singer Troy Gentry and a pilot experienced mechanical issues for several minutes before the fatal accident, 911 audio has revealed.
Country music suffered a devastating loss with the death of Montgomery Gentry's Troy Gentry on Friday (Sept. 8). Immediately, the singer's friends and fellow country artists responded with an overwhelming outpouring of grief.
Eddie Montgomery is recuperating after collapsing on stage over the weekend. After rumors of a possible heart attack began to spread, the band took to Twitter to clarify that Montgomery suffered from dehydration and is doing well.
Montgomery Gentry rocked the FrogFest 28 crowd at the Utica Rome Speedway. The duo, who stands for hard working Americans, drew a chant of U-S-A from the crowd of thousands, and that's 'Something to Be Proud Of.'
Montgomery Gentry is ready for Wild West FrogFest and Rodeo on July 23rd at the Utica-Rome Speedway. We caught up with Eddie Montgomery for a round of speed questions. Here's what we managed to get out of him.
It may seem like it's always glitz and glam for country music's biggest stars, but they didn't all come by their storytelling ability naturally. Sadly, many singers have encountered great tragedies in their lives, or have overcome sharp odds to get where they are today.