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Rusty Eck Ford
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Montgomery Gentry
Since their debut in 1999, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry have been a cornerstone of the most important movement in country music since the Outlaws. Just as Waylon, Willie and the rest kicked open the genre's doors in the 1970s, Montgomery Gentry has helped kick-start 21st century country.

The elements consist of straightforward lyrics reflecting the realities of modern life, a tour and stage show that are completely inclusive of their audience, and a gritty rock edge that has captured the imaginations of untold millions. Along with like-minded artists like Gretchen Wilson, Hank Jr. and Big & Rich, they have joined forces with rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Kid Rock to help rewrite the modern musical landscape.

Theirs is a world of blue-collar anthems, tales of life, work, love, loss and patriotism balanced by the hard-partying spirit that takes the edge off --"the good, the bad, the ugly, and the party on the weekends," as Montgomery has long capsulated it.

"People recognize the realism in our music," says Gentry. "We're not trying to candy coat anything. Who we are is who we are. It's all about being real, being yourself, and playing real music to the people."

For Montgomery Gentry, the upshot of that connection with their audience--their "friends," as Montgomery invariably calls them--has been milestone after milestone in an enviable career trajectory. "Some People Change," the leadoff single & title track from their stellar new collection, became the fastest-rising in their already impressive catalog. It followed "She Don't Tell Me To," the single from 2005's greatest hits collection, Something To Be Proud Of: The Best of 1999-2005, a song that hit the Top 5 on the country charts, while the albums' title track reached #1 on both the Billboard and R&R singles charts. In addition, the pair was CMT's Most Played Duo of 2005.
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Songs
Title: Back When I Knew It All
Album: Back When I Knew It All
Label: Columbia Nashville
 
Title: Long Line Of Losers
Album: Back when I Knew It All
Label: Columbia Nashville
 
Title: One In Every Crowd
Album: Back When I Knew It All
Label: Columbia Nashville
Title: Roll With Me
Album: Back When I Knew It All
 
Title: Where I Come From
Album: Rebels On The Run
Label: Average Joe's
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