Here’s To You, Montgomery Gentry

Montgomery Gentry
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– Montgomery Gentry
LP Field in Riverfront Park, Nashville.

Even though Troy Gentry has passed on, his memory will be out on the road next year when Montgomery Gentry kicks off its 20-year celebration tour.

Eddie Montgomery is celebrating Montgomery Gentry’s long-awaited album Here’s To You with the tour of the same name, which kicks off at Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, S.D., Jan. 19 and travels all the way into the fall, wrapping at Boots and Brews in Ventura, Calif., Sept. 15.  Alabama supports the first two shows of the tour.

Gentry died in a helicopter crash in Medford, N.J., Sept. 8, hours before the duo was set to play at The Flying W Airport & Resort. The 50-year-old Gentry was recently honored at the Country Music Association Awards

“I’m anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans,” Eddie Montgomery said in a statement.  “Next year marks the 20th anniversary of our band – we’ve got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018.”

The first single from the album, “Better Me,” is already playing on the radio. Here’s To You is available for preorder via Pledge Music and fans can also donate to the T.J. Martell Foundation upon purchase. The nonprofit benefits cancer research.

Click Montgomery Gentry’s page for a full itinerary.