Much-Anticipated Album HERE’S TO YOU To LaunchÂ February 2, 2018
Fans Welcome To Support The T.J. Martell Foundation Upon Preorder; Exclusive Album And Collectible Bundles Available
Average Joes Entertainment’s PLATINUM-sellingÂ MONTGOMERY GENTRYÂ is taking the bandâ€™s long-awaited studio album,Â HEREâ€™S TO YOU, on the road with the HEREâ€™S TO YOU TOUR this winter. This emotional return to the stage is the first time member Eddie Montgomery will be touring without the late Troy Gentry.
â€œIâ€™m anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans,â€ reveals Montgomery. â€œNext year marks the 20thÂ anniversary of our band â€“ weâ€™ve got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018.â€
â€œBetter Me,” the lead single fromÂ HERE’S TO YOUÂ â€“ to be released onÂ February 2, 2018Â â€“ is currently playing on Country radio. The compelling retrospective tune was penned by heavy-hitters Jamie Moore, Josh Hoge, and Randy Montana.
In honor of Gentry and their nearly two decades-worth of chart-topping Country music, guests can expect to hear their greatest hits mixed with anticipatedÂ HEREâ€™S TO YOUÂ tracks during the expedition. Jumpstarting the nationwide trek onÂ January 19, 2018Â at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, SD, supporting Alabama, the canâ€™t-miss headlining tour crisscrossing the country wraps in Ventura, CA, at Boots and Brews onÂ September 15, 2018.
HEREâ€™S TO YOUÂ is now available forÂ preorderÂ via Pledge Music, in addition toÂ exclusive album and collectible bundles. Fans can also donate to the T.J. Martell Foundation upon purchase. Montgomery Gentry remains staunch supporters of the non-profit organization, which benefits cancer research, and is proud to continue to help the cause withÂ HEREâ€™S TO YOU.
Announced dates, cities, and venues ofÂ HEREâ€™S TO YOU TOURÂ to date:
1/19/18Â – Sioux Falls, SDÂ -Â Denny Sanford Premier Center+
1/20/18Â – St. Charles, MOÂ -Â The Family Arena+
2/9/18Â – Columbia, MOÂ -Â The Blue Note
2/10/18Â – Springfield, ILÂ -Â Boondocks
2/23/18Â – Indianapolis, INÂ -Â 8 Seconds Saloon
3/2/18Â – Clifton Park, NYÂ -Â Upstate Concert Hall
3/3/18Â – Lynchburg, VAÂ -Â Phase 2
3/9/18Â – Jordan, NYÂ -Â Kegs Canalside
3/10/18Â – Warrendale, PAÂ -Â Jergelâ€™s
3/16/18Â – Medina, OHÂ -Â Thirsty Cowboy
3/17/18Â – Columbus, OHÂ -Â The Bluestone
3/22/18Â – Augusta, GAÂ -Â Country Club Dance Hall and Saloon
3/23/18Â – Birmingham, ALÂ -Â Iron City
6/2/18Â – Marion, KSÂ -Â Chingawassa Days Festival
7/6/18Â – Ft. Loramie, OHÂ -Â Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes
7/13/18Â – New Salem, NDÂ -Â ND Country Fest
7/14/18Â – Pierz, MNÂ -Â Pierz Freedom Fest
7/20/18Â – Hillsboro, MOÂ -Â Jefferson County Fair
7/21/18Â – Springville, INÂ -Â The Boogie
7/27/18Â – Ridgefield, CTÂ -Â Ridgefield Playhouse
7/28/18Â – Bar Harbor, MEÂ -Â Criterion Theater
8/2/18Â – West Allis, WIÂ -Â Wisconsin State Fair
8/17/18Â – Zanesville, OHÂ -Â Muskingum County Fair
9/8/18Â – Manistee, MIÂ -Â Little River Casino
9/15/18Â – Ventura, CAÂ -Â Boots and Brews
+Â Supporting act for Alabama
About Montgomery Gentryâ€¬â€¬â€¬:
Average Joes Entertainmentâ€™s acclaimed Montgomery Gentry is gearing up for the release of their long-awaited studio albumÂ HEREâ€™S TO YOUÂ onÂ February 2, 2018. With 20 plus charted singles, the Kentucky-born duo has earned CMA, ACM, and GRAMMY awards and nominations with undeniable blue collar anthems like â€œHell Yeah,â€ â€œMy Town,â€ and â€œHillbilly Shoes.”Â Theyâ€™ve notched five No. 1 singles (“If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Meâ€), were inducted as Grand Ole Opry members in 2009 and were inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame in 2015. For more about Montgomery Gentryâ€¬â€¬â€¬, visitÂ www.montgomerygentry.com, engage with the band onÂ Facebook,Â @mgundergroundÂ on twitter,Â @montgomerygentryÂ on instagram and onÂ YouTube.