New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
"Outskirts," Montgomery Gentry's new seven-track EP, is scheduled for release June 14, 2019 via Average Joes Entertainment. Produced by award-winning producers Noah Gordon
and Shannon Houchins, pre-order the EP today here and instantly receive "King of the World" featuring guitar virtuoso, Steve Vai. Listen to an exclusive premiere of "King of the World" featuring Steve Vai on GuitarPlayer.com here.
Recorded in September
of 2017, the return of the duo's signature southern rock sound on "Outskirts" will be welcomed by fans. Eddie Montgomery's rough-hewn baritone combined with Gentry's incredible range and smooth vocals shine throughout the new offering. Commenting on the new EP, Montgomery said, "Can't wait for my friends to hear these songs. T-Roy and I had a blast recording them."
Opening with the title track, "Outskirts," which sings the praises of small town living and common core values, the new offering also includes two incredible cover songs - Montgomery's version of Merle Haggard's "What Am I Going To Do With The Rest Of My Life," and Gentry's take on the Darrell Scott classic "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive."
A standout track, "King of the World" featuring Steve Vai on guitar, is a swampy, uptempo song punctuated by Steve Vai's characteristic guitar licks. "'King of the World' is the way I want to live my life when I grow up," said Montgomery. "When I found out that guitar God, Steve Vai, was into it…that made it the s**t. Wow, still can't believe Steve Vai is playing on one of my songs!!"
Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry
continues to tour coast to coast sharing new music with fans nationwide. At the request of the fans he calls friends, Montgomery will perform a special Underground Fan Club party presented by Wrangler at Acme Feed and Seed during CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee on June 4. For more information regarding tour stops and tickets, visit www.MontgomeryGentry.com.
"Outskirts" Track List:
01. Outskirts (Dallas Davidson, Rodney Clawson, Ashley Gorley)
02. River Take Me (Darrell Scott)
03. What Am I Gonna Do With The Rest Of My Life (Merle Haggard)
04. Never Been Nothin' Else (Dallas Davidson, Bobby
05. You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive (Darrell Scott)
06. King Of The World/feat. Steve Vai (Troy Jones)
07. Joe's Six-Pack (Jeremy Stover, Jesse
Upcoming Tour Stops:
May 18 - Osage Casino, Bartlesville, OK
May 24 - Cowboy Coast Saloon, Ocean City, MD
May 25 - Rolling Thunder
Ride for Freedom Harley-Davidson of Washington DC, Fort Washington, MD
June 01 - Hometown Country Jam, Hobart, IN
June 04 - Underground Fan Club Party, Nashville, TN
June 06 - CMA Music
Fest, Nashville, TN
June 15 - The Shed, Maryville, TN
June 21 - St. Nicholas Country Fest, Freedom, WI
June 22 - Meramec Community Fair, Sullivan, MO
June 25 - Grand Ole Opry, Nashville TN
June 28 - Ford County Fair, Melvin, IL
June 29 - St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake, Turtle Lake, WI
July 04 - Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Fort Lewis, WA
July 05 - Clearwater River Casino & Lodge, Lewiston, ID
July 06 - Snoqualmie Casino, Snoqualmie, WA
July 13 - Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag's, Big Flats, NY
July 19 - Country Concert For St. Jude, Warsaw, IN
July 20 - Redwood County Fair, Redwood Falls, MN
July 26 - The Yard at Ray's - Bouckville, NY
Aug. 09 - Mercer County Fair, Celina, OH
Aug. 30 - Sister Cities Smokeout, Moorhead, MN
Sept. 28 - Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, Mt. Vernon, KY
Nov 11-18 - Country Cruising, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Average Joes Entertainment's Montgomery Gentry
will release "Outskirts," a seven-song EP which follows the duo's acclaimed studio album, "Here's To You," released in early 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 "Hell Yeah," "My Town," and "Hillbilly Shoes." They'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 Me." They 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 Gentry, visit www.montgomerygentry.com.