Since releasing their first Greatest Hits project, Montgomery Gentry has consequently received a Grammy nomination for “Some People Change,” an ACM Album of the Year nod for 2008’s “Back When I Knew It All” and scored three #1 and three Top 5 singles. Given their undeniable streak of continued hits, it quickly became clear that they needed to put out a second greatest hits package.
“When we put out our first Greatest Hits album, Eddie and I felt like we’d just gotten started. We’re always trying to better ourselves both in the studio and on stage,” says Troy. “If you look at the direction Montgomery Gentry has gone, we started out with the hard-driving, in-your-face, honky-tonk, hell-raising style and carried that over into more working man’s songs. We’ve really tried to connect and relate to our fans through our music over the years.”
The new album is a rich collection with favorites like “Lucky Man,” and new favorite “Roll With Me,” that reflect the continued maturing of Montgomery Gentry. “Our fans are the most important to us,” says Eddie. “And over these last few years
The duo has always remained one with their fans, the people who live fully and work and play for all they’re worth – and the new brand-new tracks on this album are no different. Hits And More: Life Beside A Gravel Road includes the current single, “While You’re Still Young,” which offers humbling wisdom on how quickly time can pass by, and to always live life to the fullest.
“We weren’t about to give our fans another Greatest Hits album without some new Montgomery Gentry music to look forward to. The new songs keep to our roots,” says Troy of the new project. “When we sing a song, it’ll always tell a story. That’s just who we are.”
Montgomery Gentry fans can look forward to Hits And More: Life Beside A Gravel Road in stores everywhere September 28th.