Mercury Nashville singer/songwriter Randy Montana will join Lady Antebellum for six dates on the highly anticipated Own The Night 2011 Tour. Montana continues to tour in support of his self-titled debut which was released to digital retailers on July 26. The response from the press has been great. Below is some of what the press had to say:

Montana’s self-titled new album shows his opening shot was no fluke. Over 11 songs, the singer-songwriter establishes that he has a strong, rough-edged voice and a distinct sound that comes across as experienced and confident for a 25-year-old newcomer.”  – Associated Press

“His melodies are warm, his lyrics are rich, there’s a very slight (and very welcome) Tom Petty influence and a very lovely (and also very welcome) duet with Emmylou Harris.”  – Washington Post

“The raspy-voiced Montana, a standout among his ‘I’m more country than you’ peers, breaks the genre’s mold but respects its heritage.” – Southern Living

It’s rare when a new artist’s debut CD leaves you immediately counting down the days to his next. That being said, Randy Montana’s self-titled first album already has me staring down my calendar.Ladies Home Journal

“Aspiring country artists looking to find the right way to make their mark in the genre would do well to look toward Randy Montana’s debut album as a model.”Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


11/11 Knoxville, TN Knoxville Coliseum

11//12 Macon, GA Macon Centreplex

11/13 Pikeville, KY East Kentucky Expo Center

11/16 El Paso, TX El Paso County Coliseum

11/17 Phoenix, AZ Grand Canyon University

11/18 Las Vegas, NV  The Joint at The Hard Rock

To keep up to date with Randy Montana, please visit his official website