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Award-winning duo Montgomery Gentrys “Where I Come From” reaches Top 10 on the Billboard Country Chart. This is the first Top 10 for the duo on their new label home, Average Joes Entertainment, and a first for the powerhouse indie label.

“This is a huge milestone for everyone at Average Joes. We are so proud of working with Montgomery Gentry and happy to take this amazing single into the Top 10,” says Average Joes Entertainment President Tom Baldrica. “‘Where I Come From’ is reminiscent to Eddie and T-Roys’s earlier hits and we are happy to have brought them back to the country audience as front-runners of this great genre.”

“Where I Come From,” written by Rodney Clawson and Dallas Davidson, is the first single off their seventh studio album, Rebels On The Run, released October 2011 and the first album released on Average Joes Entertainment.  Breaking down musical barriers with hits songs like “My Town,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” and anthems like “Hell Yea” and “My Town,” Montgomery Gentry are well on their way to adding yet another staple song in their career.

In support of their recent nomination,The Academy of Country Music “Top Vocal Duo of The Year” nominees stopped by The Price is Right to tape a special episode dedicated to the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. The show features an appearance and performance from the duo and will air on March 30th (check your local times and listings.)

To purchase Montgomery Gentry’s new album, Rebels On The Run, visit you local major retailers or purchase from iTunes now by clicking HERE.