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Montgomery Gentry CD to benefit injured vets

Montgomery Gentry has partnered with Cracker Barrel to release "For Our Heroes," a new CD that will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, whose mission is to honor and empower men and women who have been wounded while serving their country, according to a press release.

Montgomery Gentry maps out headlining run

Montgomery Gentry will return to the road this spring for an extensive North American tour behind its 2008 summertime release, "Back When I Knew It All."

Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson headline Country Thunder

Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson and Montgomery Gentry will headline next year's Country Thunder, scheduled for April 1-4 in Florence, AZ.

Montgomery Gentry to perform on CMT, CBS, with Charlie Daniels

Montgomery Gentry will be among the numerous performers to appear on Larry The Cable Guy's Star Studded Christmas Extravaganza, which will air Nov. 21 on CMT. The duo will be featured alongside other actors, celebrities and musicians including Toby Keith, Terry Bradshaw, Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Lewis Black, Blake Shelton, Rodney Atkins and Emily West.

Montgomery Gentry keeps rollin'

Country music duo Montgomery Gentry is finishing its support slot on Toby Keith's "Biggest & Baddest Tour" and getting ready for another round of US dates.

Montgomery Gentry goes 'Back' for summer trek

Country music duo Montgomery Gentry have mapped out a tour this summer behind the pair's forthcoming new album, "Back When I Knew It All."

Toby Keith gears up for 'Biggest & Baddest Tour'

The final touches are being put on Toby Keith's summer outing, with a few more dates added to the itinerary and support acts including Montgomery Gentry confirmed.

Randy Travis, Kenny Rogers, Others Added To CMA Fest

Several artists have been added to the lineup for the 2008 CMA Music Festival, including Trace Adkins, Kenny Rogers and Randy Travis, according to a press release.

Farm Aid nabs Allmans, Counting Crows, others

The Allman Brothers Band and Counting Crows have joined the lineup of this year's urban version of the Farm Aid benefit concert, set to take place Sept. 9 at New York City's Randall's Island.

Montgomery Gentry, LeAnn Rimes highlight Hannity concerts

Conservative radio and TV host Sean Hannity has revealed the roster for his annual series of "Freedom Concerts," with country duo Montgomery Gentry headlining shows in five cities.
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