Being the lead singer of a famous band requires nerves of steel, a surplus of swagger, and the patience to endure Cleveland’s rambling, uncomfortably personal answer to “How you doin’ tonight, Cleveland?” Catch master showmen in their element with this GrouponLive deal.
- $13 for one ticket to see Montgomery Gentry (up to a $31.75 value)
- When: Friday, May 31 at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Congress Theater
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
Montgomery Gentry performing “One in Every Crowd” at the Grand Ole Opry
It’s been a hard couple of years for Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry. In September of 2010, the Kentucky country duo parted ways with their longtime label, Sony Music Nashville, and in December, Eddie underwent surgery for prostate cancer. Later that month, his wife of 20 years filed for divorce. But they soldiered on. Bloodied but unbeaten, the good ol’ boys came roaring back on a brand new label with their 2011 album, Rebels on the Run. “Where I Come From” kicks off with a snarling challenge: “Don’t you dare go runnin’ down my little town where I grew up,” sings Montgomery in his twanged baritone, emphasizing the twosome’s unwavering values of God, country, and tractors that run on barbecue sauce. With acoustic guitar in hand, Gentry lends his clear tenor to backing harmonies and his own leads while his cowboy-hatted partner lifts, spins, and leans on the mic stand.
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“It needs ac BUT all 3 bands rocked it out! Love Sebastian Bach and it was the first time I've seen Cinderella, they were awesome! Opening act of Hessler is always...”
“It needs ac BUT all 3 bands rocked it out! Love Sebastian Bach and it was the first time I've seen Cinderella, they were awesome! Opening act of Hessler is always good too. ”
“Kind of an older dumpy venue, but the drink prices aren't crazy.”