Since winning Jim Beam's National Talent Contest in 1994, Montgomery Gentry has been a cornerstone of one of the most important movements in country music. And with their newest album they show no signs of stopping. The CD, 'Rebels on the Run,' is the result of a year full of ups, downs, and bold choices both personally and professionally — a combination of factors that have led to powerful songs you won't soon forget.
Eddie and troy on bold choices
"I guess the boldest choice I ever made was to see a doctor at the end of last year. I'm not the kind of guy that really likes to go to a doctor for anything so for me to say, "I've got this pain, can you check it out?" was a big deal. He did an x-ray on my hip and saw something else on there that led to us finding out I had cancer. Luckily he caught it early and now I'm fine!"
"There's actually a line in our new single "Where I Come From" - "Where I come from, there's a man done wrong going to make it right". It's always a bold choice to make it right when you've done wrong."