Montgomery Gentry Leaves Columbia

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• September 16, 2010

Award winning duo, Montgomery Gentry, has amicably left their long time label, Columbia Records. It’s official. The platinum pals hit career high points with songs like “My Town,” “Hell Yeah” and trophies such as CMA Duo of the Year (2000) and ACM Top New Group/Duo (2000).

The group’s latest release, For Our Heroes, was a Cracker Barrel exclusive that sold 25,933 debut week units on 5/31/2009. The group’s previous outing, the critically acclaimed Back When I Knew It All scanned 27,359 debut week units on 6/5/2008. Source: Nielsen SoundScan

Montgomery Gentry are managed by Dennis Entertainment which also manages Billy Currington and Coldwater Jane.

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