Montgomery Gentry Releases Seventh Studio Album

Montgomery Gentry’s seventh studio album, Rebels on the Run, was released yesterday (10/18) on new label home Average Joes. The album includes the single “Where I Come From.” The corresponding music video has stirred emotions with its realistic battle scenes and hard-hitting emotions that many veterans face in the heat of war.

Rodney Clawson and Dallas Davidson co-wrote “Where I Come From,” while Montgomery Gentry collaborated with Jim Collins, Ira Dean, Wendell Mobley, David Lee Murphy, Rivers Rutherford and Neil Thrasher on three of the other album cuts. The rest of the album was written by Kelly Archer, Greg Bates, Kevin Grantt, Justin Weaver and others.

Rebels on the Run was produced by Michael Knox, whose credits include Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Hank Williams, Jr., Kelly Clarkson and more.

While the album is available online and in stores, one physical copy of the CD is an exclusively designed “golden ticket” copy. The person who purchases this copy will win a one-of-a-kind Demented Cycles custom chopper, designed with input from the country duo.

Later this month, Montgomery Gentry will join Tonight Show host Jay Leno and thousands of bikers for the 28th annual Love Ride in Los Angeles on Sunday, Oct 23. Love Ride is a mega-event that draws thousands of generous motorcycle enthusiasts, concert-goers and celebrities to help others while enjoying music.

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