Montgomery Gentry is remaining true to their roots with their relatable new single and working class anthem, “FOLKS LIKE US.” Kentucky natives Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry sing of living life on the simple, chasing dreams and fearing God in “Folks Like Us,” available for digital download now at iTunes.
Montgomery Gentry’s “Folks Like Us” is earning early praise from fans and critics alike:
“…a strong single from the band…a hit (for) people to grab a hold of” – Roughstock
“a refreshing song…Montgomery Gentry sit comfortably in their signature sound” – One Stop Country
“Montgomery Gentry return to their trademark sound…a blue collar anthem that the everyday country fan can really connect with” – The Music Intro
“…fans of Montgomery Gentry that have loved their past blue-collar anthems will be sure to love this one…” – Lovin’ Lyrics
“Folks Like Us” is impacting country radio now. The new Montgomery Gentry tune is written by Ash Bowers, Adam Craig and Neal Coty, and produced by Michael Knox.
Montgomery Gentry will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame on April 10th and will release their eighth studio album later this year. The pair recently celebrated their fifth anniversary as Grand Ole Opry members.
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The artists and songwriters who are accompanying us on this adventure into the unknown are none other than, Larry M.Clark, Clay Alston, Dave Caley, Dan Schafer, Cutler Boyd, Ron Butro, Judy Welden, Wayne Jacobs, Dana Jordan, James Devine, Beverley Walmsley, Barbara Blevins, Keith Bradford, Frans and Cathy Maritz.
Our artists on board this Discovery Voyage are all really excited and are hoping that Disk Jockeys will download their songs and add them to their playlists. For as good as our artists onboard are, they can never be good enough without being on your playlists. Thank You and as always assure you we come in peace.
George Jones, Johnny Cash, Ricky Van Shelton, George Strait, Johnny Paycheck All Sang His Songs
The man who wrote “One Piece At A Time” for Johnny Cash and “I’ll Leave This World Loving You” for Ricky Van Shelton has died. The songwriter Wayne Kemp passed away Monday at a hospital in Lafayette, Tennessee, at the age of 74. A cause of death was not given, however, according to Music Row, he was suffering from multiple ailments and was on kidney dialysis when he passed away. Kemp also wrote “Love Bug” for George Jones, “The Fireman” for George Strait and “I’m The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised” for Johnny Paycheck.
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I brought you out into a spacious place; I rescued you because I delighted in you. No matter what your circumstances, if you belong to Me, you are in a spacious place of salvation. You may be feeling cramped in your current situation, but your salvation is an ever-expanding gift. My Spirit lives inside you, and He is always working to sanctify you-making you more like Me. This is an inner expansion, and it will continue till I call you home to Glory.
Heaven is a wondrously spacious place; you will never feel cramped or frustrated there. I will wipe away every tear from the eyes of My people. There will be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying, and no more pain. Everything and everyone in heaven will be perfect. My limitless ocean of Love will wash over you and fill you to overflowing. You will finally be able to love Me-and other people-with perfect Love untainted by sin. This heavenly experience will continue to expand in ever-increasing gladness throughout eternity!
“He brought me out into a spacious place; he rescued me because he delighted in me. -2 Samuel 22:20”
You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will receive me to glory. -Psalm 73:24 esv
And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying.
There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away. -Revelation 21:3-4 nkjv