Platinum-selling Montgomery Gentry is taking the band’s long-awaited studio album, Here's to You, on the road. This emotional return to the stage is the first time member Eddie Montgomery will be touring without the late Troy Gentry.
“I’m anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans,” reveals Montgomery. “Next year marks the 20th anniversary of our band – we’ve got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018.”
Better Me, the lead single from Here's to You is currently playing on Country radio. The compelling retrospective tune was penned by heavy-hitters Jamie Moore, Josh Hoge, and Randy Montana.
In honor of Gentry and their nearly two decades-worth of chart-topping Country music, fans can expect to hear their greatest hits mixed with anticipated Here's to You tracks.
Georgia native Lauren Alaina captured America’s hearts when she competed on Season 10 of American Idol. In 2017, Lauren followed up her No. 1 debuting first album, Wildflower, with the release of the critically-acclaimed Road Less Traveled. The album landed on multiple end-of-year “Best Of” lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone and Amazon, and it became the top-streamed female country album release of the year. Praised as full of life lessons and uplift, the collection of 12 songs all written by the young star includes Lauren’s first No. 1 hit, title track Road Less Traveled, and her current single, Doin’ Fine. Lauren is this year’s ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year. She was also nominated for ACM Vocal Event of the Year for What Ifs, the double-platinum-selling No. 1 collaboration with her childhood friend, Kane Brown.
Nashville prolific hitmaker Jerrod Niemann is speaking from his heart – instead of his liver – with his romantic new single, God Made A Woman, now impacting Country radio. Fueled by a nearly decade-long career, Niemann is digging deeper with his forthcoming Curb Records album featuring an uplifting duet, A Little More Love, with good friend and label mate Lee Brice. Known for clever wordplay and attention-grabbing lyrics, the highly engaging singer-songwriter last topped country charts with his Platinum-certified multi–week No. 1 anthem, Drink to That All Night, from High Noon, on which he co-wrote eight of the 12 tracks.
General Admission is $45 in advance, and $55 the day of show (includes open seating in the grandstands or standing in the arena).
Tickets available at ticketswest.com or in person at Lawlor Ticket Office (no fees) or day of at the Reno Rodeo Ticket Office