Jason Aldean Pays Tribute to Troy Gentry
Jason Aldean has been touring all over the country for his “They Don’t Know” Tour. Aldean stopped to recognize the passing of country legend Don Williams and shortly after he talked about the sudden death of half of Montgomery Gentry, Troy Gentry. Jason raised a glass to Troy Gentry and everyone else in that stadium in Holmdel, New Jersey joined in. Aldean led into “Lonely and Gone” saying it was a song he used to play before he had a hit. Gentry passed away in a helicopter crash on September 8th. Reports indicate that the helicopter was having mechanical issues according to the audio retrieved from the emergency dispatch audio. Gentry was supposed to play a concert at the Flying W Airport later that evening. The helicopter crash is still under investigation.
Tray Gentry’s memory will forever live in country music. Many country artists have covered Montgomery Gentry while on tour. What is your favorite Montgomery Gentry song? Did you ever see them in concert?