Despite Troy Gentry's death, Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentrywill head out on tour next year to support the duo's final album together, Here's to You.

He says, “I’m anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans. Next year marks the 20th anniversary of our band -- we’ve got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018.” 

Here are the initial dates for Montgomery Gentry’s 2018 tour:

Jan. 19: Sioux Falls, SD (Denny Sanford Premier Center)Jan. 20: St. Charles, MO (The Family Arena)

Feb. 9: Columbia, MO (The Blue Note)Feb. 10: Springfield, IL (Boondocks)Feb. 23: Indianapolis, IN (8 Seconds Saloon)

March 2: Clifton Park, NY (Upstate Concert Hall)March 3: Lynchburg, VA (Phase 2)March 9: Jordan, NY (Kegs Canalside)March 10: Warrendale, PA (Jergel’s)March 16: Medina, OH (Thirsty Cowboy)March 17: Columbus, OH (The Bluestone)March 22: Augusta, GA (Country Club Dance Hall and Saloon)March 23: Birmingham, AL (Iron City)

June 2: Marion, KS (Chingawassa Days Festival)

July 6: Ft. Loramie, OH (Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes)July 13: New Salem, ND (ND Country Fest)July 14: Pierz, MN (Pierz Freedom Fest)July 20: Hillsboro, MO (Jefferson County Fair)July 21: Springville, IN (The Boogie)July 27: Ridgefield, CT (Ridgefield Playhouse)July 28: Bar Harbor, ME (Criterion Theater)

Aug. 2: West Allis, WI (Wisconsin State Fair)Aug. 17: Zanesville, OH (Muskingum County Fair)

Sept. 8: Manistee, MI (Little River Casino)Sept. 15: Ventura, CA (Boots and Brews)



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