Montgomery Gentry Announce New 7-Song ‘Outskirts’ EP, Recorded Just Days Before Troy’s Death

What a pleasant surprise.

We lost Troy Gentry in a tragic helicopter crash a couple years ago, but his legacy continues to live on through his music. Montgomery Gentry recorded a few songs back in September of 2017, just days before Troy’s death, and will be releasing them on a new 7-song EP titled Outskirts. The EP will feature a cover of Merle Haggard’s “What Am I Gonna Do With the Rest of My Life,” a cover of Darrel Scott’s “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive” and well as a newly released track featuring guitar player Steve Vai.

“Can’t wait for my friends to hear these songs,” says Eddie Montgomery. “T-Roy and I had a blast recording them.”

The new EP hits will be released in its entirety on June 14th.

Outskirts Track List:

“Outskirts” (Dallas Davidson, Rodney Clawson, Ashley Gorley)
“River Take Me” (Darrell Scott)
“What Am I Gonna Do With the Rest of My Life” (Merle Haggard)
“Never Been Nothin’ Else” (Dallas Davidson, Bobby Pinson)
“You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive” (Darrell Scott)
“King of the World” feat. Steve Vai (Troy Jones)
“Joe’s Six-Pack” (Jeremy Stover, Jesse Frasure, Travis Denning)

“King of the World”

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