Eddie Montgomery is slated to return to the stage for his first public performance since his partner in Montgomery Gentry, Troy Gentry, was killed in a helicopter crash in September, and he'll honor Gentry's legacy.
Eddie Montgomery is going to be okay. After collapsing on stage during a show at Cornstock Concert on the Hill, the Montgomery Gentry singer and his bandmate now say that Montgomery was just dehydrated.
Montgomery Gentry are one of the most successful duos in country music history. Consisting of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, they landed a deal with Columbia Records and shot to fame with the 1999 release of their debut album 'Tattoos & Scars,' which went Platinum on the strength of hit singles like 'Hillbilly Shoes' and 'Lonely and Gone.'