Montgomery Gentry rolls into Vegas
Monday, September 17, 2007
– Montgomery Gentry will appear on NBC's television series "Las Vegas." The two-hour season premiere airs at 9 p.m., Sept. 28, starring Josh Duhamel, Molly Sims, James Lesure, Vanessa Marcil and Tom Selleck.
Now entering its fifth season, the drama follows the elite Las Vegas surveillance team charged with maintaining the security of one of Sin City's largest resorts and casinos.
Montgomery Gentry performs their Top 5 hit "Hell Yeah" for the episode.
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Country music had an especially dark day on Sept. 8, 2017, when the world lost the voices of both Don Williams and Troy Gentry. One was an established legend, and the other was working on it. Gentry was only 50 years-old at the time of his fatal helicopter crash, but he had accomplished much: the longstanding partnership with Eddie Montgomery had yielded five number one singles, and dozens of other hits. 2018's "Here's To You" release was completed at the time of the tragedy. ...
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