MONTGOMERY GENTRY: FROM CARRYIN' ON TO GOOD CLEAN FUN

Montgomery Gentry is back in the recording studio working on a new album to follow up their gold-certified "Carryin' On."

The group has already recorded one of their favorite songs to play live -- Gregg Allman's "Good Clean Fun." Although it has not been decided if it will make the final cut of songs for the album, everyone involved in the recording seemed to have a blast.

The song's original writer, Johnny Neel, joined the crew during recording, putting extra pressure on the group. "I was pretty nervous, with him being the guy who wrote it," says Troy Gentry. "But when I looked over and saw him whooping and hollering, it made everything okay." And Eddie Montgomery adds, "All the musicians were saying it was a blast to cut something funky like that. It sounded like heaven to me!"

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