Montgomery Gentry Helps T.J. Martell

Montgomery Gentry and friends Chris Young, Jon Stone, Tim Nichols, Wade Hayes, Trent Willmon and Jim Quick with Coastline raised $80,000 for the first annual Country on the Beach festival in Cancun, Mexico, Dec. 3-6, benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation.

“Eddie [Montgomery] and I were thrilled when the T.J. Martell Foundation asked us to host their first Country on the Beach event," says the duo's Troy Gentry. "Besides having a great time with all of the other artists, fans and industry friends that attended, we are very proud to help raise money for such a worthy cause. Cancer research is very near and dear to my heart and we are both honored to have helped." The T .J. Martell Foundation supports research for cancer, leukemia and AIDS at six top research hospitals in the United States.

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