MONTGOMERY GENTRY SINGLE TELLS WHAT'S IMPORTANT IN LIFE

Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry have made a great career out of identifying with and singing for the working class people they grew with. And their first-ever No. 1, "If You Ever Stop Loving Me," does it again by celebrating how love can get people through the rough spots of life. "Our music is about the John Does and the Jane Does that get up every day, have to look at the alarm clock and face themselves in the mirror and say, 'You know what? I've gotta get up and do this one more day,' " declares Troy. "And," adds Eddie, " 'If You Ever Stop Lovin' Me' says as long as you got somebody, you can do it. Whether it's your children, your wife or whatever. If you ever stop loving me then I don't think I could do it. And that's the main thing."

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