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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country music icon Eddie Montgomery salutes blue-collar men and women around the world with the release of his new single “Thank A Beer Drinker” out now via Average Joes Entertainment. Written by Wynn Varble, David Lee, and Don Poythress, the single puts a spotlight on hard-working patrons that are often forgotten about and highlights their essentiality to our society and infrastructure. “Thank A Beer Drinker” is now available for download and stream on all digital platforms!

“Man, it’s been great to be back on the road and working on new music,” shares Montgomery. “This song was written by a few of my buddies, Wynn Varble, David Lee, and Don Poythress and I just had to get in the studio and cut it. This one is truly for all the beer drinkers out there!”

“Thank A Beer Drinker” showcases Eddie’s deep appreciation for hard work and dedication to a person’s craft, whatever it may be. The track serves as a new-age anthem for the early risers and the go-getters and relates to anyone who shares an appreciation for our diligent laborers.

Eddie Montgomery Live Dates: 11/12/22 - Key West, FL // Truman Waterfront Park Amphitheater 12/2/22 - Zanesville, OH // Secrest Auditorium 6/24/23 - Loma, CO // Country Jam Colorado 7/8/23 - Redwood Falls, MN // Vicki’s Camp N Country Jam 8/19/23 - Hiawassee, GA // Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds 11/4/23 - Liberty, NC // Liberty Showcase Theater

For tickets and more information, visit HERE. To keep up with everything Eddie Montgomery, visit his website and follow the social channels linked below.

About Eddie Montgomery: By tragic circumstance a solo artist, Eddie always feels the presence of Troy Gentry, his honky-tonking partner from back to the days they played for beer or a chunk of flesh at a pig roast near their eastern Kentucky roots. The man who was always accompanied by Eddie on stage and immersed in the soul of his first solo album is his long-time partner, Troy Gentry, who died Sept. 8, 2017, in a helicopter crash that could have put a tragic end to Montgomery Gentry sound. Since then, Eddie has dedicated his music career to honoring his fallen bandmate and keeping the beloved Montgomery Gentry sound alive. His debut solo album Ain’t No Closing Me Down was released in late 2021 via Average Joes Entertainment with the deluxe edition now available exclusively at Walmart.


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