It's been 14 years since 9/11 -- the day the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center fell, the Pentagon was partially destroyed and a field near Shanksville, Pa., became a giant hole in the ground in the tragic, coordinated terrorist attacks carried out by al-Qaeda.
Montgomery Gentry were the first artists to take part in Super 8's Military Appreciation Tour, which will take musical acts to different cities to perform for military servicemembers and their families.
It's been a big, big year for Montgomery Gentry. The duo, made up of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, not only released their latest album, Folks Like Us, in early June, but they also were inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, in honor of their numerous musical contributions.
Montgomery Gentry's new album, Folks Like Us, will be their eighth studio album, but their first on their new record label, Blaster Records. Despite that change, the duo insists that everything else about them and their music remains the same.