Sad news to pass along once again: Troy Gentry, one half of the successful country/pop duo Montgomery Gentry, died on Friday at the age of 50 after a helicopter crash.
The duo’s Twitter account confirmed the news on Friday:
— Montgomery Gentry (@mgunderground) September 8, 2017
From their formation to the present day, Montgomery Gentry achieved numerous No. 1 hits and became a stalwart on the country/radio scene, most notably with songs including “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Lucky Man” and “Something to Be Proud Of,” among others. Their most recent album was 2015’s Folks Like Us.
May Troy Gentry rest in peace.