Montgomery Gentry Reveals Backstory on a Damn Good Song
Co-penned by Adam Fisher
Country Outlaw Adam Fisher landed his first major cut as a songwriter on Montgomery Gentry’s brand new album, Rebels On The Run. You can now hang out with Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry and get the inside scoop as to why they recorded Damn Baby.
Damn Baby, which is track 3 on the new album, was co-written by Adam, successful songwriter Philip Douglas (Craig Morgan, Emerson Drive, Clay Walker, Lonestar and #1 Aaron Tippin’s smash hit Kiss This) and hit songwriter Bernie Nelson (Trace Adkins, Pam Tillis, The Oak Ridge Boys, etc).
“It’s a different twist on a romantic song…a very cleaver twist on a way to tell somebody special how good they look,” said Troy Gentry. “A guy’s love song!”
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Hot off the heels of his current single Freight Train, Adam is moving full speed ahead. His self-titled EP, which features three tunes co-written by Adam, was produced by Grammy-nominated Eric Paul (Willie Nelson, Towns Van Zandt) and highlights his musical influences of Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Dave Matthews and Elvis.
Adam’s first single, Cotton Town, impacted radio and received amazing reviews, including one from Music Row’s renowned music critic, Robert K. Oermann. He is ready to take a risk and give his fans something new and different to love. Performing since the early age of thirteen, this good ‘ole boy has a rocking edge and the confidence and stage presence of a seasoned performer. To stay updated on him, visit www.AdamFisherLive.com or follow him on Twitter @AdamFisherLive.