Country singer John Michael Montgomery will be bringing about 25 years of hits including “I Can Love You Like That” and “I Love the Way You Love Me” with him when he hits the Island View Casino in Gulfport at 8 Saturday night. Read more~
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA - John Michael Montgomery takes the long view when it comes to his music. He’s not into the flavor of the week or keeping up with the bro country trend. He wants his music to last, and it has.
His debut album, “Life’s a Dance,” went triple platinum in 1992. Songs such as “I Love the Way You Love Me,” “I Swear,” “I Can Love You Like That,” and “How Was I to Know” saturated country and pop radio and are still in rotation today. His 2004 hit “Letters from Home” is a moving tribute to the bond between soldiers and their families.
“Regional Hero” John Michael Montgomery captivated the audience during his performance in the Acoustic Jam 2015 benefit concert held by the Kentucky Children’s Hospital at the Lexington Opera House in December. $100,000 was raised for charity. His moving performance of Letter From Home merited teardrops from the crowd, while stirring up smiles singing Life’s a Dance with his son Walker Montgomery. It was a full night of talent and emotion. Read More
The Montgomery Brothers, John Michael and Eddie joined forces to raise money for Kentucky Children’s Hospital this past October at the Old Bridge Country Club in Danville, October 11th & 12th. The concert featured John Michael Montgomery, Montgomery Gentry, JD Shelburne and many more of their friends. It was a fun time to golf and raise money to make a difference.
John Michael Montgomery and his bandmates performed in front of service members and local Okinawa residents at the 21st annual Camp Courtney Christmas and Holiday Festival hosted by Marine Corps Community Services Dec. 7 at Camp Courtney. The festival incorporated a variety of games, carnival rides and food. There were performances by popular artists such as Montgomery and Colbie Caillat, local musicians such as the Ninu-fa Daiko and Ti-da Daiko, and “ouka” – taiko drum performers. The event was open to the public and all service members, fostering an opportunity for the community to come together and enjoy the holidays. An event like this strengthened the relationship between service members and the Okinawa residents, fostering community…