Award-winning country music artist John Michael Montgomery has come a long way since his days playing in Kentucky bars and sleeping in vehicles after playing concerts.
Montgomery, whose hits include songs like “I Swear”, “I Love the Way You Love Me” and “Letters from Home”, will be playing a concert at the Performing Arts Center on Sept. 8th.
Montgomery talked about his musical legacy, reminiscing about his early days with “Life’s A Dance”.
“It’s passed by so fast. I’ve been touring, my twenty-fifth year of touring. Any singer’s aspirations, no matter what genre you’re in, you dream, while you’re listening to the radio, maybe being on there one day and getting a break and being able to cut a good song.” Montgomery said.
Montgomery and his brother, Eddie Montgomery, had to put themselves in a position to get lucky before…
Check it out! I’m humbled to be named #63 on Top 100 Greatest Country Artist of All Time. AND to top it off, “I Swear” was listed as #41 on the 100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time.
How cool is that?!
It’s all because of you, my fans. Thank You!
Come see John Michael perform with Tracy Lawrence and many other guests at the Ascend Amphitheater on the AT&T Skyview Stage!!
Sunday, June 12 from 1:00 - 3:10 PM