Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry have been making music together since the 1990s. But the duo that make up the southern rock band Montgomery Gentry says when it comes time for a little rest and relaxation, they like to split up.Just like any self respecting good 'ol boy, they like honky tonk bars and riding their motorcycles, but sometimes being a celeb doesn't allow for a lot freedom from fans. Luckily for Fox411, the two of them have had quite a bit of experience in the art of traveling, and when on the road they're able to mix a little pleasure with business. Montgomery and Gentry’s music has taken them to the forefront of country music with 14 top 10 singles, five of which hit number one. They have received honors form the American Music Awards and the Academy of Country Music and according to the band’s website the honor that meant the most to them was the induction into the Grand Ole Opry in 2009.The self-proclaimed blue-collar crooners spoke to Fox411 about all of their favorit...
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