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Apr 14

Montgomery Gentry Will Kick Off Riverfront Stage Performances at CMA Music Festival


More than 40 country stars of the past, present and future will perform on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage during CMA Music Festival held June 7-10 in downtown Nashville. Montgomery Gentry will kick off the performances, returning to CMA Music Festival for the first time since 2009.

“Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry are the perfect act to launch the 2012 CMA Music Festival on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage because of the excitement they generate with the fans while performing their great repertoire of hit music,” Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executive Officer, said. “This stage is packed with great hit-makers for four days, and it’s free! We invite everyone to come and enjoy the great music on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage.”

Chevrolet, a partner of CMA Music Festival and the Official Ride of Country Music, will once again host a vehicle display at Riverfront during the festival. The Chevrolet Riverfront Stage is free and open to the public.

The current daily artist lineups are revealed below in alphabetical order:

Thursday, June 7: Lee Brice, Colt Ford, Tracy Lawrence, Dustin Lynch, Neal McCoy, Montgomery Gentry, Craig Morgan, Jerrod Niemann, Randy Rogers Band, Josh Thompson, and Uncle Kracker.

Friday, June 8:  Craig Campbell, THE FARM, Gloriana, Jo Dee Messina, David Nail, Oak Ridge Boys, Thomas Rhett, Sawyer Brown, Phil Vassar, and James Wesley.

Saturday, June 9: Laura Bell Bundy, Edens Edge, Casey James, Lonestar, Love and Theft, Kip Moore, Heidi Newfield, James Otto, Corey Smith, and Mel Tillis.

Sunday, June 10:  Wade Bowen, Brett Eldredge, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, JT Hodges, Steve Holy, Jana Kramer, LoCash Cowboys, Lorrie Morgan, Sunny Sweeney, and Darryl Worley

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