GAC Nights has teamed up with the FFA to bring you coverage from the 2010 FFA Convention. Randy performed acoustically at this year's convention, and on December 2nd, GAC Nights gives you a peak at this special event. Tune in to GAC at 8PM ET to watch. (It will re-air at 12AM ET the same day)
Randy and his band wrapped a six-day tour run with Little Big Town Saturday night at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado. Montana met the group earlier this year when they shared the opening slots on Sugarland’s “The Incredible Machine Tour.” The group extended an invitation for Montana to join them on their Fall Tour and Montana is thankful for the experience.
Great American Country wants YOU, the fans, to decide GAC’s Top 50 Videos of 2010, and Randy Montana has been nominated! “Ain't Much Left Of Lovin' You” is among the 130+ videos nominated. Voting runs now through Nov. 30 and you can vote once per day for up to 10 of your favorite videos.
Randy Montana Trades Songwriting Tips With Kyle Petty
Country singer-songwriter Randy Montana may now be part of NASCAR's famous Petty clan (since he's married to Richard Petty's granddaughter, Montgomery) but he can unequivocally say there is no racing career in his future. Randy admits that he didn't care much for NASCAR before his wife and in-laws took him to a race, and that he's definitely the more cautious driver in the family.
It's been a fantastic 15 shows for Randy and his crew, opening on Sugarland's Incredible Machine tour along with Little Big Town, but all good things must come to an end. Randy says goodbye to his new friends by re-living some of their favorite moments on the road in Van Cam, Episode 10.
One of the cuts we can’t stop listening to on our new free sampler, CMT Presents The Country Way Digital Vol. 2, is Randy Montana’s “1,000 Faces.” Blame it on the clever rhyme scheme, or the song’s sentimental center. We talked to the country newcomer (and Taylor Swift tour mate) about “1,000 Faces’” origins, the killer video, his songwriting dad, and his admiration for Bruce Springsteen.
Randy Montana is kicking off the New Year in a big way, landing in Southern
Living  magazine's annual 'Best of the South' issue as one of the
magazine's top five Southern artists to watch in 2011. The singer-songwriter
also has a brand new single and video, '1000 Faces,' out this week and is
releasing a special three-song EP.
It’s not difficult to see Southern rock’s intertwining with country music over the last few decades. While Charlie Daniels and Hank Williams Jr. have long had their feet planted in both genres, Travis Tritt and Montgomery Gentry—and more recently Jason Aldean and Justin Moore—have not been shy about professing the influence Southern rock has had on their music.