Troy Gentry Net Worth: Troy Gentry was an American country musician, singer and guitarist known for being the one half of famous band “Montgomery Gentry”. As of 2017, Troy Gentry net worth is estimated to be $10 million.
Troy Gentry was born on April 5, 1967 in Lexington, Kentucky to Lloyd and Pat Gentry. He attended Lexington Community College and then went to University of Kentucky where he majored in marketing and business management. Before starting the band “Montgomery Gentry”, Troy and Eddie both used to perform on different bands. In 1999, the duo formed the band and they released their first album “Tattoos & Scars”. Their debut single “Hillbilly Shoes” was huge hit and entered the Billboard Country singles chart peaking at number 13 on the country charts and 62 on Billboard Hot 100. Their album peaked at #10 on Top Country Albums chart and was certified platinum by RIAA.
The band then released their second album “Carrying On” in mid 2001. Their hit single “She Couldn’t Change Me” peaked at number 2 on the country charts and number 37 on Hot 100. The album was certified gold and sold more than 500,000 copies. The duo then released their third album “My Town” in 2002 followed by their next one “You Do Your Thing” in 2004. Altogether, they have released 7 albums together and some of their popular songs include “If You Ever Stop Loving Me”, “Something to Be Proud Of”, “Lucky Man”, “Back When I Knew It All”, “Roll With Me”, “Gone” and many others. For their contribution in music, they were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2009.
Troy Gentry Net Worth: $10 million
Troy Gentry Death Cause: On September 8, 2017, Troy Gentry died in helicopter crash. Eddie and their band were set to perform a concert in New Jersey. His death was confirmed just couple of hours before he was set to perform. The pilot also died in that incident.
Troy Gentry Wife: Troy was married to Angie McClure from late 1999. Together, they had one child named Kaylee who was born in November 2002.