Country Star Troy Gentry’s lifelong mission to “Love God, Love Others,” will continue with announcement of “C’Ya On The Flip Side II”, a star-studded concert to benefit The Troy Gentry Foundation, the Opry Trust Fund, T. J. Martell Foundation, Make-A-Wish, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Journey Home Project and scholarships and instruments for music education in Kentucky schools and is set for February 5, 2020 at the Grand Ole Opry House. Hosted by Storme Warren of SiriusXM’s The Highway and country star Tracy Lawrence, tickets will be available via www.
The initial line up for the all-star concert event includes Trace Adkins, Abby Anderson, Rhett Akins, T. Graham Brown, Tracy Lawrence, Brothers Osborne, Eddie Montgomery, Justin Moore, and Mark Wills, with more to be announced.
The Troy Gentry Foundation’s 2nd Annual Tin Roof 2 Tin Cup Golf Tournament, was held September 30, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee and raised over $130,000. Presented by Team Construction, the event featured a concert by Halfway to Hazard & Friends including Chris Young, Marty Roe of Diamond Rio, Tracy Lawrence, Eddie Montgomery and more, and was hosted by Storme Warren of SiriusXM’s The Highway.
Commenting on the 2nd annual concert plans, Troy Gentry’s widow, Angie Gentry, stated, “I’m just thrilled that we are doing this again. We started the The Troy Gentry Foundation to keep the spirit of Troy’s generous heart alive and honor his memory and dedication to helping others. He was very passionate about our military and their families, about those in need to provide for their children, cancer research and the continuation of music education.”
The foundation will provide financial support to organizations that aid in cancer research, assist military families in need and help provide music education to future generations. For more information, visit www.
Troy Gentry, one-half of the superstar country duo, Montgomery Gentry, passed away tragically in 2017. The duo has a long history of giving back to those in need by supporting such organizations as T.J. Martell, St. Jude Children’s Hospital and others. Montgomery Gentry were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry 2009.