Who's ready for June 26?

That's the day Eddie Montgomery, of Montgomery & Gentry, will be playing at Tanyard Gardens for the first of two big concerts for National Tom Sawyer Days. The Hannibal Jaycees has put together a massive concert line-up for this year's week-long event, and tickets are still available..

Eddie Montgomery partnered with Troy Gentry to sing 20 singles that landed on the Billboard country music chart. They had several number one hits, including “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something to be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All,” and “Roll with Me.” Gentry died in a helicopter crash in 2017 as he was on his way to a performance in New Jersey. Montgomery continues to perform tours under the Montgomery Gentry name.

I have a funny feeling there will be a big crowd for the concert on June 26, so if you want to go, I would get tickets as soon as you can. This is going to be an amazing kick-off for NTSD, which will have a full week of events. National Tow Sawyer Days will kick off the 66th year on Saturday, June 26 with the Hannibal Jaycees Cornhole tournament and then Eddie Montgomery later that night. The festival will run through Sunday, July 3rd with a full week of events for the entire family to enjoy, and yes that carnival will be back this year. For the full schedule of events click here.

KICK FM will be giving tickets away to see Eddie Montgomery June 26, listen to Mornings with Mark & Sam for your chance to win!

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