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Country artist Walker Montgomery graces the stage at PBR Baltimore as part of the Coors Banquet "Start Your Legacy" PBR Bar Tour. Who doesn't love some live country music?


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Before he had his own music to share with an live audience, he did what so many newcomers do: cover songs. “I did a lot of Luke Bryan songs in the beginning. The girls in the crowd always liked the Luke Bryan covers, and they’d put a little more in the tip jar when you played those. But I also played a bunch of Randy Travis, Tracy Lawrence, and obviously a lot of my dad’s songs. ‘Sold’ always got everyone on their feet.”

Montgomery’s earlier songs have made a quantifiable impact on his day one fans and his brand new ones. “Simple Town” has already surpassed 3.6 million streams on Spotify, and follow-up tunes “Like My Daddy Done It” and “Saving for a Rainy Night” continue to boost Montgomery’s fanbase across all of the social media and music platforms, and more importantly, in real life.  

And now that he’s on the verge of releasing Rust, a six-song EP he produced with prolific hitmaker Dallas Davidson, Montgomery shares his thoughts on letting the best song win. “If I write a song, great. If I don't write it, great. I just want the most relatable song to reach people out there,” he says. So when it came time to choose the right songs to cut – ones that would fit his voice and the classic feel of the project -- Montgomery said that he and Davidson (and the other two Peach Pickers, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip) had a group text thread going and would all share music with each other that way.