Country Artist John Michael Montgomery puts on crowd-pleasing performance on county fair's opening night
by Jessyca Cardinell
The grandstands of the Gouverneur and St. Lawrence County Fair were filled on its opening evening Tuesday, July 30 as spectators were ready to enjoy the music of country star John Michael Montgomery.
Tony Lynn, DJ of 95.3 The Wolf, introduced the country music legend, stating the star proudly totes 38 top ten hits throughout his extensive career.
Montgomery and his band traveled all the way from Kentucky, Montgomery’s stomping grounds, the night before to join its New York fans.
As John Michael Montgomery took to the stage with his high energy and southern charm, the crowd of people went wild with excitement. He kicked off the evening singing the song “Cowboy Love,” followed by “Beer and Bones” and a crowd pleasing favorite “Life’s A Dance.”
The evening carried on with songs including “I Love The Way You Love Me,” “I Can Love You Like That” and “Cover You In Kisses.”
The crowd was able to join in singing along to the song “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)” as the evening came to a close and everyone left satisfied.
Shirts were on sale and many fans were able to show off their love and support of John Michael Montgomery with great pride.
Along with his successes, includes selling over 15 million copies of his CDs worldwide and two of his songs were covered by R&B artists.
It was a fantastic night for everyone to enjoy and remember as the band put on an energy filled, fun show for its audience.