Eddie Montgomery Teams With Darius Rucker On ‘Lucky Man’

A collaboration between Montgomery Gentry‘s Eddie Montgomery and Darius Rucker for a new version of the song, “Lucky Man,” premiered on Rolling Stone Country earlier this week.

“I have days where I hate my job / This little town, and the whole world, too,” Rucker sings in the first verse.

The new version of “Lucky Man” is part of Montgomery Gentry’s forthcoming 20th anniversary hits album, titled Montgomery Gentry: 20 Years of Hits. The album is scheduled to be released on November 16.

Track listing:

“Back When I Knew It All” (feat. Brad Paisley)
“Hillbilly Shoes” (feat. Granger Smith)
“Hell Yeah” (feat. Jimmie Allen)
“What Do You Think About That” (feat. Colt Ford)
“My Town”
“Lucky Man” (feat. Darius Rucker)
“Where I Come From”
“Something to Be Proud Of” (feat. Logan Mize)
“Some People Change”
“Better Me”
“One in Every Crowd (feat. Rodney Atkins)
“Gone”

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