Montgomery Gentry has always been known for their rocking southern anthems and hearty American pride, but in 2014, during a touching moment on the Opry stage, they became known for a stunning tribute to everlasting love.
One half of the iconic country duo, Troy Gentry, stepped up to the microphone solo and issued a performance that brought the entire Opry house to tears.
Gentry's wife, Angie, was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier that year and as a special treat to her, the superstar gave a performance promising that he would forever be by her side - no matter what.
Singing the 1986 hit from T. Graham Brown, "Hell And High Water", Gentry opens his heart to the world and shows his incredible love for Angie.
"If you need a shoulder, I'll be around,
I'll be your rock to hold onto, girl. 'Til the river goes down."
"But come hell or high water, that you're goin' thru,
But come hell or high water, I'll be here standing by you"
At this, Angie (along with the entire audience) brushes tears from her eyes as she's overcome with emotion during his captivating and heartfelt tribute.
Gentry doesn't stop with just a beautifully crafted performance for his beloved wife. Nope, he pulls out all the stops and surprises her by finishing the song in a duet with the one-and-only T. Graham Brown!
Angie was over the moon when he announced Brown would be coming out on the stage and ecstatic when he walks out singing!
Following treatment and surgery, Angie Gentry was declared clear of cancer in the spring of 2015!
Watch this beautifully touching "Hell And High Water" performance that opened the Grand Ole Opry's breast-cancer awareness event Opry Goes Pink in the video below!
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