Montgomery Gentry, “Lucky Man”

Montgomery Gentry, “Lucky Man”

The vocal sounds worn down at times, but it works well given the song’s message. One of their better singles, “Lucky Man” is a timely reminder of what it means to be grateful for what you have, even if you still sometimes feel envy for what you don’t have. I’m a big fan of this duo when they’re at their best, which is on smart material like this, not the mindless redneck rave-ups that are all microphone stand-twirling bombast. They’re starting to age gracefully.

Grade: A-

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  1. Anonymous

    Montgomery Gentry is one of my favorite country artists, though “Some People Change” was just OK. This is a good single; “Cold One Coming On” is still their best effort in my opinion. And I kinda like their rave-ups like “Hey Country” et al.