You won’t believe what Luke Bryan can do on a guitar on this Montgomery Gentry classic

Luke Bryan gets a lot of credit for his singing, hosting and booty-shaking talents, but from the looks of this video, the guy can play the crazy out of a guitar too!

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Appearing at the “Luke Bryan Songwriters’ Showcase” alongside singer/songwriters Dallas Davidson and Jeff Stevens, Bryan showed off his guitar talents on the Montgomery Gentry hit “Where I Come From.”

Montgomery Gentry will soon have a lot more to show off come June 9, as the longtime country duo prepares for the release of their brand new album “Folks Like Us.” The album is currently available for pre-order on April 28 on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Music. Rare Country recently got to take an exclusive listen to the album, and from the sounds of it, Montgomery Gentry is back with a vengeance.

Getting ready to celebrate their 6th anniversary as Grand Ole Opry members, Montgomery Gentry is best known for their number one singles that include “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Me.” The pair, made up of Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, was also just inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame.

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