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Top 5 John Michael Montgomery Songs


  • Date: September 26, 2017

Tickets are still on sale for John Michael Montgomery on November 18th! We’re excited to have the country legend gracing our Spirit Mountain Casino stage, so today we’re looking at our top 5 favorite John M. Montgomery songs! From 5 to 1, here they are:

5. “Cover You in Kisses”

Released in 1998 as the second single from Montgomery’s fifth studio album, Leave a Mark, “Cover You in Kisses” hit the U.S. Billboard for Hot Country Singles & Tracks at number 68. Billboard positively reviewed the song and reviewer Larry Flick said the song had an “…easy summertime feel that should serve radio well.”

4. “I Miss You a Little”

Peaking at number 6 on the U.S. Billboard, “I Miss You a Little” brings Montgomery’s vulnerability to the forefront of the songwriting. All told, the song is a heartbreaking movement through the loss of love.

3. “I Can Love You Like That”

The seminal country love song of the mid 90’s, “I Can Love You Like That” from John M. Montgomery’s self-titled third album reached the coveted number 1 spot on the U.S. Hot Country Charts when it debuted and number 5 on the 1995 U.S. Country Songs by the end of the year. The music video prominently featured a marriage, fueling 90’s wedding dreams and John Michael Montgomery fantasies.

2. “Letters from Home”

From the 2004 album of the same name, “Letters from Home” portrays the life of a soldier on duty overseas. The verses are broken out into individual letters from the soldier’s mother and girlfriend about life at home. For any soldier far away from their loved ones, Montgomery’s words hold true.

1. “I Swear”

“I Swear” is an interesting song, as its 1994 release spawned two versions of the chart-topping hit, the original from Montgomery and a cover from American pop group, All-4-One. The two versions were released only months apart but both found critical and fan success.

To catch these songs and more, be sure to get your tickets to John Michael Montgomery before they sell out! Tickets start at $25 and he’ll be joined by opening act, Craig Campbell.

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