Troy Gentry was remembered at the Grand Ole Opry yesterday morning in Nashville with a celebration of life and many country stars paid tribute to Troy – who was killed in a helicopter crash last week. Among those singing at the memorial were Charlie Daniels, Trace Adkins, Half Way 2 Hazard and Vince Gill, who sang “Whenever You Come Around”, a song that Troy first sang to his wife Angie years ago. Before the song, Gill provided one of the most touching moments of the tribute when he told Eddie Montgomery to not “disappear’ and please come and be embraced by the Grand Ole Opry family and friends. Montgomery Gentry was made a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2009. Take a look:
And if you’d like to watch the entire service, here it is.