NEW YORK — As one half of Montgomery Gentry, Troy Gentry — who died Friday in a helicopter crash — helped the country music duo become a successful act in the genre, launching countless hits, winning multiple awards and reaching platinum status throughout the 2000s. Mr. Gentry, 50, was killed hours before the band was set to hit the stage — a second home for the singer and guitarist from Kentucky. The helicopter carrying Mr. Gentry crashed in a wooded area near the Flying W Airport in Medford, N.J., around 1 p.m. Friday. Montgomery Gentry was supposed to perform Friday in Medford. Mr. Gentry was born on April 5, 1967, in Lexington, Ky.
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