Nation singer and songwriter Randy Montana began with a fairly good pedigree. Given birth to Sept 25, 1985 in Albany, NY, Montana may be the child of vocalist and songwriter Billy Montana, who penned number 1 singles for famous brands Garth Brooks, Sara Evans, and Jo Dee Messina. Montana relocated to Nashville in 1988 when Billy authorized a record cope with Warner Bros., and he was raised round the music picture there, going to his dad’s gigs and learning the way the business worked well. Younger Montana began playing acoustic guitar when he was 10, started writing tunes at age 16, and first performed publicly at one of is own father’s authors’ evenings at age 17. A higher college athlete, Montana gained a college soccer scholarship or grant, but opted to try out soccer rather when he went to Nashville’s Trevecca Nazarene University or college. He eventually moved his research to Middle Tennessee Condition University. He performed inside a music group known as “Homestead” during his university years, gigging at regional fraternity celebrations and bars; ultimately music received out, and he remaining college, working unusual careers while he published songs and appeared for a posting offer. He discovered that offer in 2008 when he authorized with Sony Music Posting, where his tune catalog caught the interest of Universal GROUP Nashville’s Joe Fisher. Montana shortly signed a documenting cope with Mercury Nashville, a department of Universal GROUP Nashville, who released an extraordinary first one, “Ain’t Much Still left of Lovin’ You,” before his debut record, the self-titled Randy Montana, which finally made an appearance in 2011.