John Michael Montgomery Parents

John Michael Montgomery is an American country music singer.

Montgomery began singing with his brother Eddie, who would later become known as one half of the duo Montgomery Gentry, before beginning his major-label solo career in 1992.

Montgomery’s recordings of “I Swear” and “I Can Love You Like That” were both released concurrently with cover versions by the R&B group All-4-One.

John Michael Montgomery Parents

John Michael Montgomery Parents: Meet Harold Edward Montgomery, Carol Dean Hasty

Who are John Michael Montgomery’s mother and father? Where are John Michael Montgomery’s parents now?

John Michael Montgomery was born in Danville, Kentucky, on January 20, 1965, to parents Carol Dean and Harold Edward Montgomery.

He was raised in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Montgomery received musical encouragement from his father, who played in a local country band and taught him his first chords.

John Michael Montgomery Parents

John Michael joined the family band (which included his older brother, Eddie Montgomery, who with Troy Gentry would form the duo Montgomery Gentry), playing guitar before becoming a lead singer when his parents divorced.