Country Rocker’s Pals Charlie Sheen, Josh Brolin, and Thomas Jane (The Punisher) Share in Excitement.

 

Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group’s Tim Montana has officially announced his new EP, Cars on Blocks will be released tomorrow, November 20th. Friends of the Country Rocker have shared in the excitement of the news—Hollywood bad boy Charlie SheenJosh Brolin (yes, Thanos himself), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), and more created videos sharing their elation.

To celebrate the EP’s release, Montana will appear on FOX & Friends on Friday to perform “Do It Fast,” marking the project’s TV debut. The fast-paced song, with its “go big or go home” energy was written in tribute to Tim’s pal and X Games champion, Travis Pastrana as well as fellow Butte alum, Evel Knievel. Cars On Blocks is Montana’s label debut, having recently been singed to Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group. The four-song EP is an ode to Butte, Montana and his trailer park upbringing. The title track (inspired by his childhood home, which still has the wheels on it) and “River Kids” both paint a clear picture of the blue collar Butte life, with “Stronger Than You,” and its apocalyptic melody, displaying the grit acquired from that existence. Produced by award-winning producer, Michael Knox, the EP is Country—but don’t mistake it for southern.

“I love that those ol’ boys are just as excited about the new music as I am—it’s nice to have people in your corner,” said Tim Montana “There’s something about this project that just feels really good too. Not only because the music feels so ‘me’ but teaming up with Knox and having the label’s support, everything just feels elevated from what we’ve done before.”
Montana shared a post on his Instagram about the EP, highlighting his relationship with Knox. As evident by the slew of celebrities joining in on the announcement fun, Tim has a heart that draws in everyone, from the famous to the blue collar. It’s led him to strike up long-lasting friendships and partnerships with an eclectic cast, including fellow artists, extreme sports athletes, war heroes and actors.
During the pandemic, Montana tapped his notable circle of friends (Charlie Sheen, Lee Brice, Chris Kirkpatrick, Michael Ray, Chase Rice, Travis Pastrana, to name a few) for the video for his and Mat Best’s song “Quarantine” (3.7m+ views to date). While humorous, the song is Country with a Rock edge, just like Montana himself.
Joining the BBR Music Group roster is only the latest in Montana’s long list of accomplishments. In addition to starring in his own show, “Tim Montana’s Wild Side” on Velocity Outdoor Channel, Tim has also found a great deal of success as a businessman. The Montana native is involved in Polaris, Black Rifle Coffee, Fender, Gerber, Giant Bicycles, Indian Motorcycles, Kicker Performance Audio, Orange Amplifiers, Snap On, Traeger Grills, Whisker Bomb Pepper Sauce (with his fellow Whisker Brother, Billy Gibbons) and more.
Track Listing:
1.   “Do It Fast”— Tim Montana, David Lee Murphy, Michah Wilshire
2.   “River Kids” — Tim Montana, Erik Dylan Anderson, Michah Wilshire
3.   “Stronger Than You” — Tim Montana, Brandon Kinney, Josh Thompson
4.   “Cars on Blocks”—Tim Montana, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Frank Rodgers
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ABOUT TIM MONTANA:
Chiefly considered a Country rocker, Tim Montana is a true Renaissance man, moonlighting as a TV personality, marksman, father, husband, foodie, hell-raiser, hot sauce connoisseur and businessman. Recently signed to Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group, the Montana native is set to release his label debut project Cars on Blocks in November 2020. His music, befitting of the off-the-grid thrill-seeker who grew up without electricity, draws influence from the rural lifestyle with a heap of adrenaline. His music has been selected as the theme song for World Series Championship runs, NHL games, NASCAR telecasts and action movies and has earned him spots opening for Kid Rock and performing alongside the Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl as well as the legendary Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.
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