Concert Announcements: Tim McGraw, Montgomery Gentry, and New Boyz

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Like hip-hop and country music? You're in luck with today's concert announcements then. The New Boyz, creators of what might be the most annoying chorus in the history of music "You're a Jerk" have been tapped to open for Chris Brown. The show takes place on November 29 at Revolution Live. Tickets are $30 and are available now through Ticketmaster.

Hit the jump to hear the infamous chorus.

Montgomery Gentry has also announced they'll be coming to C.B. Smith

Park on January 24. The country duo (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry

for those keeping track) has racked up more than twenty charting

singles on the Billboard country charts since 1999, including five

number one hits. Tickets aren't yet available, but if you log onto

their website, you can request a meet and greet when they come.

Finally, on May 8, Cruzan Amphitheater will be the place to be for fans

of Tim McGraw. Mr McGraw, who's best work was as Charles Billingsley in

Friday Night Lights and Rob McLaughlin in Flickr, evidently plays music

when he's not lighting up the silver screen. There must be something to

it as Taylor Swift wrote a song about one of his songs that reminded

her of another song about love or something like that. Tickets for the

show aren't yet available, but Live Nation will be the place to pick

them up.

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