But there's more to Randy Montana than this here superficial snapshot, and what remains should be plenty to steer you toward the Puyallup Fairgrounds for Montana's set this Friday at 7, part of Puyallup's four-day Spring Fair (not to be confused with the month-long Puyallup Fair later in the year).
Montana's other new singles, "Assembly Line" and "Last Horse," are thoughtful ballads that take their time. They're aided by some fine female harmonies, most notably on "Last Horse," where Emmylou Harris gets the mount.
But it's YouTube's vault of live footage that really shows another side to Montana. Covers of Tom Petty's "Listen to Your Heart," Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Tuesday's Gone," Don Henley's "Boys of Summer," and the Allman Brothers' "Midnight Rider" reveal Randy to be quite the rocker. Put him and his band in the ring with an ace cover act like the Davanos, and they might fight to a draw.
Montana's show is included in the $9 admission to the Spring Fair, which includes a rodeo, monster trucks, a classic car show, and a ton of chow. Besides, Seattle, you love country music. It's OK to admit it.