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Gary Gentry is an American singer/songwriter and musician. He was born on September 21, 1953, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Gentry began his music career as a teenager, playing guitar and singing in local bands in Ohio. In the 1970s, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue a career in the music industry. There, he worked as a songwriter, penning songs for artists like Crystal Gayle, Tanya Tucker, and Mickey Gilley.

In the 1980s, Gentry released several solo albums, including “Fools Paradise,” “A Little Bit of Me,” and “So Many Ways.” He also had a number of charting singles, including “I’m Not Lisa,” “Broken Hearted Me,” and “Love’s Not Worth It.”

Gentry’s music is often described as a blend of country, pop, and rock influences, with heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies. He is known for his smooth and expressive singing voice and his ability to connect with audiences through his music.

Although Gentry is not as well-known as some other musicians, he has been a respected and influential figure in the music industry for decades. He continues to write and perform music today, and his work has been covered by a variety of artists in different genres.

Gary Gentry “Biker Songs”


“Biker Songs” Track List

1) Junkyard’s Intro
2) Heros And Harleys
3) Not Made In Japan
4) Easy Rider
5) Delotted
6) Uncle Elroy
7)A Brother’s Funeral Song
8) Hell On A Harley
9) Dixie
10)When You Hear The “Beep”