Monty Byrom (born July 3, 1958) is an American rock, blues and country guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer. He fronted bands Billy Satellite, New Frontier, and the Academy of Country Music nominated Big House. Earlier in his career Byrom co-produced and co-wrote hit songs for Eddie Money while a member of Money's band. Money had earlier covered Byrom's Billy Satellite song, "I Wanna Go Back." Later while leading the "soul country" band Big House, Byrom made a significant contribution to the new Bakersfield Sound, with a nod to his Bakersfield roots.
In early 2007 Byrom was invited to join Buck Owens' band The Buckaroos at The Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California, fronting the band one weekend a month. Byrom was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and raised in Bakersfield, California. In addition to Eddie Money, Byrom worked and wrote for a number of other artists including Buck Owens, Beth Hart, The Stray Cats, David Lee Roth, Barbra Streisand, Rita Coolidge, Walela, George Thorogood, Don Felder, Jay Boy Adams, Ted Z and the Wranglers, and Midnight River Choir. He has also worked on many television and movie soundtracks.
In 2015, Monty Byrom fronted The Road Pilots, an americana infused rock and soul five piece playing in the old school tradition. His only release with the band, titled 100 Miles South of Eden, was released that year.
Monty is currently fronting The Byrom Brothers, which includes brother and Big House drummer Tanner Byrom. Their current release, an album of covers titled The Age Of Music, was released in 2016.