Justin Moore Plays 4th Street Live in Louisville

Photo by Laura Bostic-Wood

Justin Moore rolled into Louisville, KY on Friday, April 15, 2016. William Michael Morgan opened the show that people are still talking about. Justin is well known for his no-nonsense approach to country music, which is refreshing to those of us who are “true fans of the genre”. He stays true to himself and what the genre represents without resorting to “pleasing the labels and the current style” which I believe keeps the fans coming back for more.

Photo by Laura Bostic-Wood

Justin kicked things off with his #1 hit, “Point At You” followed by all of his chart-topping hits; “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away”, “Bait A Hook”, “How I Got To Be This Way” and his newest single, “You Look Like I Need A Drink”. Justin’s country charm captivated the audience and kept the crowd partying for 2 hours.

The recent death of Merle Haggard, a legend to Country fans and entertainers alike, has touched so many. Justin came back on stage for an encore which was strictly a “Merle Tribute”.  He performed all of Merle’s hits including intimate moments featuring only Justin and his guitar.

On a more personal note, I had the opportunity to meet with Justin, his tour manager and his artist manager. There are not many people in the industry that treat fans, media and staff with the respect and gratitude that this group does.
Laura with Justin Moore

 This was not my first time having the honor of shooting one of Justin’s shows. As a photographer it is always a great time because he gives you a lot to work with! As a fan and a member of the media, I never tire of the great performances and sincerity. Justin takes the time to make sure you feel like a friend.

If you have a chance, make sure to catch Justin out on tour this summer. You can find all dates and cities on his website at www.justinmooremusic.com

 Written By: Laura Bostic-Wood

Photos provided by Laura Bostic-Wood of Wing and A Prayer Photography

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