Artist of the Week: Justin Moore

Justin Moore, Arkansas native is still hot off the release of his “Kinda Don’t Care” album that was released in 2017. The project has already earned Moore his third number one album debut. Released single off the album include “You Look Like You Need A Drink”, and “Somebody Else Will”. Moore received the CMA New Artist of the Year award in 2014 and was nominated for best male vocalist and album of the year in 2014.

Other hits under his hat are “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” “Till My Last Day”, the country mans anthem “Small Town USA”, “Hank It”, and “Backwoods”. Justin Moore has shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert and is currently on his headlining “AMERICAN MADE TOUR” with Lee Brice selling out arenas all across America.

Justin Moore is a country artist that gives me hope for being real country. I caught Justin Moore a few years back when he headlined Qfest a show put on by Q103.1 in Louisville Kentucky. Seeing how he pours his heart and soul into his music, into his work and witnessing him drop to his knees humbly as the entire arena sung his song back to him that was the moment you could tell he loves what he does and is made to be an entertainer.

Justin Moore has the heart and the passion for music that is apparent in his music. That is why fans resonate with him the way they do. Moore has put in his dues, opened for countless big names and now his work is paying off. With numorous  number one hits Justin is paving his own path in country music that looks to create a country legend.

Follow Justin Moore at Bandsintown, Facebook, Twitter, Indtsgram, and at his website for up to date information, tour, and music.




Justin Moore collaborated with Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe and covered a kick ass version of “Home Sweet Home” that may just be better than the original! Check out the video below and leave in the comments your thoughts!

*All photos are credit to: Ryan K, Pike


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