Justin Moore

Lauren Alaina, Justin Moore to perform at 2022 Fort Drum Mountainfest

FORT DRUM, N.Y. (WWTI) — The community will once again be invited to Division Hill on the Fort Drum military base this summer. According to Fort Drum, American singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina and Country Music Star Justin Moore will perform at the 10th Annual Salute to the Troops Mountainfest. This...
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Justin Moore with Heath Sanders to perform August 20 at Missouri State Fair

Country music superstar Justin Moore will headline the final concert of the 2022 Missouri State Fair, performing on the State Fair Grandstand stage, presented by CFM Insurance on Saturday, Aug. 20. Opening for Moore is newcomer Heath Sanders. Multi-platinum hitmaker and Arkansas native Justin Moore has built a loyal following...

Villanova Basketball 2021-22 Player Recap: Justin Moore

Melancholy, that was my feeling watching Justin Moore go down. Minutes before seeing Moore’s calf nearly pop out of his skin, my feeling was elation. Here Villanova was, a few safe possessions away from another Final Four. This would be the third in the last six NCAA Tournaments, the fourth of Jay Wright’s career, and the sixth in program history.

Justin Moore Debuts Unreleased New Song “Get Rich Or Drunk Trying” And That’s My New Motto Now

“Gonna get rich, or get drunk trying.” That’s a hell of a motto. In fact I’m adopting it for myself now. And “Get Rich or Drunk Trying” is also the name of a brand new song from Justin Moore, one that’s apparently going to be on his upcoming album. We don’t know exactly when the new album is coming (though Justin has said it’s just about finished), but he’s been playing this one on his new Country On It tour that kicked […] The post Justin Moore Debuts Unreleased New Song “Get Rich Or Drunk Trying” And That’s My New Motto Now first appeared on Whiskey Riff.
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Justin Moore Takes Being Called A Redneck As A ‘Compliment’

Justin Moore identifies as a country guy and a country singer, and even a “redneck,” if you will. In fact, Justin tells us that being called a redneck is hardly an insult — in fact, it's just the opposite. He explains: “It’s so many other things than what people want to use it for, and say that it is. It’s blue-collar, hard-workin’, simple – in a good way, God-fearing. And so, it’s absolutely a compliment. To me there’s not much of a higher one.”

Garth Brooks Makes Case for Joining Justin Moore as Top Musician Razorback Fans

Country music star Justin Moore is, without question, the patron saint of big-time musician Razorback fans. The Poyen, Ark. native has bled the Cardinal red his whole life, owns a tour bus with 17 TVs called the “Razorback,” and, back in 2009, made sure that a Razorback hat appeared early on in his first hit music video.

Justin Moore and Casey Beathard Detail Life After War in Veteran-Written Tune, “Miss Those Memories”

NASHVILLE, TN – Nashville-based nonprofit CreatiVets and Big Machine Label Group’s campaign to release a new veteran-written track on the 20th of every month — paying tribute to the 20 veterans and active-duty members that commit suicide every single day — continues today (4/20) with “Miss Those Memories,” available now (via Big Machine Records) across all major streaming platforms.