Justin Moore talks about new album, new tour and more

by Laura Lou / 135 days ago / Comments
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Justin Moore, dubbed by many in country music as a hell-raising, rebel kid, outdoorsman, family man, and genuine as they come country super star, has much to celebrate this new year.  With his fourth studio album recently released titled, Kinda Don’t Care, a co-headling tour with friend and peer, Lee Brice called the American Made Tour, kicking off later this month in Indianapolis, Indiana, as well as celebrating his sixth career No. 1 single with the first release from the new album, You Look Like I Need a Drink and we are only six days into 2017.

Moore took some time this morning, from his home in Arkansas, to talk with several of us journalists and discussed everything from what he eats for breakfast to how he was nervous about the vibe and sound of the new album. You will be surprised by who makes a guest appearance on the phone call which helps prove the “family man” title he has earned. 

Moore wanted to take his time with song selection, production, and feel of this new project, being careful not to disappoint any of his career-long fans, but knowing that to be a true artist means you must grow and get out of your comfort zone at times as well.

Join us as Moore talks with all of us and make sure you check out the new album available now on iTunes.  Check his website for upcoming tour dates with Brice and guest appearances in some locations by William Michael Morgan and Brett Young.

Click on the link below for this special interview! 

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Beginning about age 13, music always been my “safe place”, my “escape”, it became a part of who I am. My background includes being a photographer/journalist for newspapers, magazines and radio stations and more recently I have been an artist manager. What I continue to strive to learn is, what is important to the fans/readers? I find that the answer is always that they want to feel close to the artist they are supporting. The human contact that we all need is something that I want to deliver to anyone that happens to read something I write or see a photograph I shoot. It is important to me to provide that experience, because I am, after all, still always a “fan” and that giddy 13-year-old girl is simply amazed! I never imagined that my passion and love for music would lead me where I am today! I use the hashtag #iamtheluckiestgirliknow because I cannot believe how blessed I am! I’m excited to see “what happens next” and take you all along with me! This is going to be amazing…

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