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Watch Justin Moore’s Spirited New Video for “Why We Drink”

Watch Justin Moore’s Spirited New Video for “Why We Drink”

Justin Moore dropped a new video for his spirited single, “Why We Drink.” Penned by Justin, Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy and Jeremy Stover, “Why We Drink” is featured on Justin’s 2019 album, Late Nights and Longnecks. Directed by Cody Villalobos, the new clip was filmed at Justin’s home in Poyen, Ark., and features many…MORE

Justin Moore Plans 2020 “Late Night & Longnecks Tour” With Tracy Lawrence

Justin Moore Plans 2020 “Late Night & Longnecks Tour” With Tracy Lawrence

Justin Moore announced he will hit the road in 2020 for the Late Night & Longnecks Tour with Tracy Lawrence. The 19-date trek, which takes its name from Justin’s 2019 album, will kick off on Jan. 16 in Dodge City, Kan., making additional stops in Indianapolis, Cleveland, Denver, Atlanta and more. Tickets for the new…MORE

Justin Moore Drops Spirited New Single, “Why We Drink” [Listen]

Justin Moore Drops Spirited New Single, “Why We Drink” [Listen]

Justin Moore will try to score the 9th No. 1 hit of his career with the release of the spirited new single, “Why We Drink.” Penned by Justin, Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy and Jeremy Stover, “Why We Drink” is featured on Justin’s 2019 album, Late Nights and Longnecks, which recently spawned No. 1 hit,…MORE

Fox’s Summer Concert Series Features Country-Heavy Lineup, Including Michael Ray, Justin Moore, Big & Rich, Runaway June & More

Fox’s Summer Concert Series Features Country-Heavy Lineup, Including Michael Ray, Justin Moore, Big & Rich, Runaway June & More

Fox & Friends’ annual All-American Summer Concert Series will feature a country-heavy lineup this season. Eli Young Band, Michael Ray, Rodney Atkins, Walker Hayes, Big & Rich, Runaway June, Justin Moore and Phil Vassar are all set to perform live from Fox Square—the plaza outside the network headquarters in New York—on their respective dates, which…MORE

Justin Moore Readies Most Traditional-Sounding Album to Date, “Late Nights & Longnecks”

Justin Moore Readies Most Traditional-Sounding Album to Date, “Late Nights & Longnecks”

Justin Moore revealed he will release his upcoming fifth studio album, Late Night and Longnecks, on April 26. Justin co-wrote every track on the 10-song offering, which also features songwriters Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Paul DiGiovanni, Rhett Akins, Jeremy Stover and more. With backing from guitar virtuoso Brent Mason and pedal steel icon Paul…MORE

Justin Moore Drops Emotional Video for “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” + Announces Album Release Date

Justin Moore Drops Emotional Video for “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” + Announces Album Release Date

Justin Moore released an emotional video for his current single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home.” The video features vignettes that depict first-responder situations, a military firefight and a school emergency. Directed by Cody Villalobos, a former EMT, the video utilizes real-life fire fighters and former police officers as actors. Co-penned by Justin,…MORE

Justin Moore to Host “Veterans Day Salute” Across Cumulus Stations

Justin Moore to Host “Veterans Day Salute” Across Cumulus Stations

Justin Moore will host the inaugural Veterans Day special across select Cumulus platforms on Monday, Nov. 12. Tune in at noon (all time zones) to hear A Veterans Day Salute with Justin Moore as he performs some of his hits, including “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” and “Small Town USA.” In addition, he’ll perform…MORE

Justin Moore Announces 2019 Tour Dates With Cody Johnson, Eric Paslay & Riley Green

Justin Moore Announces 2019 Tour Dates With Cody Johnson, Eric Paslay & Riley Green

Justin Moore announced a handful of new tour dates for 2019, including multiple stops in the Midwest. Cody Johnson, Eric Paslay and Riley Green will serve as the openers during various stops. Tickets are on sale now. Justin recently released the lead single, “The One’s That Didn’t Make it,” from his upcoming 2019 album. Justin…MORE

Justin Moore Donates $30,000 to Help Victims of Gun Violence in Schools

Justin Moore Donates $30,000 to Help Victims of Gun Violence in Schools

Before Justin Moore headlined the inaugural #MSDCountryStrong concert benefiting Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s MSD Fund—a charity honoring the heroes, victims and survivors of gun violence in schools—the country star donated $30,000 to the fund on behalf of his family and crew. In February 2018, a lone gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High…MORE

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