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Justin Moore Blurs Genre Boundaries with Drake’s “Hotline Bling”

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The video’s tagline reads, “There is something funny about this,” and upon pressing play, chart-topping singer/songwriter Justin Moore begins to read the lyrics of rapper Drake’s current hit, “Hotline Bling.” This hilarious bit from one of today’s most traditional Country artists, whose signature Arkansas twang was on display, was posted on the official website of 102.5 KNIX Country radio station in Phoenix earlier today and has already received over 4 million views in just a few hours.

On Friday, October 30, Justin released his brand-new single, “You Look Like I Need A Drink,” on tap now at radio and digital retailers. The upbeat breakup song – written by Rodney Clawson, Matt Dragstrem and Natalie Hemby and produced by Jeremy Stover, Julian Raymond and Scott Borchetta – has picked up wide praise from press like Rolling Stone Country declaring, “‘You Look Like I Need a Drink’ is a rocking first taste of Moore’s next album.”

The single follows Justin’s second consecutive #1 album debut, OFF THE BEATEN PATH, which boasted 97,000 in first week sales. The album also produced Justin’s fourth and fifth RIAA GOLD-certified, chart-topping hits “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” Justin has sold over 6.9 million digital downloads to date.

The 2014 ACM New Artist Of The Year is currently on the studio working on a new album. Visit for additional information and tour dates.

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Justin Moore Reads Hotline Bling

Justin Moore reads the lyrics to Drake's song Hotline Bling, and we are DYING!!!

Posted by KNIX Country 102.5 on Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Justin Moore Releases “You Look Like I Need a Drink”

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Arkansas native and chart-topping singer/songwriter Justin Moore offers fans a taste of new music today, releasing lead single “You Look Like I Need a Drink” (The Valory Music Co.) to radio and digital retailers. This upbeat breakup song, written by Rodney Clawson, Matt Dragstrem and Natalie Hemby and produced by Jeremy Stover, Julian Raymond and Scott Borchetta, showcases Justin’s signature mix of vocal twang and clever lyrics — proof that traditional country will always reign.

This brand new single follows Justin’s second consecutive No. 1 album debut, which boasted 97,000 first week sales. OFF THE BEATEN PATH produced Justin’s fourth and fifth RIAA® GOLD-certified No. 1 hits, “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” Combined with two previous RIAA® GOLD-certified albums, he’s sold over 6.9 million digital downloads to date.

With lyrics like “You look like I need a drink right now / You look like you’re gonna try to let me down nice and easy / I think I know why you won’t sit down / You’re just dancin’ around / What you came here to do but you’re scared to / And all I can think, the way you’re looking at me / You look like I need a drink,” the crooner sings about inevitable heartbreak and numbing the pain.

The 2014 ACM New Artist of the Year has been featured on “The Voice,” “Nashville,” “NFL Rewind,” and in major print outlets like The Washington Post, People Country, USA Today and more. He has earned multiple ACM, ACA and ACC Awards nominations.

Justin is currently in the studio working on more music for his fourth album. In addition to his own headline dates, he recently hit the road as direct support for both Brad Paisley and Miranda Lambert. Visit for additional information and tour dates.

Dierks Bentley, Gary Allan, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town & MORE to Perform ‘Stars and Strings’ Concert


Dierks Bentley will be joined by Gary Allan, Hunter Hayes, Jake Owen, Justin Moore, Kip Moore, Lee Brice, Little Big Town and The Band Perry for the first ever Stars and Strings concert event honoring Veterans. The acoustic show will take place at the legendary Chicago Theater on Veterans Day, November 11th for those who’ve served and are serving along with their families.

“The tickets are going to benefit the Folds of Honor, a foundation that is really important to me, that helps the children of deceased and wounded veterans go to college. It’s going to be fun – a chance to play country music, honor our veterans and raise money for a great cause. That’s awesome for me, and I feel lucky to be a part of it.”

More artists and surprise special guests are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

Fans can purchase pre-sale tickets from Tuesday, Sept. 29th at 10:00AM, CT through Thursday, Oct. 1st at 10:00PM, CT with Chase® cardmembers gaining early access to tickets and a VIP sound check package. General ticket sales begin on Friday, Oct 2nd at 10:00AM, CT through Ticketmaster.

More information on the show can be found on the show’s official website:

Justin Moore Honored by Hometown with 2015 Arkansas Traveler Award

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He sings about his love for small-towns, and it’s clear those small towns love him back. With multiple No. 1 chart-toppers and several national tours under his belt, country superstar and “Small Town U.S.A.” hit-maker Justin Moore has never forgotten where he came from. Last weekend, the Poyen, Arkansas native was honored with the prestigious “Arkansas Traveler Award” from his home state, recognizing the love and support he displays for the state he calls home.

Pictured to the right, Moore was presented with the award by Arkansas Governor, Asa Hutchinson, during a hometown celebration in Poyen last weekend.

To say Moore has a love for Arkansas is an understatement. One simple Internet search will spawn countless records of Moore expressing admiration for his home state and their many sports teams, especially the Razorbacks. Moore’s pride in Arkansas and rural life have made an impact on his music, especially his first No. 1 hit “Small Town USA,” which he co-wrote while feeling homesick after moving to Nashville. In 2014, Moore and his family moved back to Arkansas, where they still reside today.

The Arkansas General Assembly created the “Arkansas Traveler Certificate” in 1941, to honor both out-of-state visitors and Arkansas natives who have a love and appreciation for the so-called “Natural State.” The name for the award was spawned by the 1800’s William Cumming tune, “The Arkansas Traveller and Rackinsac Waltz” – which inspired one of the most recorded songs in American history, “Arkansas Traveler.” Since, the term has been used in all facets of Arkansas life including: a minor league baseball team followed by the professional team, the Arkansas Travelers, a nationally distributed humor magazine, and the inspiration behind many works of art and books.

Catch Justin out on the road in the following upcoming cities as part of Brad Paisley’s Crushin’ It World Tour:
September 11 – Madera, CA | Madera District Fair
September 12 – Las Vegas, NV | Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
September 13 – Pomona, CA | LA County Fair
September 17 – Albuquerque, NM | Isleta Amphitheater
September 18 – Denver, CO | Pepsi Center
September 19 – Salt Lake City, UT | USANA Amphitheatre
September 25 – Mansfield, MA | Xfinity Center
September 27 – Virginia Beach, VA | Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
October 2 – Tampa, FL | MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
October 3 – West Palm Beach, FL | Cruzan Amphitheatre

Between tour dates, Justin is currently in the studio recording new music.

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