A little rain didn’t keep Justin Moore from performing at the Brickyard 400 Brickfest Music Festival in Indiapolis on Sunday.
Country music is full of some adorable kiddos. While their moms and dads may be famous, their kids are the ones who steal the show.
For Mötley Crüe, the group’s 1985 song “Home Sweet Home” was about life on the road for a major touring rock band.
Rascal Flatts, Florida Georgia Line, Justin Moore and two performers from TV’s “Nashville” are among the artists paying tribute to Motley Crue. “They’re digging deep in our repertoire and doing some cool stuff with it,” Vince Neil told Radio.com.
Justin’s come a long way in the last few years, and he nailed it Tuesday night on The Voice.
“Although extremely grateful, I feel a little uncomfortable being honored at an event where there are decorated war heroes present,” Moore said. “I feel that my contributions are much less significant than theirs … they are the true American heroes.”
One of the Best New Artist nominees at this year’s ACM Awards, Justin Moore has experimented a bit on his three studio albums but always maintained his deep love of traditional country music.
Country fans, now’s your time to make your voice heard! The Academy of Country Music has just opened up fan voting for their Entertainer of the Year award. They’ve also opened up voting for the ACM New Artist of the Year award, as well. Voting began on Monday and will continue into next month.
The three 2014 ACM New Artist of the Year finalists — Brett Eldredge, Justin Moore and Kip Moore — have now been added to the bill of the ACM Fan Jam on April 6, joining Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan.