Justin Moore just celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the release of his self-titled album, and 2019 also marks the 12-year anniversary of his signing his currenty record deal.
Justin tells us he's grateful for the success that has allowed him to still be enjoying hit singles and headlining tours. [“It’s exciting to still be around, much less be enjoying the success that we’ve been continuing to enjoy over the years. Ten years is a huge milestone from album one to now. We come out with a group of artists, the class of whatever, and unfortunately I don’t see a whole lot of those guys any longer, and gals. And it truly makes me feel even more blessed. And certainly there have been ups and downs over the years. But to have the opportunity to still be making music and making a living doing it is emotional. It’s exciting. I feel so fortunate and it’s certainly a blessing.”] SOUNDCUE (:35 OC: . . . certainly a blessing.)
Justin recently topped the charts with “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home." It's the debut release from his new studio album, Late Nights And Longnecks.