Day 2 of the Taste of Country Music Festival brought some sunshine and a few of the rowdiest bands in country music out to play. Beginning with newcomer Rachel Farley -- who more than held her own -- the six acts to take the stage in Hunter, N.Y. shook the valley of the venue located in the Catskills Mountains on Friday (June 14).
Creating the loudest moment of the first-ever Taste of Country Music Festival was Justin Moore's goal on Friday night (June 14), and while there's still a day's worth of music to go, he set the bar high. Mixing his hits with popular covers, the 'Point at You' singer left the suddenly sun-drenched crowd screaming for more -- or Moore.
Growing up, Justin Moore took his country music concert-going experiences very seriously. Of course when he became old enough to drink in the parking lot before shows he found his commitment was challenged, but he always remembered why he was there.
A third album can be a trap album for an artist like Justin Moore. To get this far means you've had some success and made a little money, especially if you write your own songs, as the 29-year-old does. With two kids and a wife at home, those weekends away lose their luster no matter how seductive the thrill of playing for thousands of fans who know every word to every song you've ever cut can be.
The 2013 Academy of Country Music Awards will air live on Sunday night (April 7) from Las Vegas. The annual awards show features a lineup that's a veritable Who's Who of contemporary country, but this year there's going to be one notable absence: Justin Moore. The singer skipped out on Vegas a day early to keep another, more important commitment.
Justin Moore and Easton Corbin may be big country stars with diehard fanbases, but that doesn't prevent them from being fanboys of reality TV badasses. Both singers tweeted photos of themselves with Dog the Bounty Hunter and his lovely yet equally rough and tumble wife Beth at pre-ACMS festivities. They were psyched.
No lead is safe on the ToC Showdown. Jon Pardi was ahead late into the night last night before Justin Moore fans attacked with heavy online and phone call voting at Taste of Country Nights radio. The result: 'Point at You' is the new Showdown champion. The singer will need support from his fans once again -- perhaps a little earlier -- to knock off 'X Factor' winner Tate Stevens.
Although country star Justin Moore is only 28-years-old, he's already put some thought into what he wants to accomplish during his life. Moore revealed what's on top of his bucket list, and we love that his number-one dream is focused, of course, on country music.
Justin Moore's lead single from his third studio album is a familiar combination of all of his best songs. It's the well-meaning bad boy in 'How I Got to Be This Way' meeting the soft and sensitive lover in ''Til My Last Day.' Fans familiar with Moore's previous two studio albums can find a few more tracks 'Point at You' resembles.
The only thing better than hanging out outside and watching your favorite country artists perform is doing so with a good conscience. The Academy of Country Music's Party for a Cause Festival in Las Vegas brings The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley and other ACM-nominated artists to a festival that will benefit a number of non-profit organizations.
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