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Feb
12

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Justin Moore Premieres ‘You Look Like I Need A Drink’ Video

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With a storyline reminiscent of Groundhog Day, Justin Moore goes back in time for a wild Western showdown in the new music video for his latest release “You Look Like I Need a Drink.” The clip premieres exclusively on JustinMoore.CMT.com beginning at 12:01am ET on Saturday, February 13 in addition to the on-air debut during CMT Hot 20 Countdown at 9am ET. The video will be available to all partners on Monday, February 15.

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Nov
17

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Justin Moore ‘You Look Like I Need A Drink’ – Single Review

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It’s been a while since we had new music from Justin Moore, as his last single “This Kind of Town” was released in 2014. That said, Moore seemed to be on quite a winning streak with his singles, especially the ones from his latest record, Off The Beaten Path. 7 out of Moore’s 12 singles have been in the Top 10, with 2 hitting #1. But sadly his last single, released in 2014, from Off The Beaten Path, “This Kind of Town”, peaked at #50. After that, Moore fans had quite a wait for a new single, but the wait is finally over! Moore recently released “You Look Like I Need A Drink”, the lead single from his upcoming 4th studio album. There’s been a lot of buzz around this single, some writing it off as just another Bro song immediately after seeing the title, others complimenting the song on its fresh take on the “drinking” theme.
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Oct
31

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Justin Moore Releases ‘You Look Like I Need A Drink’

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Photo Credit: The Valory Music Co.

Arkansas native and chart-topping singer/songwriter Justin Moore offers fans a taste of new music this week, 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.

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Sep
1

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Brad Paisley @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, St Louis, MO | August 30, 2015 – Review

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Brad Paisley @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, St Louis MO on August 30th, 2015. Taken by Nick Jarman.

Brad Paisley is a born entertainer. His show not only has the musical intensity of Eric Church and the energy and humor of Dolly Parton, but also brings a little extra magic that only Brad can pull off. Whilst in the hands of other performers some of the backing videos would fall flat, Brad makes them genuinely funny, such as the video montage playing during ‘Celebrity’ where a Brad caricature pulls pranks on the street and reenacts famous musical moments from Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’ to Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’.

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Nov
12

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Justin Moore ‘This Kind of Town’ – Single Review

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I’m pretty sure that every song Justin Moore releases sounds like he’s trying too hard. I first noticed it comparatively late upon radio’s receipt of 2013’s ‘Lettin’ The Night Roll’, which hit #1 earlier this year. His voice came across strained and flat through most of it but particularly the chorus, and the release of ‘Home Sweet Home’, a cover of the Motley Crue classic, did nothing to help matters. Initially it’s only somewhat apparent that Justin has a narrow range but by the end we have Vince Neil singing alongside him and then it’s just so damn obvious that it’s not a great fit. It’s been over a year however since I last listened to Justin’s third studio album ‘Off The Beaten Path’ and at the time I’d had good and bad things to say about the record, which had a tendency to drift into terrain that was far too rocky for what Justin was best suited to. In that fourteen months my tastes have changed and country music has moved on, but what was far more apparent when I came back to listen to ‘This Kind of Town’, with the observations made in the interim, was that Justin’s vocal struggle with a couple of songs wasn’t just a couple of songs. There are tracks on which he sounds okay, but in reality the problem is that Justin Moore just isn’t really a vocalist kind of guy.

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Jul
14

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Justin Moore ‘Home Sweet Home’ – Single Review

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I’m going to go on the record firstly and say I think the ‘Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Motley Crue’ album was an awful, terrible idea, that serves mostly as Scott Borchetta living out his unfulfilled metal band fantasy and promoting all the artists on his roster with shock tactics and appealing to a totally different audience. With Justin Moore always claiming to be an outlaw I suppose he was an obvious choice to helm the project, releasing his own version of the classic ‘Home Sweet Home’ featuring Motley Crue lead single Vince Neil jumping in here and there to provide it with some legitimacy.

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May
21

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Brantley Gilbert (feat. Justin Moore & Thomas Rhett) ‘Small Town Throwdown’ – Single Review

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Oh, where do I begin?

First off, I will be frank and say I expected nothing less of this collaboration, least of all Brantley himself (although he’s probably the best artist there), and when I saw the title ‘Small Town Throwdown’, well it spoke for itself. This is a man who began his career toeing the line between aggressive redneck tracks that involved partying, drinking and fighting, and real, emotional, heartfelt songs, such as the single that got me onto him ‘My Kind of Crazy’ (which I still think is his best song). Since then, however, bar a couple of anomalies, Brantley has been releasing the same drivel as the rest of his bro-country contemporaries (if somewhat heavier sonically), despite his genuine songwriting talent, and they’re got worse and worse as time’s gone on.

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Oct
24

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Justin Moore ‘Lettin’ The Night Roll’ – Single Review

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Justin Moore has just had the biggest album debut of his career. Just shy of 100k copies in the first week, ‘Off The Beaten Path’ was his well-planned step into mainstream success, although it wasn’t without its drawbacks. With ‘Point At You’ as the project’s lead single, it certainly indicated a country rock sound throughout, and ‘Lettin’ The Night Roll’, the second single, shows evidence of both the mainstream and this rockier sound. Unfortunately, it simply isn’t any good.

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