“Home Sweet Home” is the lead single from the upcoming album “Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Mötley Crüe.” Watch the new video featuring Justin Moore and Vince Neil.
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.
Performances from the recent Outnumber Hunger concert in Las Vegas, part of the ACM’s Party for a Cause, will be broadcast on selection television and digital outlets April 18.
“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.”
Moore, who just won the ACM’s New Artist of the Year, has been outspoken about his passion for country music legend Charlie Daniels. And in an interview with Radio.com last week, Daniels sang Moore’s praises.
Traditional country artist Moore paired up with Neil for the Crue classic “Home Sweet Home” during last night’s Outnumber Hunger benefit in Las Vegas.
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.
The three 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.
Headlined by Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban, the two-day event takes place in Las Vegas the weekend of the 49th ACM Awards.
The Academy of Country Music announced the eight semi-finalists for the fan-voted New Artist of the Year category at the upcoming 49th Academy of Country Music Awards. See which artists made the list.
Moore performs songs from his recent release “Off the Beaten Path,” while Eldredge fires up “Don’t Ya” and others from his debut “Bring You Back.” Watch the sessions free on demand.
Justin Moore Says His Booty Song ‘I’d Want It To Be Yours’ Is ‘Ridiculous’ But Now Also A ‘Fan Favorite’
“I truly expected nobody to like it, and it’s quickly become a fan favorite. Women love it, I’m surprised. I thought women would hate it, but women love it, including my wife.”
Moore’s third album, “Off the Beaten Path” features “Point at You,” his latest hit single. “I try to find songs that are as real as possible,” he tells Radio.com.