Justin Moore Tickets
Justin Moore is a country singer from Poyen, Arkansas. He releases his work under the “Big Machine Records” label, through whom he put out two albums since he began his career in 2007. His first work was the 2009 record called “Justin Moore”, and his second was the 2011 album, “Outlaws Like Me”. Apart from being a country music performer, he also pens his own songs. He works as a songwriter for other artists on his record label as well. The singer is headed out on a tour this summer, so be sure to get some Justin Moore tickets to see him live.
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Moore’s work has done reasonably well, performing decently on most country music charts. About six of his singles made it to the charts on “Hot Country Songs” list. His biggest hits include “Backwoods”, which managed to crack the top 10, and the two number one hits, “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” and “Small Town USA”. Fans who buy Justin Moore tickets will get a chance to hear these songs being performed live. Even though his career is relatively new, Moore is no stranger to singing and composing. He was drawn to music at a very young age and has been performing since he was in high school. Although he did perform at his high school events and some local gigs in Arkansas, Moore felt like he could do much better if he moved into the country music capital and begin his career properly. Thus, once he had graduated school, he began performing for his uncle’s band that played Southern rock music. This was back in 2002, when talent was still raw and he did not have much experience as a live performer. This is in striking contrast to the live performer he is today; it is showman skill that sells thousands of his concert tickets.
During his time in Nashville, Moore made some friends in the industry that helped and guided him in his early stages. He met Jeremy Stover through Bernie Cahill who was his attorney at the time. Stover was a producer; but unlike most producers in Nashville, he was young and fresh, open to new ideas and innovation. When he saw Moore’s potential, he took him to another bigger producer in the hope that he could make it happen for him. This other producer was Scott Borchetta—someone who was highly respected and held a high position in his label. He was on the verge of creating his own label, “The Valory Music Co.”, and so he told Moore that if he would wait patiently, he will sign a recording contract with him. Since then, there has been no looking back for Moore as he continues to put out Justin Moore tickets for sale.
Brochetta’s “Valory Music Group” was an extension of “Big Machine Records”. Thus in 2008, Moore was signed, as promised, to his brand new recording company and could now begin writing and recording his own work. The first project they did together was a single called “I Could Kick Your Ass” which was a digital release only. For the radio, Moore released a single called “Back That Thing Up”. This was the first song in which he got to collaborate with other experienced producers and artists. Jeremy Stover, his producer helped him write the song along with Randy Houser, another country music singer (although he was signed to a different label). When he started out, Moore would record during the days and perform at night so he could still make ends meet. He would perform even by selling discounted Justin Moore tickets so more people would buy them and that he would have a decent turn up.
His first album was released in August, and a supporting tour was arranged right away. Justin Moore tickets on sale were marketed right alongside his album. The label encouraged that he make his name as a live performer as well. Meanwhile, his album debuted in the top three in most country charts including “Top Country Albums”. He then went on the promotional tour which he decided to call the “Small Town USA Tour”. Alongside his major performance venues, he sold discounted Justin Moore tickets on the side for special Walmart store shows or other mall concerts. Today, Moore has established his name well enough in the industry. He has been the recipient of two Inspirational Country Music Awards. His career is looking to go only upwards from here on.
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