Justin Moore toasts album release with three Nashville shows

The Arkansas native hit three popular Nashville honky tonks

Justin Moore took the party downtown with a triple shot of performances in Nashville to celebrate Kinda Don’t Care, which continues to dominate the #1 spot on the iTunes Top Country Albums chart and took the #2 on the All Genre Albums chart upon release.

Toasting with packed crowds at some of Music City’s famed honky tonks on Lower Broadway, he raised a glass to the new album at Honky Tonk Central, Rippy’s and Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge. Fans followed the “You Look Like I Need A Drink” singer as he made his way from one bar to the next, sharing drinks, stories and of course, new tunes. The hitmaker also served up previous #1 singles, including “Small Town USA,” “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.”

“We took three years to get this album just right and we’re so excited that it’s finally out,” shared Moore. “Thanks for coming out tonight Nashville!”

The string of stops moved to a local Waffle House, where select VIPs were treated to a late night meal and Moore hopping behind the counter to serve up signature noshes. Kinda Don’t Care features his seventh Top 10 single “You Look Like I Need a Drink” and fresh songs like the title track and “More Middle Fingers” featuring Brantley Gilbert. Moore will wrap the week in Indianapolis, IN on August 19th alongside Gilbert for the Take It Outside Tour.

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