Late Nights And Longnecks Justin Moore
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- 1Why We Drink03:31
- 2That’s My Boy03:11
- 3The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home03:11
- 4Jesus And Jack Daniels03:05
- 5Airport Bar02:54
- 6Small Town Street Cred03:52
- 7Never Gonna Drink Again04:09
- 8On The Rocks03:30
- 9Someday I Gotta Quit03:37
- 10Good Times Don’t02:46
Info for Late Nights And Longnecks
Multi-PLATINUM-selling artist Justin Moore wanted to go back: back to tradition, back to basics, back to the beach, and he did just the on his fifth studio album LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS. Armed with three No. 1 albums and seven No. 1 singles, Moore shares his most traditional-sounding collection to date, a no-frills portrait of small-town life and big-time dreams that’s not afraid to let its hair down and party at the end of a hard day’s work.
The New York Times hailed Moore as proof that “old forms can stand even stronger with injections of new ideas,” while Billboard celebrated his “down-home personality and wry sense of humor,” and Rolling Stonepraised the “upbeat mix of contemporary country and honest twang that he perfected.” Moore’s songs have racked up more than a billion streams, and he has performed everywhere from Jimmy Kimmel Liveto TODAY in addition to headlining arenas and amphitheaters around the country.
"Easing away from the smoother pop inclinations of 2016's Kinda Don't Care, Justin Moore returns to his comfort zone of hard country on Late Nights and Longnecks. The title tips off what the record is all about. Late Nights and Longnecks is soggy with songs about drinking. Not only do a full half of the album's ten songs contain alcohol references in their title, alcohol hangs over the rest of the record. And it doesn't feel like a boozy good time, either. Drinking sounds like a chore on Late Nights and Longnecks, a record where even the party tunes feel sodden. "Why We Drink" is an AA inventory set to a rockin' rhythm, which casts the whole album as a journey through different stages of alcoholism: "Jesus and Jack Daniels" traces the problem back to its roots, he chooses to stay at the "Airport Bar" instead of leaving town, and when he sings "Never Gonna Drink Again," he's not making a promise, he's just setting a goal for that evening's intoxication. It is a saving grace that all these drinking tunes are set to lean, twangy arrangements that split the difference between traditionalism and modern rock; it goes down easy and it's a good fit for Moore's plain, plaintive voice. Scratch much beyond the surface, though, and Late Nights and Longnecks feels gloomy, like the kind of record where you can feel tomorrow morning's headache settling in way too early." (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)
Justin Moore, vocals
has built a loyal fanbase over the past decade with his traditional Country sound and captivating live shows. Those fans helped boost his fifth studio album, LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS, to the top of the charts upon its release in July. The lead track from the Arkansas native’s LP, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” peaked at No. 1 and marked Moore’s eighth chart-topping single on both Mediabase and Billboard charts. Penned alongside Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill and producer Jeremy Stover, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” further proves Moore’s skills as a thought-provoking songwriter and passionate artist. His previous project, KINDA DON’T CARE, earned the singer his third consecutive No. 1 album debut and features his chart-topping singles “You Look Like I Need A Drink” and “Somebody Else Will.” It served as a follow up to his second No. 1 album release, the GOLD-certified OFF THE BEATEN PATH. Over his 10+ year career, Moore has produced eight No. 1’s including “Point at You,” “Lettin’ The Night Roll” “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” “Small Town USA” and “Till My Last Day” as well as seven Top 10 hits and PLATINUM-certified albums JUSTIN MOORE and OUTLAWS LIKE ME. The Valory Music Co. recording artist has earned multiple ACM, ACA and ACC Awards nominations as well as an ACM Award win. He has shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert and is currently traversing the country on headlining cities coast-to-coast. In 2020 he will kick-off his LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS TOUR with Tracy Lawrence.
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