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Feb 21

Justin Moore Releases His First Love Song

Justin Moore photo courtesy of The Valory Music Co.

Justin Moore’s latest single, “Till My Last Day,” is a first for him. It marks the first time he’s ever released a love song. It is also his wife Kate’s favorite song on the album, so much so that she had the lyrics engraved in a special gift for her husband.

“My wedding ring was kind of big on me and slapping people’s hands on stage, it almost came off a couple times,” Justin said. “So, she got me a new ring and she got engraved in it some lyrics, ‘I can love you the best.’”

While “Till My Last Day” is a ballad, it was inspired by a rock band. “It sounds different than anything I’ve ever cut,” Justin said. “I was listening to a ZZ Top song, “Rough Boy,” and I just liked the groove of it and I thought ‘Well, that still sounds tough. I could sing something like that.’ So, we sat and wrote that song. I think it came out good.”

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Besides writing “Till My Last Day,” Justin also wrote the title track for This Is NRA Country, Volume 1 which just hit shelves. The album is in promotion of the This Is NRA Country initiative which features country stars helping to promote the NRA and what it stands for.

“I’m just trying to spread the gospel about what all they do that’s so great,” said Justin, “but my view on it is that I believe in the Constitution. It’s pretty simple. I believe that the values that this country’s based on aren’t broken and so I’m happy to be helping spread that message.”

Justin is touring with Blake Shelton as a special guest on Blake’s Well Lit & Amplified Tour. He will join the Country Throwdown Tour for select dates in May.

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