LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — Justin Moore’s concert at Buddy Holly Hall has been rescheduled for November 5. The concert was originally scheduled for March 11.
Previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date, but those unable to reschedule should call the box office at 806-792-8339.
Tickets go on sale Friday, February 18 at 10 a.m.
Buddy Holly Hall issued the following press release:
the justin-moore The concert originally scheduled for March 11, 2022 has been postponed to On Saturday, November 5, 2022. The Reeves brothers will join him as special guests. Tickets already purchased will be honored for the new date. If ticket holders cannot attend on the rescheduled date, please contact the box office at (806) 792-8339. Tickets start at $39.50 plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, February 18, at 10 a.m. (CT).
Chart-topping Justin Moore proves that through all of his fame and success, he’s still the same country boy he always was on his stellar new album, “Late Nights and Longnecks.”
Nodding its head towards Alan Jackson and George Strait, the record is Moore’s most traditional-sounding collection to date, a no-frills portrait of small-town life and big dreams that’s not afraid to let go and party at the end. of a hard day’s work. Equal parts celebration and reflection, the album is a showcase for Moore’s evocative storytelling and unforgettable vocals, complemented by an all-star cast of GRAMMY and CMA award-winning guitar icon Brent Mason, the hero Paul Franklin pedal steel, among others.
“I’ve never worked with these guys before, but they’ve played on some of my all-time favorite albums,” Moore says. “We thought it would be really cool to bring them in and record the whole thing at The Castle, that historic studio just south of Nashville where a lot of those legendary hit records were made. Not only did it result in my best album to date, but it was also the most fun recording experience I’ve ever had.
The Arkansas native who grew up idolizing Dwight Yoakam and Keith Whitley, Moore knows a thing or two about hit records himself. After signing with The Valory Music Co., an imprint of the Big Machine Label group, he landed his first country #1 with “Small Town USA”, the single from his self-titled debut album in 2009. The record went platinum, while such as its 2011 follow-up, “Outlaws Like Me”, which produced another #1 single with “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away”. In 2014, Moore landed the coveted New Artist of the Year trophy at the ACM Awards after releasing his critically acclaimed third album, ‘Off The Beaten Path’, and in 2016 he released ‘Kinda Don’t Care’. “, his third consecutive number. 1 record.
The New York Times hailed Moore as proof that “old forms can be made even stronger with injections of new ideas”, while Billboard celebrated his “down-to-earth personality and wry sense of humor”. , and Rolling Stone praised the “upbeat blend of contemporary country and honest twang it honed. Moore’s songs have racked up over a billion on-demand and scheduled streams, and he’s performed everywhere from Kimmel to The Today Show, in addition to headlining arenas and amphitheaters across the country. .
Tickets are on sale Friday, February 18 at 10 a.m.and are available at buddyhollyhall.comby calling ETIX at (800) 514-3849, the Venue Box Office located at 1300 Mac Davis Lane, Monday through Friday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., pepperentertainment.com and outbackpresents.com.
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