Moore goes "Live at the Ryman"
Monday, August 17, 2020
– Justin Moore will go "Live at the Ryman" with his next disc, coming out Sept. 17 on Valory Music Group.
The 17-song set was recorded at the Ryman in 2018.
"A live album is something I've always had a desire to record and have out for our fans," Moore said on Instagram. "We had the chance to record our sold-out Ryman show 2 years ago. The crowd, the venue, it was unreal. Luckily I didn't screw it up LOL."
"In all seriousness, the energy we were able to capture that night, was electric. In this strange time with no live music, I thought this could be fun for our fans right now. Crack a cold one around the house, a campfire, deer camp, the beach, etc. and enjoy some live music. Hopefully, we have the chance to do it in person soon. Until then, enjoy this live album from my band, my crew, and myself from The Ryman."
The track list is:
1. Hank It
3. Flyin' Down A Back Road
4. You Look Like I Need A Drink
5. Somebody Else Will
6. Bait A Hook
7. Kinda Don't Care
8. Til My Last Day
9. If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away
10. Lettin' The Night Roll
11. Bed of My Chevy
12. Country State of Mind (feat. Chris Janson)
13. I Ain't Living Long Like This (feat. David Lee Murphy)
14. Honey (Open That Door) (feat. Ricky Skaggs and The Whites)
15. Small Town USA
16. I Could Kick Your Ass
17. Point At You
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