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Parmalee at the Cains Ballroom

Parmalee will make a stop at the Cains Ballroom on Thursday, January 8th. Tickets for the event will go on sale Friday, Nov 21st at 10am. Tickets for the event can be purchased at or at the Cain's Box office. Parmalee’s debut country album, FEELS LIKE CAROLINA, has earned critical praise from People, The New York Times, USA Today, Newsday, Billboard and more. A 2014 semi-finalist for the Academy of Country Music’s coveted “New Artist of the Year” award, Parmalee recently joined one of country’s leading male vocalists, Jake Owen, on his Days Of Gold Tour as the band’s new single, “Close Your Eyes” climbs the country radio charts.



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Garth Brooks at BOK Center

The Electrifying Return of America’s Most Powerful Concert Force, Garth Brooks will make his first Oklahoma appearance on The World Tour.  It's his first time in Tulsa in over 17 Years!  

Brooks will be performing at the BOK Center with Trisha Yearwood on January 15th, 16th and 17th.  

Tickets for the 3-day concert series will go on sale Friday, November 14th at 10am CST.  


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Garth Brooks has been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) as the top-selling solo artist of the 20th century with 134 million albums. He is also the fastest-selling album artist in RIAA history and the only solo artist to have 6 albums top the 10 million mark. Garth spent more weeks at #1 on the album sales charts than any other artist since the inception of SoundScan. He has taken 25 singles to the #1 position on the country charts. When his recent boxed set “Blame It All On My Roots” debuted at #1, it marked the 13th time Garth had accomplished this feat – making him the highest country debut leader of all time.

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The CMA Awards

The 2014 CMA Awards will be broadcast live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, November 5th and 7pm Central on ABC.  Locally, you can watch the show on KTUL-TV, Tulsa's Channel 8 (Cox Cable Channel 8).  For the seventh straight year, the show will be hosted by Country superstars Brad paisley and Carrie Underwood.  Click here for more show info.

Keith Urban and Mirand Lambert are scheduled to appear on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday morning to discuss the show.  Urban is expected to perform live.


ABC is offering additional access via their WatchABC App.  Downloader are promised additional interviews, extra video and extended coverage of backstage and red carpet activities.  You can download the app for a variety  of platforms including Apple and Android here.


2014 CMA Awards Nominees:

You can watch the Nominee Announce press conference with Darius Rucker and Little Big Town here.

Entertainer of the YearLuke BryanMiranda LambertBlake SheltonGeorge StraitKeith Urban

Female Vocalist of the YearMiranda LambertMartina McBrideKacey MusgravesTaylor SwiftCarrie Underwood

Male Vocalist of the YearDierks BentleyLuke BryanEric ChurchBlake SheltonKeith Urban

Vocal Group of the YearEli Young BandLady AntebellumLittle Big TownThe Band PerryZac Brown Band

Album of the Year‘Crash My Party,’ Luke Bryan‘Fuse,’ Keith Urban‘Platinum,’ Miranda Lambert‘Riser,’ Dierks Bentley‘The Outsiders,’ Eric Church

Song of the Year ‘Automatic,’ Miranda Lambert (Written by Nicole Galyon, Natalie Hemby and Miranda Lambert)‘Follow Your Arrow,’ Kacey Musgraves (Written by Kacey Musgraves, Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally)‘Give Me Back My Hometown,’ Eric Church (Written by Eric Church and Luke Laird)‘I Don’t Dance,’ Lee Brice (Written by Lee Brice, Rob Hatch and Dallas Davidson)‘I Hold On,’ Dierks Bentley (Written by Brett James and Dierks Bentley)

Vocal Duo of the YearDan + ShayFlorida Georgia LineLove and TheftThe Swon BrothersThompson Square

New Artist of the YearBrandy ClarkBrett EldredgeKip MooreThomas RhettCole Swindell

Single of the Year‘Automatic,’ Miranda Lambert‘Drunk on a Plane,’ Dierks Bentley‘Give Me Back My Hometown,’ Eric Church‘Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,’ Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘Mine Would Be You,’ Blake Shelton

Musical Event of the Year‘Bakersfield,’ Vince Gill and Paul Franklin‘Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,’ Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘Somethin’ Bad,’ Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood‘We Were Us,’ Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert‘You Can’t Make Old Friends,’ Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton

Music Video of the Year‘Automatic,’ Miranda Lambert‘Bartender,’ Lady Antebellum‘Drunk on a Plane,’ Dierks Bentley‘Follow Your Arrow,’ Kacey Musgraves‘Somethin’ Bad,’ Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood

Musician of the YearSam BushJerry DouglasPaul FranklinDann HuffMac McAnally

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Cowboy Troy at Osage Casino

Cowboy Troy with DJ Sinister will be at the Osage Casino on Thursday, December 11th at 7pm. Tickets for the event can be purchased in advanced on the Osage Casino website. Tickets for this event are only $10.

 A six-foot five-inch, hick-hop artist is going to get a response, and Cowboy Troy is okay with the strong reactions and endless questions. "I have crazy intentions," he says with a grin. But anyone who thinks that the Cowboy Troy experience ends there, doubts his country credentials, or is inclined to dismiss him as a novelty, is in for quite a surprise. "People have different paths," Troy says. "I'm not going to apologize for my music, because this is who I am. I didn't just wake up one morning, put on a cowboy hat, and get a gig rapping on a country album. You don't do something for 15 years on a lark."

 Cowboy Troy rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first cut of Big & Rich's 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color. And while his admonition to "let go of all your preconceived notions" certainly wasn't the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into country, it was the boldest statement yet. Explaining the journey that placed Troy Coleman at this unlikely intersection is as complicated as explaining the evolution of American culture. At the same time it's as simple as the story of a kid from Texas who did what all kids do--he soaked up the world around him.

 Troy spent his childhood in Ft. Worth, where his dad took him to rodeos and stock shows. "We'd listen to Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Rogers, and other artists who were getting airplay on the adult contemporary stations at that time," Troy says. "I didn't realize it was country music, I just knew it was what my parents listened to before they went to work in the morning." Troy spent his high school years in Dallas and collegiate years in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas.

 In addition to solo releases [Loco Motive (2005), Black in the Saddle (2007), and Demolition Mission (2009)], Troy has spent time on TV. He’s been a part of the ESPN College Gameday video intro along with Big & Rich since the 2006 football season. He also served as co-host for USA Network’s Nashville Star in 2006 and 2007. Most recently Troy performed on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars on the final episode of 2012 Spring season. His appearance in Big & Rich’s Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy video, as well as his own I Play Chicken With the Train and Hick Chick videos remind viewers of his “party starter” nature.

 Troy knows he's challenging conventional thinking about what country music is, but expects that his music will find its place. "I've never been like everybody else and it wouldn't do me any good to try," he says. "Some people are going to love it and some are going to hate it, which is probably how it should be because it means they're talking." The way Troy sees it, “innovation is a tradition, not a trend or secondary option...authenticity comes in the commitment.” Troy calls Warner Music Nashville his recording home. His latest installment of music, “King of Clubs”, released March 2014.

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Aaron Lewis at Cain's Ballroom

Country rocker Aaron Lewis will at the Cain’s Ballroom on Thursday, August 6. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, May 22nd.  Tickets can be purchased online at or at the Cain’s Box Office and by phone at 877-4-FLYTIX.

If you want to get to know AARON LEWIS, just listen to The Road. On his first full-length album, the Grammy Award-nominated, multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and guitarist tells one story after another. Echoing traditional country, some of those tales are hilarious and heartwarming, while others are pensive and personal. Nevertheless, they're all equally powerful, vibrant, and unforgettable. For Lewis, The Road continues to wind and surprise like it always has. In 2011, Staind frontman formally arrived in the country world with the release of his debut EP, Town Line. Highlighted by the success of gold-selling single "Country Boy" featuring the legendary George Jones and Charlie Daniels, the seven-song EP reached #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #7 on the Billboard Top 200 upon release. Critical praise followed: PEOPLE’s Chuck Arnold said, "He proves to be a natural on nostalgic ballads like 'The Story Never Ends,’ (3/14/11)," while the ASSOCIATED PRESS’ Michael McCall wrote, “He injects a flavor of his own into a polished, commercial country sound in a way that could win over country fans who've never heard of Staind (2/28/11).” Lewis also received two Academy of Country Music nominations for "Vocal Event of the Year" for "Country Boy" (for his work as artist and as co-producer) as well as two CMT nominations--one for "USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year" and another for "Collaborative Video of the Year." Simultaneously, the music video for the single stirred similar fan fervor, surpassing 12 million views on YouTube and 3 million on After a whirlwind year, Lewis began working on what would become The Road in the fall of 2011. While balancing both a solo run and a tour supporting Staind's self-titled seventh studio album, he carved out intermittent pockets of time to record in Nashville with legendary Grammy-winning producer James Stroud.  "I didn't stop to think about it very much," Lewis smiles. "James lets me run with it. We respect each other and he allows me to really be who I am. I recorded this whole record by bouncing in and out of Nashville on days off. I'd come into town, work for the day, bail out, and play some more shows. Four days later, I'd do the same thing. That's how the album was made, and it's why I called it The Road." Lewis personally penned all of the songs on The Road but one. For "Grandaddy's Gun," he teamed up with Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, and Bobby Pinson, marking the first songwriting collaboration of his career. Annually, Lewis hosts a benefit show for his charity, It Takes a Community, which benefits his daughter's elementary school through community donations. Akins performed "Grandaddy's Gun" at the 2011 show. As soon as Lewis heard the tune, it stayed stuck in his head. "I was completely blown away by the song," he elaborates. "When the opportunity came up, I decided to record it for The Road. They're three of Nashville's best and I have so much respect for them. It all fit with my life too. I have grandaddy's gun, and he did buy it out of a Sears and Roebuck catalog." In many ways, The Road brings things full circle for Lewis. In Staind, he has made an indelible mark on hard rock. The group has sold 13 million albums worldwide, yielding four consecutive top 3 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 as well as numerous radio hits. Their single "It's Been Awhile" also remains the most-played rock song of the decade. Still, this new chapter proves cyclical for Lewis, actually bringing him back to the first style of music he'd heard: country music. Now, he's carrying on a tradition of storytelling and songwriting himself. "I'm really hoping the songs speak for themselves," he concludes. "I hope people hear the record and realize that this is all me. There's nothing more to say. I'm just writing songs like I have been for my whole career." For more information about Arron Lewis visit, also check out

Eli Young Band at Cain's Ballroom

Eli Young Band will perform at the historic Cain's Ballroom on Saturday, November 22nd.  The doors will open at 7:00 pm and the show will start at 8pm.  Tickets are ON SALE NOW.  Purchase tickets online here: .

Ticket Prices:  $28.00 - $43.00

This event is all ages.

About Eli Young Band:

Somewhere in the midst of 10,000 towns, along a lonely highway between packing clubs in their native Texas years ago and more recently performing stadiums on one of country music’s hottest tours, the Eli Young Band became more than a band. They became a brotherhood. Camaraderie and creativity fused into an intoxicating cocktail that has propelled the talented foursome to the vanguard of contemporary country music.With three No. 1 hits under their belt as well as a Grammy nomination and an Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year for their hit “Crazy Girl,” the Eli Young Band approached their second Republic Nashville album, 10,000 Towns, with a sense of confidence and purpose. “We were genuinely excited about making this new record,” says bassist Jon Jones. “People talk about the sophomore record being really tough to make and in a lot of ways this felt like our sophomore record even though it’s technically our fifth record as a band.”“We learned over the progression of those records our strong points in the studio, and we were confident,” adds drummer Chris Thompson, “We knew what we wanted and how to get what we wanted.”It’s been a long, steady rise for Jones, Thompson, lead vocalist Mike Eli and guitarist James Young, but the same four musicians have been together from the start and are now reaping the rewards. They began performing together in 2000 while attending North Texas State University, and honed their skills on the Lone Star state’s competitive music circuit by building a rabid fan base who appreciated their potent live shows and the edgy, passionate indie albums that preceded their major label ascension.With the 2011 release of their Republic Nashville debut, Life at Best, the Eli Young Band scored their first No. 1 hit with “Crazy Girl.” The double platinum single became the # 1 most played country song of the year on Billboard’s 2011 year end chart and earned them the ACM Award for Song of the Year. The band’s next single, “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” became their second No. 1 and was certified platinum. It earned the band Grammy nods for Best Duo/Group Performance and for Best Country Song as well as Single of the Year and Song of the Year nominations from both the CMA and ACM.After years of paying dues and gaining experience, the Eli Young Band is at the top of their game. While they started playing in tiny clubs, they’ve graduated to packing out theatres and mid-size venues as a headliner. Their road dog reputation helped them to earn an opening slot playing stadiums on the Kenny Chesney tour. All those miles on the road and visits to 10,000 towns coalesce to make their new album the band’s strongest effort yet. “At this point in our personal lives and in our career, we’re all in reallygood places,” Thompson says. “We’re all happy in our personal lives, so it shows on this record; it’s fun.”“This record was a lot more upbeat than our previous records,” agrees Young. “We really wanted to record songs that are going to be fun to play live and fun for our fans watching the show. We were thinking about our live show and how these songs are going to translate on the set list. That was apriority in our minds too when we chose songs for this record. We’ve also learned to really follow our gut when it comes to songs and song choices. We’ve always had a good sense of what songs are going to work on the record and which ones aren’t.”Their meticulous approach to writing and finding the very best songs for the new album paid off quickly as the lead single, “Drunk Last Night,” became the band’s third No. 1 hit. “We loved that song from the first 30 seconds of hearing it,” Eli says of the Josh Osborne/Laura Veltz penned song. “With that title, you read it and you think it’s going to be a certain type of song and then you hear the song and it’s not what you thought it would be at all. The songwriters, Josh and Laura, did a really good job of messing with ourbrains. People were drawn to the idea that it’s not the same ole same ole drinking song. That was intriguing. They did well, hitting you with two hooky choruses, that’s a tricky thing to write. That’s what drew me as a singer to the song.”In recording 10,000 Towns, the Eli Young Band gathered songs from Music Row’s top writers, including Craig Wiseman, David Lee Murphy, Jon Randall and Will Hoge, and the band also penned half the songs on the album themselves. “It gets challenging when you’re touring so much to sit down and actually try to write, but we spent a lot of time in 2013 just trying to write however we could,” says Young.“It was fun for us because the four of us all sat down and wrote for this record which was a great experience,” says Eli. “All four of us are on ‘Prayer For The Road,’ ‘Traces’ and ‘Revelations.’ John and James were co-writers on ‘Dust’ while I was co-writer on ‘Angel Like You.’ ‘What Does’ was John, Jamesand I and ‘Last Broken Heart’ was the same. We’ve never had a song on a record where all four of us were songwriters until this album.”The second single, “Dust,” was the #1 most added song on the chart the first week with a massive 62 stations on board. The song is a rock-tinged number about a girl leaving small town life behind and taking charge of her future. “I feel like I’ve read so much recently about the girls being seen as weak in country music in the way that they are portrayed,” says Jones. “I really love this song because I call it ‘a big girl power song.’ All four of us are married to very strong women who allow us to go out and do what we do and we couldn’t do it without them.”On 10,000 Towns, the Eli Young Band delivers a diverse collection of songs that explores the complexities of relationships such as the bluesy cheating song “Revelations” and the heartbreaking “What Does,” a poignant examination of a failed relationship. Yet there are several tunes that just revel in the simple pleasures that bring joy to the journey, among them “Just Add Moonlight” and “Let’s Do Something Tonight.” “A Prayer for the Road” is a tender tribute to the love of their families and the prayerful support that goes with them every mile.There have been many miles over the years for the Eli Young Band and that’s why 10,000 Towns felt like the right title for their new effort. “There’s a general theme between small town America where every town is different, but in some ways, they are the same,” says Young. “We felt like the title encapsulated the best years of us driving all over the country playing music.”Eli agrees. “We’ve traveled all over the country and to other countries, but at the end of the day we all party the same way no matter what the culture or the town,” he says. “To us, ‘10,000 Towns’ is a great way to sum up this record in that way as well as who we are. We love traveling around the country and seeing all that and being a band of road dogs.”The Eli Young Band has worked hard to get to this point and is enjoying their current success the same way they earned it---TOGETHER. “We’ve surpassed the friend mark now and it’s more like brothers. It’s really kind of a blood bond between the four of us,” Jones says. “We set out to do this as a career and made the commitment to each other a long time ago and here we are 14 years later. None of us can imagine doing anything else.”

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Cole Swindell at Cain's Ballroom

Cole Swindell will play the historic Cain's Ballroom on Thursday, November 20th with opener Kelleigh Bannen kicking off the show.  Doors open at 7pm and the music begins at 8:30pm.  Tickets are ON SALE NOW.  Purchase tickets here: .

Ticket Prices- $23.00 - $38.00This event is all ages

About Cole Swindell:Now and then, a song and artist can't be denied.Earlier this year, Cole Swindell was nothing more or less than a terrific songwriter with a Nashville publishing deal and a growing reputation as one of the city's most exciting young performers. Now, he's on the road to stardom.

The gateway is "Chillin' It," a song as infectious and groove-laden as anything out there, with a laid-back summertime charm that perfectly captures the guy who wrote and performs it. Independent radio airplay and social media quickly turned it into a sensation. With sales continuing to rise, "Chillin' It" is trending to be his first Gold certified single. A sold-out performance at a 600-seat club in Atlanta did the rest. It was attended by Nashville label reps wanting to see if the guy from tiny Bronwood, Georgia, could put on stage what he had put on CD. The offers that poured in from virtually every major label meant the answer was an absolute "yes."

In fact, Cole's high-energy show wins converts every time he steps in front of a crowd, whether as a headliner in a club or as an opening act in front of 20,000 people.

"Honestly," he says, "I just want it to be fun. I get people who see me on stage who say, 'Hey, it looks like you're having the time of your life up there,' and I really am. Every night is just a blast and they join in."

Not bad for a guy who just three years ago was selling merchandise on tour with Luke Bryan, whom he'd once opened some shows for in Georgia. But such was his drive that there wasn't a wasted moment on the road. He watched Luke and every act he performed with, learning what worked with crowds, and he poured what he was learning into the songs he was writing.

Eventually, those songs earned him a staff writers' gig at Sony ATV, and with each co-write he expanded his circle of supporters.

"The publishing company told me, 'People are calling back and wanting more dates,'" he says. "'It seems like this town is getting behind you.' So I kept writing and paying my dues, working hard to get to the point where I deserved to be in the room with the major writers, people whose songs I was singing in college bars just a few years ago."

Meanwhile, he kept up his performing chops with solo and opening slot gigs, and finally his abilities as both a writer and performer came together on "Chillin' It," which captures all the restless energy that makes his one of the most compelling and high-energy shows in the business.

"My band laughs at me because I'm a pacer," he says. "I get anxious every time I go on stage. My music means the world to me, so if I wasn't jumping around backstage getting amped up for the show, something would be wrong. Then, when I hit the stage, I just want to get those first lyrics out. It's like football in high school. On the kickoff, once you get that first hit in, you're in your groove.

From then on, it's wide open. I'm having fun."

Then he works to keep them that way.

"I don't want to have a song where people feel comfortable going to get a beer," he says. "Once we get started, I don't want them to risk missing what's next. I want them to leave saying, 'That's the best show I've ever seen.'"

As anyone who's seen him perform can attest, it's working, and now, with "Chillin' It" hitting airwaves everywhere, fans nationwide can get their first look at one of country's most compelling performers.

"The folks who are buying music just want to have fun," he says, "and 'Chillin' It' is the perfect song to introduce me to them. It isn't a full-out party song, and it isn't serious. Like it says, it's just a chill song, and that's just me."

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Brantley Gilbert Ticket Pre-Sale

Brantley Gilbert will bring his Let it Ride Tour to Tulsa's BOK Center on Saturday, September 20th, with special guest Aaron Lewis and Chase Bryan. Get your tickets before they go on sale with the K95 Pre-sale.  

Pre-Sale Starts Wednesday July 16th at 10AM and ends Thursday July 17th at 10 PM 

Tickets can be purchased at and be sure to use the code: RIDE Continuing to build on an already stellar year, Brantly Gilbert, strikes another career high-mark with the GOLD-certification of  JUST AS I AM (The Valory Music Co.). His third studio album, which debuted at #1 on Billboard Country Albums Chart, also scored the third highest album debut of the year with over 212,000 copies sold in the first week. Brantley's latest project has already produced the Platinum-certified, #1 lead single “Bottoms Up,” whose music video has seen over 23 million views. Quickly climbing the Country airplay charts, the Top 20-and-rising follow-up, “Small Town Throwdown,” features label mates Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett.

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Brantley Gilbert at BOK Center

Brantley Gilbert will bring his Let it Ride Tour to Tulsa's BOK Center on Saturday, September 20th, with special guest Aaron Lewis and chase Bryan. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 18th at 10am. Tickets can be purchased online at 

Continuing to build on an already stellar year, Brantly Gilbert, strikes another career high-mark with the GOLD-certification of  JUST AS I AM (The Valory Music Co.). His third studio album, which debuted at #1 on Billboard Country Albums Chart, also scored the third highest album debut of the year with over 212,000 copies sold in the first week. Brantley's latest project has already produced the Platinum-certified, #1 lead single “Bottoms Up,” whose music video has seen over 23 million views. Quickly climbing the Country airplay charts, the Top 20-and-rising follow-up, “Small Town Throwdown,” features labelmates Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett. 

 Earlier this week, Brantley and his sidekick Sylo revealed dates and opening acts for the second leg of his LET IT RIDE TOUR through a special video to the BG Nation. The announcement also included footage from the first part of the tour, showing fired-up performances from the multiple sold-out shows last spring. This round is set to kick off on September 19 in Austin, TX.  Aaron Lewis as direct support 9/19 through 10/25 and Tyler Farr as direct support 10/30 through 12/6. Chase Bryant will be opening all dates.

For more information about Brantley Gilbert check out his website at The "Let It Ride" Tour will be stopping at the BOK Center on Saturday, September 20. Special guests will include Aaron Lewis and Chase Bryant. Tickets to the general public go on sale starting Friday, July 18 at 10 a.m. and will be available at, Arby's Box Office at the BOK Center, all ticket outlets, or by calling 1-800-7-BOKCTR.

Kip Moore at Cain's Ballroom

Kip Moore

with Charlie Worsham, Sam Hunt

Thu Oct 23

Doors: 6:30 pm

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

$30.00 - $99.00Tickets on sale NOW! 

Click HERE to purchase.This event is all agesShow: 7:30pm (times subject to change)Advance $30, Day of Show $34, Door $34, Mezzanine (21+) $45, "Red Dirt" VIP Experience $99 (online only)There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!Oklahoma Joe’s will be serving their full menu from 6:30pm – 8:30pm.

About Kip Moore:Singer-songwriter Kip Moore combines a raw and rustic voice with compelling lyrics of honesty to create a unique sound that's simultaneously hypnotic and edgy. His voice is weathered by life's detours and disappointments and strengthened by his dreams and determination. His music is infused with relentless intensity, both of passion and frustration.Moore shot out of the gate with the best selling debut country album of 2012, UP ALL NIGHT, which spawned the PLATINUM, two week chart-topping hit "Somethin' 'Bout A Truck," followed by two more No. one singles, "Beer Money" and "Hey Pretty Girl." Moore has relentlessly toured the country coast to coast with Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum and Tim McGraw amid selling out his own headlining shows, often in just minutes.

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