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New Single Most Added on Country Radio Today Justin Moore: Kinda Don't Care

Cover Art Courtesy of The Valory Music Co.


NASHVILLE, TN – Rooted in his rural upbringing, Justin Moore's "Kinda Don't Care" proves he is nothing but 100% genuine. His new single emulates the mentality loyal fans have come to expect from him, as his Southern drawl impacts Country radio today. The title track from Moore’s fourth studio album follows back-to-back No. 1’s with “You Look Like I Need a Drink” and “Somebody Else Will” and was most-added right out of the gate making it the third single from the project to hit that mark.

Tunesmiths Rhett Akins, Ross Copperman and Ben Hayslip penned “Kinda Don’t Care” precisely reflecting Moore’s no-frills sensibilities. The air of laissez faire lyrics are on display with: “I kinda wanna light up a couple smokes / Kinda want some Crown mixed in my Coke / Kinda wanna hole up in some corner booth somewhere / I kinda wanna find a pretty little thing / That’s kinda like me, don’t want no strings / Knowin’ in the mornin’ that it ain’t goin’ nowhere / But tonight / I kinda don’t care.”

Earning the Arkansas native his third consecutive No. 1 album debut upon release last year, Sounds Like Nashville raved "...Kinda Don’t Care is Moore’s most diverse record yet.” The ACM Award-winning performer continues to evolve in his sound while keeping true to his traditional Country phrasing. Uproxx noted of the progression, “...look toward the album’s rebellious title track to get a real read on what makes Moore care — or not. That’s the guitar-drenched backwoods apathy I’d play on the radio, given a shot at those dials."

An established road warrior, Moore kicks off his HELL ON A HIGHWAY TOUR next month. His fourth headline trek traverses the US through April 2018. For more dates and information, visit www.JustinMooreMusic.com.



Oct. 13 Monroe, La. — Monroe Civic Center

Oct. 15 New Orleans, La. — UNO Lakefront Arena

Oct. 19 Baltimore, Md. — The Modell Lyric

Oct. 20 Richmond, Va. — Altria Theater

Oct. 27 Birmingham, Ala. — BJCC Concert Hall

Nov. 4 Moline, Ill. — iWireless Center

Nov. 9 Muncie, Ind. — Emens Auditorium, Ball State University

Nov. 10 Muskegon, Mich. — L.C. Walker Arena

Nov. 11 Merrillville, Ind. — Star Plaza Theatre

Nov. 16 Salem, Va. — Salem Civic Center

Nov. 17 Athens, Ga. — Akins Arena at The Classic Center


Jan. 18 Rio Rancho, N.M. — Santa Ana Star Center

Jan. 19 Prescott Valley, Ariz. — Prescott Valley Event Center

Jan. 20 Salt Lake City, Utah — Maverik Center

Jan. 21 Nampa, Idaho — Ford Idaho Center

Jan. 23 Tucson, Ariz. — Tucson Arena

Jan 25 San Jose, Calif. — City National Civic

Jan. 26 Los Angeles, Calif. — Microsoft Theater

Jan. 27 Ontario, Calif. — Citizens Business Bank Arena

Feb. 1 Washington, D.C. — The Wharf

Feb. 2 Salisbury, Md. — Wicomico Civic Center

Feb. 3 Newark, Del. — Bob Carpenter Center, University of Delaware

Feb. 9 Norfolk, Va. — Ted Constant Convocation Center

Feb. 10 Spartanburg, S.C. — Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium

Feb. 15 Rockford, Ill. — BMO Harris Bank Center

Feb.16 Ft. Wayne, Ind . — Allen County Memorial Coliseum

Feb. 17 Ypsilanti, Mich. — EMU Convocation Center

Feb. 23 Trenton, N.J. — Sun National Bank Center

Feb. 24 Rochester, N.Y. — Blue Cross Arena

Mar. 1 Estero, Fla. — Germaine Arena

Mar. 3 St. Augustine, Fla. — St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Mar. 8 Broomfield, Colo. — 1st Bank Arena

Mar. 9 Kearney, Neb. — Viaero Event Center

Mar. 10 Bismarck, N.D. — Bismarck Event Center

Mar. 15 Park City, Kan. — Hartman Arena

Mar. 16 Tulsa, Okla . — Brady Theatre

Mar. 23 Shreveport, La. — Shreveport Municipal Auditorium

Mar. 24 Pensacola, Fla. — Pensacola Bay Center

Mar. 29 Kingston, R.I. — The Ryan Center

Mar. 30 Portland, Maine — Cross Insurance Arena

Mar. 31 Bangor, Maine — Cross Insurance Center

April 19 St. Joseph, Mo. — St. Joseph Civic Center

April 20 Cedar Falls, Iowa — McLeod Center

April 21 Green Bay, Wisc. — Resch Center

April 26 Troy, Ohio — Hobart Arena

April 27 Youngstown, Ohio — Covelli Centre

April 28 Knoxville, Tenn. — Knoxville Civic Coliseum

For tour dates and additional information, visit JustinMooreMusic.com, or follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

ABOUT JUSTIN MOORE: Justin Moore’s long-awaited fourth studio album 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.” The project is chock-full of new music with 16 tracks on the deluxe version and skyrocketed to No. 1 on the iTunes Country chart upon release. The Arkansas native spent three years putting the project together, which serves as a follow up to his second No. 1 album release, OFF THE BEATEN PATH. Moore holds seven No. 1’s under his signature white cowboy hat including “Point At You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll” as well as seven Top 10 hits. The Valory Music Co. recording artist has earned multiple ACM, ACA and ACC Awards nominations. He has shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert and recently wrapped his co-headline AMERICAN MADE TOUR with Lee Brice.


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