Why Justin Moore Should Win ACM New Artist of the Year
What Do Justin Moore, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw and Randy Houser have in common? They are the ONLY six artists to have back-to-back #1 songs and a song currently heading to the top of the charts.
Moore is up for the ACM New Artist of the Year honor Sunday against Kip Moore and Brett Eldredge. Although I love Kip and Brett, Justin is long overdue for this award. In the words of Eric Church, 'Justin Moore hasn't been nominated for this yet? Nobody deserves it Moore.'
Justin's latest album 'Off the Beaten Path,' not only features his fourth #1 and fastest rising song of his career with 'Point at You.' It's also one of the best albums I've heard in some time, with a Charlie Daniels duet and a beautiful, traditional country ballad with Miranda Lambert called 'Old Habits.' Don't tell Keith Urban, but I like it better than 'Fuse.'
Moore's latest single 'Lettin the Night Roll' is currently rolling up the charts, already in the Top 20.
Not only is Moore having success on the country charts, his concerts, which he is headlining, are selling out across the country.
Why should Justin Moore win the ACM New Artist of the Year honor? Because he's earned it, and I'm not the only one who thinks so.
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Vote at voteacm.com and tune in to CBS Sunday at 8pm to see if Justin Moore takes home the trophy that's long overdue. I voted. Will you?