JUSTIN MOORE SURPRISES PUBLIC SERVANTS WITH RIAA GOLD PLAQUES
Current Single “We Didn’t Have Much” Breaks into Top 5 at Radio
Pictured (L to R) - Travis Crowder (Boys & Girls Club), Justin Aguilar (Boys & Girls Club), Trent Renner (Yerington/Mason Valley Fire Department, feat. in video), Sonora Hall (Yerington Theater for the Arts), Ozzy Brown (feat. in video military scene), Jenna Roberton (Yerington/Mason Valley Fire Department), Anna Draper (Yerington Theater for the Arts), Police Chief Darren Wagner, Fire Chief Scott Draper, Officer Brandon Coombs; [Lower Front] Cody Villalobos (Video Director, L3 Entertainment), Lissa Kellogg (Yerington Theater for the Arts)
NASHVILLE, TN (August 2, 2021) – Justin Moore’s most recent No.1 single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” has touched the hearts of millions with the music video nearing 19M views on YouTube alone. The Arkansas native, who grew up with a strong sense of community and gratitude, was recently able to thank those who made the powerful music video possible in the same city where they serve and the bulk of scenes were filmed.
On July 24, in front of 10,000 fans at Night in the Country Festival in Yerington, NV, Moore’s video director and management team member, Cody Villalobos, presented special plaques commemorating RIAA Gold certification and #1 radio chart success to the Yerington Police Department, the Yerington/Mason Valley Fire Protection District and Yerington Theater for the Arts, along with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mason Valley on behalf of Moore. These local heroes were involved in the production and continue to serve their neighbors.
Coming up, Moore is set to take the stage on Sunday (8/8) in Nashville, TN, during the inaugural Music City Grand Prix, where he’s sure to perform his current single “We Didn’t Have Much,” released via the Valory Music Co., which entered Top 5 at Country radio this week. Visit justinmooremusic.com for tour dates and more.