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Justin Moore Show the Redneck Side of Him at the Fruityard

Justin Moore Shows the Redneck Side of Him at the Fruityard
by Michael Mangano

The weather was hot and the beer cold at the Fruityard Friday night as a cowboy hats and boots packed the amphitheater for Justin Moore.  First, the Nashville singer-songwriter Eric Pasley who has written songs for Jake Owen; “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart”, the for Eli Young Band, Love and Theft’s “Angel Eyes,” and Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts was the opening act singing his own hits,” “Song About a Girl” and “She Don’t Love You,”

After his meet and greet with fans Justin Moore took to the stage and sang many of his old hits; Small Town U.S.A, Kinda Don’t Care, You Look Like I Need a Drink.  He also featured a Waylon Jennings cover, the Theme From ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ (Good Ol’ Boys) and If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away which he dedicated to country singer Granger Smith on the loss of their child. Moore sang some new songs like his new hit signal “The Ones That Didn’t Make it Back Home” from his “Late Nights and Longnecks” album that is a tribute to the military, first responders, teachers and others in the line of duty. 

Moore finishes off the show with an encore performance of Reckneck Side to the enthusiastic crowd who spent most of the show on their feet.  The Fruit Yard is a great showplace, easy parking, and a easy going vibe that makes a show enjoyable.   #TheFruityard #ModestoUSA #REGentertainment

Set list

How I Got to Be This Way
Kinda Don’t Care
Theme From ‘The Dukes of Hazard (Good Ol’ Boys)
(Waylon Jennings cover)
You Look Like I Need a Drink
The Ones That Didn’t Make it Back Home
Til My Last Day
Somebody Else Will
Lettin’ the Night Roll
Why We Drink
If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away
Bait A Hook
Hank It
Small Town U.S.A.
I Could Kick Your Ass
Point at You
Redneck Side

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