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"The Justin Moore Podcast” is a new podcast featuring candid, behind-the-scenes access into Justin’s life at home, on the farm and on tour. Co-hosted by Moore and his tour manager J.R., aka “The Handler,” the 15-episode weekly series will launch Tuesday, May 19th, with new episodes debuting each Tuesday. Justin's current single Top 15-and-climbing single “Why We Drink” follows his 8th No. 1 hit “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home," which was nominated for a 2020 iHeart Country Song of the Year.
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Hunting Season

Hunting Season

2020-11-2001:04:47

Justin and JR kicked off the episode with all kinds of fun deer hunting stories. Justin has one goal this hunting season and that’s to get Kate and Ella their first deer. JR has a long list of fan-submitted questions while Justin breaks up the Q&A session with amazing acoustic covers and personal songs, including his new single “We Didn’t Have Much.” 
Justin and JR chat about some of the current events including sports, politics, and puppies! Despite a strong push by Justin, the girls in his life won the battle to bring home a new dog. Justin’s oldest daughter, Ella, comes on to talk about the puppy and how the family feels about trying to replace good ole, Hank. The boys end the episode with another edition of Stump the Handler. Can you guess the artist before they do? 
Justin and JR bring on the duo Lo Cash to talk all things from their new chart-climbing music, to their career trajectory and even the list of greatest country music singers from Arkansas. The highs and lows on the path to stardom truly shows that hard work pays off. You’ll leave inspired and even bigger fans of Lo Cash. Stick around because you won’t want to miss what Justin thinks about Chris Stapleton’s new song “Arkansas.”
Rhett Atkins joins the guys on the podcast for some of the best storytelling yet on the podcast. Rhett shares the history of how he wrote the song "Bait a Hook" and the NFL player that it was written about. All the guys share their hilarious stories about meeting and hanging out with Hank Williams Jr.—best of all, the phone call that lead to their inside joke: Millions, Brother. 
This week, JR and Justin bring on fellow Arkansan and country artist Joe Nichols. They catch up and debate many different topics: from the all-time top country music groups to the unfortunate luck of their beloved Hogs. To kick off the episode, JR gets Justin laughing real good, telling stories about his dad, Big Jim. From eating raw hamburger meat to unknowingly racing JR’s good friend on the road, it becomes very evident where JR gets his wild side from.
This week, the guys get to talk about getting back on stage for a full band show for the first time—which ties perfectly into the guest for this week, Chris Cobb. Chris owns the iconic EXIT/IN and the global pandemic has quickly threatened the sustainability of not only his but numerous music venues across the country. Chris, Justin and JR give some advice for how you can help save the iconic venues so that live music can continue to go on.
Coming off of their first acoustic show, Justin talks about what it was like being back on stage. The guys talk about a few upcoming show possibilities and how good it was to record in person last week. This week’s guest is none other than the mountain climbing, wave crushing, brother from another mother: Kip Moore. Kip talks about some of this adventures around the globe and how the simply life has helped him through 2020. With a close friendship spanning over 8 years, there are plenty of stories shared, including giving some of their own band members a hard time about the fashion choices on stage, which we promise you’ll get a kick out of.
Back to Work

Back to Work

2020-10-0101:13:241

Justin and JR are together once again, in person, at Justin’s house in Arkansas. They talk about having their first live show since March and update everyone on all the live shows coming up as well as the new live album that just released. After Justin’s beloved dog, Hank, went over the rainbow bridge, he has adamantly disagreed with his wife’s about getting a new puppy. And for the first time ever, the guys play a round of music trivia game—"Stump the Handler.” Justin closes the show out with another acoustic cover that you won’t want to miss.
JR survived Hurricane Sally but not without losing power and internet, so this week’s episode is presented by generator power and a cell phone hotspot. The boys bring Travis Denning on and break the bro code by putting him on the spot about whether or not his girlfriend is his fiancée—with her in the room. But they recover nicely by having Justin agree to officiate the wedding when Travis finally decides to marry her. Travis tells some stories about buying an Arkansas boat, streaking after a show that Justin and he played together and playing a real live show soon—which happens to be the night before Justin plays in the same city, Lynchburg, Va.
The Boys are Back in Town

The Boys are Back in Town

2020-09-1801:11:271

In the Season 2 premiere, Justin and JR are back in their studios telling stories and sharing drinks. From selling his boat to having his son pee on his lap during a zoom interview, Justin catches us up on life in Arkansas. The boys also discuss some of great songs used by college teams and what Justin feels is the perfect song for his Arkansas Razorbacks. This episode just happened to be recorded on JR’s birthday, so be sure and listen just so you can celebrate with him!
BONUS: Mini Concert

BONUS: Mini Concert

2020-09-0924:132

Justin and JR chat about Justin’s kids starting back to school and the rain cloud that continues to hover over his entire family. Then JR digs up a three-song mini concert set from the archive that Justin had recorded.   Season 2 is dropping next week and the guys tease who their first guest will be. Check it out!
BONUS: Colt Ford

BONUS: Colt Ford

2020-09-0232:441

This week we’re pulling from the interview archives. Justin and JR got Uncle Colt Ford to figure out the Zoom machine and jump on for a quick chat. The guys had just been shutdown from touring and figuring out what their lives looked like. Colt and JR seemed to think that a Netflix special with Justin as a dancer could be a good way forward.
Justin & JR wrap up Season 1 of the podcast with the exciting news that “Why We Drink” hit the No. 1 spot on the country music charts. They get a few of the co-writers, Casey Beathard & David Lee Murphy, on the Zoom Machine to celebrate the success. Justin and JR then reminisce on some of the finer moments of the season, including two separate instances of Justin passing out before finishing episodes. They close it out with a few more raincloud stories from both Justin and JR, and then announce all the details about an all new Season 2 of The Justin Moore Podcast. Stick around to the end and listen to an acoustic version of Justin’s ninth No. 1 single.
ESPN analyst, author and country music fan Marty Smith comes on to share some never heard stories about his life, career and sports. However, after swapping stories about small town roots and SEC teams, Justin performs a classic hillbilly slip in the middle of the interview!  Whether it was the happy hour casualty or technical difficulty, we’ll let you guys be the judge. JR does what any good host would do and doesn’t close out the episode without calling Justin back the next day and making sure we hear his side of the story and more importantly, get Justin to close with a song!
Diamond Dallas Page comes on the podcast to catch up with Justin and JR. They talk about DDP and his family’s experience contracting COVID-19, some of the success stories that DDP has experienced in his second act as a health and wellness guru and even helping Justin get jacked before his 40th birthday. As always be sure to stay until the end and listen to Justin close the show with an acoustic cover of "Way Out Here."
The Hank It Belt Buckle

The Hank It Belt Buckle

2020-08-0401:36:39

Justin & JR call up a long time fan to help answer the question “Where did the Hank It Belt Buckle come from?” Don’t miss the guys talking about their favorite boots and how guests wonder if Justin truly does “wake up like that.” With plenty of behind the scenes stories from road and even some sports talk, this episode covers it all. Stick around for Justin covering one of his favorite Alan Jackson songs.
Justin and JR bring on their friend and country music star, Riley Green. From a meet and greet in 2011 to JR championing Riley’s music for years, these guys have a special connection with their traditional country music songs. The guys talk about songwriting together, Mike Tyson’s return and even bring on Justin’s babysitters to hear a live performance of one of Riley’s unreleased songs. 
Justin and JR hop on the zoom machine to connect with their good buddy Jon Pardi. There’s stories of concerts and drinking, weddings and friendship, and even a special announcement from Jon Pardi about his next album. Hear JR’s go-to move when he’s had a little too much to drink and the story of how his van sales pitch led to some quick cash from Pardi. 
Justin and JR take us back to beginning of Justin’s career, when a 17-year-old kid from Poyen, Arkansas, was discovered by a New Jersey transplant living in Nashville. Listen as Justin’s manager, Pete Hartung, shares two decades worth of stories from battling through language barriers to signing record deals on Justin’s wedding day all while operating under a gentlemen’s handshake agreement. The episode is capped off with a game of Truth or Dare with all the the ladies in Justin’s life—his wife Kate and his 3 daughters—and a special performance of "Outlaws Like Me" by Justin.
Country music and social media superstar Granger Smith joins Justin and JR to talk about life on the Yee Yee Farm. From building chicken coops to playing new shows and living in an RV, Granger shares several great stories and life lessons. After their conversation, Justin and JR pay tribute to a legend, mentor and good friend, Uncle Charlie. Through telling stories, reading texts, and singing one of his songs, the guys remember and mourn one of the good ones. Rest in peace, Charlie Daniels.
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James Daum

Justin off topic maybe something I shouldn't ask. I worked with a Dave Moore very nice guy, are you any relation Wellsburg NY area?

Nov 16th
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Scott Darden

hi

Oct 14th
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Sherri Shelby

❤🧡💛 Purple Rain

Jul 17th
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Sherri Shelby

Great job guys

Jul 17th
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Sherri Shelby

Great job on that song Justin 😍

Jul 14th
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Sherri Shelby

Those girls are so cute

Jul 14th
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Mike Gardone

Great Episode! Keep it up guys! 👍👍

May 28th
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