Justin Moore


Parties can be great, but sometimes, the after party is even better! And since this is the 2024 Gradient Summit, you can expect something “moore”!

Country music star Justin Moore will hit the stage at the CMA Theater in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Thursday, Jan. 18 from 9–10:30 p.m. The CMA Theater perfectly balances the latest technology and accommodations with the Hall of Fame and Museum’s historic country music roots.

Justin Moore’s never been one to follow the pack. A multi-platinum, chart-topping country
star who left Nashville behind for the simple pleasures of small-town life, Moore’s built his
remarkable career playing by his own rules, eschewing trends and spotlight-chasing in favor
of an honest, old-school approach. It makes perfect sense, then, that he’d call his
captivating new album Stray Dog. Mature and nuanced, the collection showcases Moore at
his most self-assured, tapping into the raw energy of his live show as he delivers poignant
stories of desire and commitment, heartbreak and regret, joy and celebration. Sure, there’s
plenty of good time anthems here, but Stray Dog is ultimately a powerful work of reflection
from an artist who’s grown to understand himself on a deeper level than ever before, one
who’s willing to engage in the hard work that comes with building not just a career, but a life
of meaning and purpose.

Born and raised in Poyen, AR, Moore landed his first country #1 with “Small Town USA,” the
breakout single off his 2009 self-titled debut. The record went platinum, as did its 2011
follow-up, Outlaws Like Me, which yielded yet another #1 single. In the decade that followed,
Moore would go on to establish himself as one of modern country music’s most reliable
artists, landing nine more #1’s, taking home the New Artist of the Year trophy at the ACM
Awards, racking up more than a billion streams, and performing everywhere from Jimmy
Kimmel Live to The Today Show.

Visit Moore’s Spotify page to get yourself fired up for Nashville!

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