Justin Moore Shares What Gets Him in Trouble Every Father’s Day
There is just one problem.
“I’m terrible,” Moore says with a laugh during an interview with Taste of Country. “The kids will make me these homemade cards and I will read them and everything, and then I throw them away. My wife [Kate] can’t stand it. She always catches me. She likes to keep everything.”
Other than that annual snafu, Moore says that Father’s Day is often a low-key affair spent at the beach.
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“The kids are always making me stuff,” Moore says. “I wouldn’t mind some fishing poles, either.”
Luckily, Father’s Day is also spent relaxing, as Moore’s 2019 is about to heat up. Not only will “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” hitmaker spend a majority of his summer out on the festival circuit, but he also will release his long-awaited album Late Nights and Longnecks on July 26.
“It’s just something that’s in me, it’s a passion,” Moore said in a recent interview about living life out on the road. “I love getting able to write and record music, then travel across the country to play it. And I’ve got four little kids, so I’ve got to work and make money, too. Getting to do something I love for a living is not the norm, so I feel very blessed to have the chance to do it.”
Moore has also just released a new song titled "On the Rocks."
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