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Certified Platinum Tour Photos

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All photos property of Country Music North and were taken during the Certified Platinum Tour stop at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA on April 10, 2015.


Justin Moore Lets the Night Roll in Worcester

Opening for Miranda Lambert on her Certified Platinum Tour, Justin Moore stole the show Friday night at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. Following a low energy, albeit solid, performance from Pistol Annies member, Ashley Monroe, Moore got the crowd rocking with his blend of twangy vocals, rocking guitars, and powerful stage presence.

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Sunday Conversation: Jordan Rager

Courtesy: Broken Bow
Courtesy: BBR Music Group

At just twenty years old Jordan Rager has already accomplished a ton. He was discovered at age 15 when performing at a Susan G. Komen charity event. From there he’s appeared on NBC’s The Voice, been a staple on 94.9 The Bull out of Atlanta, gone on tour with Justin Moore,  and gained a YouTube fan base over twenty thousand strong. Despite all the success, Rager is still as humble and hungry as ever.  He recently signed a recording deal with BBR Music Group and expects his debut single to drop within the next couple of months. We talked with Jordan about his debut record, being on the road with Justin Moore, and any advice he had for young people looking to make it in Nashville.

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Spotify vs. iTunes: Explaining the Difference in Money

Old Boots, New DirtOver the past couple of weeks multiple high profile country artists have made the decision to remove parts of their music catalogs from the streaming service Spotify. The first to do so, Taylor Swift, set the precedent. Shortly after, Jason Aldean pulled his most recent record Old Boots, New Dirt and this week both Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore pulled their most recent releases from the streaming service. So why are popular artists choosing to remove their most recent releases from the popular service?

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Country Music on Veteran’s Day

As much as country music has become about partying, girls, and drinking beer it’s days like these when the genres’ roots shine through. Before it was about all that, country music was about family, doing what’s right, and honoring those that have served. Nowadays songs with those messages are few and far between. Artists such as Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, and Justin Moore stand apart when it comes to such music. Both Moore and Gilbert have singles on radio now honoring those who have served. Justin Moore’s “This Kind of Town” includes the line, “Tie a yellow ribbon on a tree to say thank you,” a sentiment to a common southern gesture to show support for the troops. Moore’s “One Hell of an Amen” opens with a verse honoring a man who’s died in battle, “Preacher said he died too young, over there totin’ that gun, for Uncle Sam and our freedom.” Country music needs more songs with these messages. So on Veteran’s Day it’s important to remember to thank those who have given their lives for this country.