Justin Moore tops a triple bill of male country singers coming to the Covelli Centre on Saturday.
Moore is the road in support of his September release “Off the Beaten Path,” his third album. His first two records each sold more than a half-million copies and produced a number one single – “Small Town USA” on his self-titled debut and “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” from “Outlaws Like Me.” Other country hits include “Backwoods,” “Till My Last Day” and “Bait a Hook.”
“Point at You,” the lead single from “Off the Beaten Path,” peaked at number 10 on the country singles chart but the disc debuted at the top of the Billboard country album chart. The new album features a duet with Miranda Lambert on “Old Habits” and an appearance by Charlie Daniels on “For Some Ol’ Redneck Reason.”
Joining Moore on the tour is Randy Houser and Josh Thompson.
Houser’s latest album, “How Country Feels,” generate two top 10 country singles, the title track and “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight.” Before he got a chance to make his own records, Houser was a Nashville songwriter and co-wrote Trace Adkins’ breakout hit “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.”
Thompson, whose major label debut was released in 2010 by Sony Nashville, now is signed to Universal subsidiary Show Dog. His current single is “Cold Beer with Your Name on It.”