There was more than one reason to celebrate on Monday, July 29, 2019 when Justin Moore, the Big Machine Label Group, industry VIPs and fans gathered at the release party for his fantastic new fifth album called Late Nights and Longnecks. The event also introduced the debut beer from Big Machine Brewing Company with a limited offering of their Justin Moore Nashville IPA – fittingly packaged in longneck bottles and served iced cold.
Justin Moore delivers “Late Nights and Longnecks” in Nashville.
The packed out party was held at the future home of Tenn South Tasting Room and Coffee House that promises to become a hot spot on Bransford Ave near the 100 Oaks Mall complex. The venue offered a brightly lit bar up front, outdoor patio, game room and performance space and they will soon be opening a pub and restaurant on this popular street that is quickly generating a Music Row vibe even as the old row slowly gets built up and over-run.
The Multi-PLATINUM-selling artist Justin Moore wanted to go back: back to tradition, back to basics, back to the beach, and he did just that on his fifth studio album LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS that is out now via The Valory Music Co. Armed with three No. 1 albums and seven No. 1 singles, Moore shares his most traditional-sounding collection to date, a no-frills portrait of small-town life and big-time dreams that’s not afraid to let its hair down and party at the end of a hard day’s work.
Big Machine Label head Scott Borchetta’s introduces the Justin Moore IPA and artist in July.
Moore and his backing band that on this night included two acoustic strummers on either side of him ran through a number of tracks including the refreshing and addictive “Why We Drink” and the patriotic radio favorite “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home”. In addition to gearing up for dates that run through early November Moore announced from the stage that exciting co-headlining double bill with fellow country star Tracy Lawrence is set to roll beginning in January of 2020.
In addition to the Justin Moore branded beer and the oh so smooth Big Machine vodka there was ample tasty catering courtesy of Bransford Avenue neighbor Café Monells who provided delicious mac and cheese bites, bacon wrapped peppers, pork, corn bread pancakes and a beloved banana pudding to cap off a great night in Nashville.
Tenn South is set to soon become a tasty destination in Nash.