Justin Moore's "Off the Beaten Path" Album to Hit Stores on September 17
By: Alanna Conaway
After talking about the new music in the works for the past several months, Justin Moore finally has a date set in stone when the new project can be in the hands of his fans. September 17, Off the Beaten Path will hit stores and feature several tunes that are sure to be hits just judging by the writers behind the tunes and the album's special guests.
In addition to his current Top 20 hit single, "Point At You," penned by Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip and Ross Copperman, the album is expected to feature several tracks written by David Lee Murphy, Thomas Rhett, The Warren Brothers, Lance Miller, Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins and Chris Janson, among others. The collection will also include a couple of guest vocals -- Miranda Lambert on "Old Habits" and Charlie Daniels on "For Some Ol Redneck Reason." Off the Beaten Path will also have a deluxe edition made available.
"It's been two years since we've released new music, and I'm beyond excited to get these 16 songs out to our fans," Moore says of the album which was once again produced by Jeremy Stover. "I will always remain true to who I am, but there are a few curveballs that show my sense of humor and take our fans 'off the beaten path.' We want to step it up every time, and I really feel like this collection of songs allows us to reach out in ways we haven't yet. I've also never done a duet, so it's really cool to have both Miranda Lambert and Musicians Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels agree to join me on a couple of songs."
Moore will be in good company on September 17 with the release of Off the Beaten Path. That same day, new albums from Chris Young (A.M.)and Billy Currington (We Are Tonight) are also expected to arrive in stores.