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DEBUT VIDEO FROM JUSTIN MOORE’S BRAND NEW ALBUM TAKES #1 SPOT ON ITUNES ONE WEEK AFTER RELEASE 
UPCOMING NEW ALBUM, OUTLAWS LIKE ME, IN STORES JUNE 21 
 
Nashville, TN – Only one week after being released, “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” the debut single from Valory Music Co. artist Justin Moore’s sophomore album impressively takes over the #1 video spot on iTunes. The video has also entered the prestigious ‘Top 20 Countdown’ for both video networks:  CMT: Country Music Television and GAC:  Great American Country.

Moore’s sophomore album, OUTLAWS LIKE ME, will hit stores on June 21, 2011.  Previously named Billboard Magazine’s TOP NEW COUNTRY ARTIST, Moore has sold over 1.2 million digital downloads stemming from the three consecutive smash hits from his previous album.

Reflecting on the making a music video for this song, Moore notes how emotional it was for him, having lost his grandfather a year ago.

“The song’s subject is personal to me and so many of my fans have echoed that same sentiment.  Making the video adds another dimension to very universal message.” Moore says.

This song is the fastest rising single of his career and is included on the new album.  Moore co-wrote 11 of the 13 songs on the new collection, including the album’s title track – “Outlaws Like Me.” 

About Justin Moore: Justin Moore’s star has grown significantly since he was named Billboard’s “Top New Country Artist of 2009.”  This Southern Country stylist has sold over 1.2 million digital downloads to date and has scored three consecutive smash hits from his debut album (the #1 “Small Town USA”; Top 5 “Backwoods”; and Top 20 “How I Got To Be This Way”).   His self-titled album, which debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200, was recognized as one of the best albums of 2009 by The New York Times and garnered him a CMT Music Award nomination. 

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