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With two platinum-selling albums, eight gold records and seven #1 Billboard hit singles, Justin Moore is now a certified country music superstar. The Arkansas native is set to bring his “Hell on a Highway Tour” to the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Saturday, March 31, with special guest Dylan Scott.

Moore checked in with The Maine Edge during a tour stop in Park City, Kansas. He called from his bus where he was chilling with close pals Johnny and June.

Published in Music
Wednesday, 30 May 2012 16:11

A 'Throwdown' review

BANGOR Country music fans were plentiful Sunday as the Country Throwdown Tour made a stop at The Bangor Waterfront Pavilion. The lineup of acts ranged from sweet traditional acoustic to heavy Southern rock and a lot of twang in between. 

Fans were welcomed by Maggie Rose, a cute little blonde with a big old voice who sang from a young woman's perspective of fighting back and standing up. Her band jumpstarted the afternoon and was followed by Florida Georgia Line, a seemingly drinking game-inspired group. Eric Paslay, who has several published songs to his credit, delivered a deep talent for lyrics harkening back to Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings. He is a young man to watch if he can find some traction in a music market saturated with backwoods worship. Sunny Sweeney, always a fan favorite with her rhinestone bedazzled guitar, performed her own brand of trailer park songs. This is her second time in Bangor, last appearing with Lady Antebellum in September 2011.

Published in Happenings

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