Valory Music Co. artist Justin Moore will host a special show at the Wildhorse Saloon November 27 at 7 pm in support of his friend and publicist Carly Caramanna (of PLA Media) and the Jersey Shore Relief Fund. Proceeds from the event will be split equally between the Caramanna family and Hurricane Sandy victims in New Jersey.
Moore had multiple friends who were affected by Sandy’s devastation. Caramanna’s family home and business, located on the Shore, were destroyed in the storm. Worse still, she lost her father to a heart attack just few days after the storm. Moore’s manager Pete Hartung, of L3 Entertainment, is also a Jersey native from the Seaside area. The performer decided the best way he could help his friends and victims was to rally everyone with an evening of music. Special guests Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett and Randy Houser are also slated to perform at the event.
Tickets go on sale at 11 am tomorrow (Nov. 17) here and at the Wildhorse door.
In other Moore news, the singer’s sophomore album Outlaws Like Me was recently certified Gold for sales exceeding 500,000. The album features his hit “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” plus “Bait a Hook” and his latest single “‘Til My Last Day.” He is currently on the road as part of Eric Church’s Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour.