Justin Moore set to headline Jersey Shore benefit concert
Jake Owen, Randy Houser, Thomas Rhett also set to perform
Justin Moore will take to the stage at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon November 27 to raise money for the Jersey Shore Relief Fund, as well as his publicist, Carly Caramanna, whose family home and business, located at the Jersey shore, were destroyed by the recent Hurricane Sandy and are unlikely to be repaired anytime soon. Adding to the tragedy, Caramanna’s father passed away from a fatal heart attack at the age of 54 a few days after Sandy hit.
Joining headliner Moore at the benefit will be fellow country artists Jake Owen, Randy Houser and Thomas Rhett, who are all set to perform.
Proceeds from the show will be split equally between the Caramanna family and other hurricane victims in New Jersey. More info at jerseyrelief.com.
Moore’s most recent album, “Outlaws Like Me,” was certified gold earlier this month for sales of half a million copies.
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