West Michigan: Newsmakers Aug. 20, 2009

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Muskegon Chronicle:

He was scheduled to perform for one hour. He wanted to play for two. And for a moment, it appeared Justin Moore, one of country music's fastest-rising stars, would do just that during "Moose Fest," an all-day country music event at Muskegon's Heritage Landing on Saturday. "He probably could have done a second set," said Dave Taft, program manager for radio station WMUS ("The Moose," ), with a laugh. "He was really having a good time." The thousands of country music fans who turned out for the free concert hosted by the radio station also seemed to have a good time. This year's lineup included Darryl Worley, Jason Michael Carroll, Holly Williams and Dean Brody. The Trailer Choir and Grand Rapids-based Union Guns also performed. "I think this was our best lineup yet," said Taft, who noted this was the 6th year... Country music's Justin Moore kicks it up at Moose Fest (Thu, 8/20)

 

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