Spotlight: Have you ever been to Fargo?
Moore: You know what, I honestly don’t know. We go to so many places. We’ve been up in that direction but I’m not sure if I’ve actually been to Fargo. We’re looking forward to coming up there, that way we know we’ve been there. (Laughs)
Spotlight: What’s your favorite fair food?
Moore: Corn dogs without a doubt. I’m obsessed. Those things are dangerous. Everytime we have those for food after a show I plow through about three or four of them.
Spotlight: You’ll be playing outdoors at the Red River Valley Fair. Do you have a preference of playing indoors or outdoors?
Moore: I don’t necessarily have a preference. I enjoy both. Although in the summertime, there’s nothing like playing outside in the beautiful weather. We enjoy both.
Spotlight: What’s your favorite concert story?
Moore: I’ve got thousands of stories. The one that is kind of funny and weird is when we played in Lincoln, NE with Miranda Lambert. I walked right off the front of the stage. I was playing guitar and I wasn’t paying attention… I fell about 10-feet. Thank God I didn’t get hurt that bad.
Spotlight: Your career is still pretty young. What do you have planned and hope for the future?
Moore: We have the same aspirations as every other artist. We’ve been fortunate to be on a lot of major tours as the support act. That’s the ultimate goal, to be able to headline arenas like just a few other people are doing. We’ve been really, really fortunate. We have two albums that are close to being gold, five or six hits on the radio. We just have to keep doing it and adding to our fan base.
Spotlight: What song is going to get the crowd going the most?
Moore: Off the new album it would definitely be “Bait A Hook.” “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” is also a huge one, but obviously “Bait A Hook” has been a huge concert song. Off the last album “Small Town USA”, “Backwoods” and “I Could Kick Your Ass” are all good ones