Justin Moore and Friends Raise Over $20K With Jersey Shore Relief Benefit Concert
Justin Moore had the fans packed in the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville this past Tuesday (Nov. 27), when he called upon some of his famous friends to help raise some money during a special benefit concert, with proceeds going to the Jersey Shore Relief Fund, as well as his publicist, Carly Caramanna, who fell victim to the recent Hurricane Sandy devastation.
With Moore's heart in the right place, he, along with new daddy Jake Owen, Randy Houser and Thomas Rhett, helped rake in over $20,000, which was given to both parties in need, to help rebuild their lives and businesses after losing it all in the recent weeks.
That evening, the Caramanna family was also presented with a generous charitable donation from Moore's record label, Big Machine Label Group, and its label head, Scott Borchetta, which was the icing on the cake for the singer's publicist and friend.
"I was completely blown away by the Nashville community," says Caramanna. "Their love and support has kept us going through this difficult time."
Moore has his share of good things coming to him in the coming weeks, as well. In addition to having his current album, 'Outlaws Like Me,' go gold recently, he is also enjoying having yet another Top 5 song this week with his current single, ''Til My Last Day.'