Josh Thompson Talks About “Phenomenal” Time Touring With Justin Moore and Randy Houser

The trek will run until May of 2014.

photo by Ernie Mills/The Greenroom PR

Since releasing his very first single, “Beer on the Table,” back in 2009, Josh Thompson has toured with a who’s who list of country music stars.

Well, earlier this month, Josh hit the road with Justin Moore and Randy Houser for a 50-plus-date run on Justin’s Off the Beaten Path Tour. The combination of talent not only has the fans getting what they want, but also has Justin, Josh and Randy getting what they want as well—being on tour with their closest buddies!

“I am really looking forward to this tour,” Josh tells Country Weekly. “It has been so much fun already. I’ve never been on a tour yet that everybody that I’m on tour with is somebody that I already have a really good relationship with. I’m really good friends with Justin, and I’m good friends with Randy. I’ve known Randy since the day I moved to town. So like eight years ago we used to drink beer at [Nashville club] 12th & Porter and watch showcases together. The hang on this tour has already been phenomenal, and the show is over the top. I’m excited about it.”

The trek will run until May of 2014. “It’s 56 dates, so ask me after 56 dates if I still like these guys,” Josh says with a laugh. “It’s nonstop and it don’t quit!”

For a full list of upcoming Off the Beaten Path Tour dates, visit  joshthompsonofficial.com.

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