Justin Moore Honors Hometown Heroes

Labelmate Greg Bates pens “Heroes.”

Justin Moore (left) and Greg Bates
Justin Moore by Kristin Barlowe/BMLG, Greg Bates by Jeremy Cowart/BMLG

Justin Moore sang it, Greg Bates wrote it, now you can get it for free.

“Heroes,” recorded by Justin and written by Greg, is available for free download, and Crown Royal is stepping up to donate $1 for every copy downloaded between now and July 28's Samuel Deeds 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Samuel Deeds, a U.S. Marine, is just the kind of hometown hero who inspired the tune. Greg said he wrote the song “to honor everyday people who don’t always get the credit and recognition that they deserve for their daily acts of heroism.”

Download your free copy of “Heroes” at crownheroessong.com. You must be 21 or over to access the download.

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