Justin Moore Says Singing Mötley Crüe’s “Home Sweet Home” Is Most “Random” Thing He’s Done

Teams up with hard rock legends for recording and video from “Nashville Outlaws” Mötley Crüe tribute.

There’s obviously much anticipation around Nashville Outlaws: A Country Tribute to Mötley Crüe, which arrives in stores on Aug. 19. The first single from the release is Justin Moore’s version of the ballad “Home Sweet Home,” which actually features Vince Neil backing him up vocally.

The song’s video, which was directed by Shane Drake and shot in Nashville, features scenes of Justin in his bus as well as onstage with his band. Naturally, Vince and the Crüe guys—Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee—all make a cameo appearance in the performance scenes.

“It’s obviously the most random thing I’ve ever done in my career . . . a duet and a video with these guys,” Justin told CW after the shoot. “I’m obviously a more traditional country music fan, but I’m a fan of great songs and people who have been able to reach the level of success that they have. It’s been good to get to know them and become more acquainted with their music because of this project.”

See and read more about Justin’s video, which you can view below, in the July 21 issue of Country Weekly, on stands now.

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