Rock Ridge Music
AOL: What are you most looking forward to in 2011?
Justin Moore: Touring -- a lot! A new record came out a few months ago, and a slew of tour dates are coming up, so I'm looking forward to working. Working is good.
AOL: What would you say has been your biggest accomplishment as an artist to date?
JM: To date? Oh my gosh. That we actually can still make a living playing music. I mean, after 10 years of being together, that we still do it I'd say is a pretty big accomplishment.
AOL: What inspires you?
JM: You know, starting out it was dang women (laughs). You know, at this point, when I hear good songs or good songwriters -- or see a great show -- I'm like "Oh man, I need to get to work! What have I done with my life? I need to write better songs!" I think just seeing new people do great songs, it makes me want to write better songs.
AOL: In preparation for this year's Rock Boat, Sixthman asked cruise patrons to answer the question, 'What is your Rock Boat?' So, with this being Ingram Hill's fourth time on the Rock Boat, what does the Rock Boat mean to you?
JM: (He laughs) My Rock Boat is lots of good people and lots of GREAT MUSIC. A lot of fun, and losing my voice (motions to his mouth) -- they call this boat voice.
Watch Ingram Hill perform 'Almost Perfect' on the Rock Boat XI.