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Sep 23, 2013 10:45 PM EDT | James Knight
Zack Brown found himself "Knee Deep" in controversy, when the singer/songwriter criticized fellow county artist Luke Bryan's new song, "That's My Kind of Night." His comments sparked a country music civil war and now Justin Moore has joined in on the feud.
Zack Brown got himself in some hot water during a recent interview with Canadian radio station JRFM. During the interview Brown called, Luke Bryan's newest song " the worst song I’ve ever heard." He later went on to clarify the comments, tweeting:
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"My opinion is not about Luke as an artist, it's about that song. He didn't write it. I'm a fan of Luke, but definitely not that song."
One of the songs three writers is Dallas Davidson, who has written for several big name country stars, including Justin Moore. Know Moore is adding his name to growing list of artist outraged by Brown's comments. In an interview Moore told radio personalty Broadway:
“You know what, everybody has their opinions and I don’t have a problem with people having their opinions, but where I do have a problem with it is when you call out somebody in your fraternity. Do we all like every song on the radio? Do the fans like every song on the radio? No—music’s subjective.There’s never going to be a song that everybody loves; there’s never going to be a song that everybody hates. But that said, Luke’s a friend of mine and a great guy, great husband, great father, etc. And I wouldn’t have took too kindly to it if I was him. I don’t see the upside to it. You can never make yourself look good by trying to make somebody else look bad.”
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