David Lee Murphy teams up with Justin Moore as his duet with Kenny Chesney nears #1

Cody Villalobos / @codyvillalobosJustin Moore is teaming up with David Lee Murphy for two dates in the Southeast this fall, and they're hinting there's likely more to come. 

David Lee will open for Justin in Southaven, Mississippi and Owensboro, Kentucky on September 27 and 28. The two have also been collaborating on some new material for Justin's next album, which should arrive later this year.

The title track of Justin's current record, "Kinda Don't Care," is currently in country's top-25, while David Lee's duet with Kenny Chesney, "Everything's Gonna Be Alright," is approaching #1. 

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