Montana is certainly a hunter's paradise, and one that draws folks from all over the country. People come here to take their shot, so to speak, at landing something that will not only fill their freezer, but make for a great story they can tell for generations to come.

Among the many hunters that come here from other states are a few celebrities, and one of those celebrities is going to be playing here in Montana in both Billings and Butte over the next couple of days.

Country Star Justin Moore is bringing his Country On It Tour to Montana and will be playing in Billings tomorrow night and in Butte on Friday night. Moore, who has hits such as "The Ones That Never Made It Back Home", "Why We Drink", "With A Woman You Love", and "We Didn't Have Much" is a big fan of the Big Sky state.

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We had a chance to talk to Justin recently and we asked him about coming to Montana and what he thought about the state and his upcoming tour stops.

I'm looking forward to it, we love that part of the country and the fans have always been great to us.  It's a beautiful part of the county, there's no doubt about that, especially this time of year.

Justin, who also loves to fish and hunt with his family, says that Montana will always hold a special place in his heart because of one particular trip.

I've Elk hunted maybe 5 or 6 times in my life and the only time I actually got an Elk was in Montana so it has a special place in my heart.  We were out on tour with Miranda Lambert and we were near Missoula. So, yeah, that dude is hanging over my fireplace in my living room right now.

Credit: Pepper Entertainment
Credit: Pepper Entertainment

We're not sure if he will have any time for hunting this time around, however, as far as we're concerned, he's welcome to come back any time. Once again, you can see Justin in concert tomorrow night in Billings at Metra Park and Friday in Butte at the Butte-Silver Bow Civic Center.

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