Amazingly, Moore doesn't get nervous being on stage. "It's like clocking in and clocking out," he said.
That part may sound simple, but life on the road can get pretty crazy. How crazy? "People wanting crazy [body] parts signed, drinking and the occasional fights," Moore said.
He likes being on the tour, but he also likes being at home. Moore enjoys playing in front of all his fans, but he doesn't like leaving his two daughters and wife behind. There is an upside, though; sometime they come along while he is on tour.
When he isn't on tour, Moore enjoys doing normal things like hanging out with his family, hunting and fishing. He doesn't believe his fame has changed him, though he is aware of it. He admits that he has to watch what he says on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites because he is a celebrity.
When it comes to his music, Moore says there's no exact way he writes his songs. Sometimes it's not even a song when he first thinks of it; he may have a title for the longest time but no lyrics. Other times, he may pick up his guitar, start playing a melody and think of lyrics but not have a title. It's a process that takes time.
Moore hopes his songs not just entertain his fans but also impact their lives. For instance, his song "Small Town USA" was inspired by him missing his hometown, and he hopes that people who miss their home can listen to the song and feel better.
Moore has always wanted to do something in the music world. Growing up, he didn't have a backup plan.
"Having a backup plan means you already give up, and I didn't want that," he said.
That goes along with the advice he would give to his fans wanting to pursue a career in music, which is, "Just go for it.
"It sounds corny, but look at me," he said. "I was once a normal person like them and look where I'm at today."