Fans at Justin Moore’s show on Father’s Day got a glimpse into his life as a dad when the artist’s oldest daughter Ella, 6, joined him onstage as he performed “’Til My Last Day,” adorably clinging to him as he sang.

His firstborn stood as close as possible to her dad, who put his arm around her and kept singing, occasionally checking to see if she wanted to take a line or two. The cutie wasn’t quite ready for the spotlight, though, and cozied up to Moore, hiding her face from the crowd when the mic came near her.

Moore carried around his little girl as the crowd cheered for her, until he finally put her down and she scurried offstage. It’s clear little Ella loves her daddy and just wanted to be close to him, a sentiment made all the more special in light of Sunday’s holiday.

The “You Look Like I Need a Drink” singer is outnumbered at his house with his wife, Kate, and two more daughters, Kennedy and Rebecca, but he doesn’t seem to mind. He even lets them style his hair with a myriad of bows and give him the occasional pedicure.

Moore recently announced his forthcoming new record, Kinda Don’t Care, which will feature a collaboration with Brantley Gilbert and songs written by Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, Jaren Johnston of the Cadillac Three, and even two co-written by Moore.

“This is the best piece of music we’ve delivered because it gets more fun each time,” he says of the record. “Naming the album Kinda Don’t Care is not meant to be nonchalant or careless. It’s meant to be a challenge to folks to live life a little more freely and be true to themselves.”

Kinda Don’t Care is slated for release Aug. 12.

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