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|Jun 2||Brantley Gilbert, Kip Moore & Colt Ford||Xfinity Center (formerly Comcast Center) Mansfield, Massachusetts||Find Tickets|
|Jun 10||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Raleigh, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jun 11||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jun 12||Miranda Lambert: Keeper Of The Flame Tour||Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Jun 18||Country Fest with Carrie Underwood, Kip Moore, Frankie Ballard and more - SATURDAY ONLY||Chippewa Valley Country Festival Cadott, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Jun 23||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jun 24||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jun 25||Dwight Yoakam, Easton Corbin, Kip Moore, Wade Bowen, Jana Kramer & Canaan Smith||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Spring, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Jul 15||Miranda Lambert: Keeper Of The Flame Tour||Walmart AMP (Arkansas Music Pavilion) Rogers, Arkansas||Find Tickets|
|Jul 24||Kip Moore||Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater Park City, Utah||Find Tickets|
|Jul 28||Miranda Lambert with Kip Moore and Brothers Osborne||Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jul 29||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (formerly First Midwest Bank Amp.) Tinley Park, Illinois||Find Tickets|
|Jul 30||Miranda Lambert||Century Link Center Omaha, Nebraska||Find Tickets|
|Aug 4||Miranda Lambert||The Greek Theatre Los Angeles, California||Find Tickets|
|Aug 5||Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore & Brothers Osborne||Irvine Meadows (formerly Verizon Wireless) Irvine, California||Find Tickets|
Singer-songwriter Kip Moore combines a raw and rustic voice with compelling lyrics of honesty to create a unique sound that’s simultaneously hypnotic and edgy. His voice is weathered by life’s detours and disappointments and strengthened by his dreams and determination. His music is infused with relentless intensity, both of passion and frustration.
The boy who grew up daydreaming about life outside of the small town of Tifton, Ga., became a man who has been continually inspired by Bruce Springsteen and Kris Kristofferson to paint vivid portraits with his lyrics.
His music powerfully captures some of the contradictions that he grapples with personally. Although he’s from a large family and enjoys musical collaborations and performing onstage, he’s an introvert who is often more comfortable being alone.
Despite its edge, his music remains desperately optimistic.
During high school, he secretly began playing his brother’s guitar because he was intimidated by the talent of his mother and older brother. “I would play when nobody was around, just figuring out stuff, watching his hands and trying to do the same thing.”
Kip moved to Hawaii on a whim with just a backpack, a surfboard and a friend. They slept on an airport bench the first night and then lucked into a hut that was $50 a month. They would walk or hitchhike the mile to the beach daily. After six months of this tropical paradise, Kip thought he had found his permanent home until his friend encouraged him to pursue songwriting as a living.
He drove to Nashville on Jan. 1, 2004 in an old black Nissan truck that contained one bag and his guitar. He immersed himself in the songwriting community, observing songwriters’ rounds for two years and honing his craft before gaining the confidence to join in. After four years of performing locally, he caught the attention of Creative Artist Agency’s Mark Dennis, who called Universal Music Group Nashville’s Joe Fisher. Not only did Joe’s encounter lead to his record deal with MCA Nashville, but it also brought about his introduction to songwriter Brett James, who produced Kip’s debut album.
He also found important relationships with songwriters Dan Couch, Scott Steppakoff, Westin Davis and Kiefer Thompson, two of whom didn’t have publishing deals when he began writing with them.
And different his debut project is, as evidenced by the album’s first single, “Mary Was the Marrying Kind,” the story of the one who got away. The dreamy and spell-binding song is the true story of one of Kip’s friends, who returned to his hometown after about six years and saw the once tall, lanky girl who had since come into her own and become a model.
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