Kip Moore's 'Dirt Road' video address his own doubts growing up in a Southern Baptist church, juxtaposed against the visuals of what Moore views heaven -- at least on Earth -- to be like, complete with a pretty girl, beer, and a dirt road.
Kip Moore refuses to sit quietly while scalpers sell his tickets, and in his opinion, take advantage of the working men and women who attend his shows. After another never-ending Twitter argument with ESPN radio host Jeff Thurn over the weekend, the country singer has agreed to have a real debate -- on air.
Strap on your helmets and put on your dancing shoes! Dierks Bentley's ninth annual Miles & Music for Kids is going to be filled with roaring motorcycles and popular country stars like Kip Moore, Chris Young.
Kip Moore says his new single 'Dirt Road' is the song that should have been released as the first single from his upcoming album. That's not sour grapes, or a jab at his record label. The Georgia-born singer says it was a collective decision to go with 'Young Love,' but in hindsight the new song -- currently nearing the Top 40 -- is more representative of his new studio album.
Kip Moore is right when he says his new single ‘Dirt Road’ will raise a few eyebrows, it may just take awhile. Lyrically the new song is country’s Mariana Trench hiding behind familiar references to beer, moonlight and backseat romance.
The trash talk has begun. Tim McGraw is known for his music and the way he makes a basketball hoop sing before shows. Kip Moore had a basketball scholarship at Wallace State College in Alabama. The two men start touring together next Friday in Fresno, Calif. You can see where this is headed.
Kip Moore was recently asked why he chose to light up a cigarette in his latest video for "Young Love." I guess there are those who believe that it sets a bad example for young people.
Kip said, "My whole deal with doing that in the video was, when I was a teenager I would smoke from time to time. It was supposed to be everything how I did it back then." So basically, he's just keeping it real.
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