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Kip Moore and Tony Hawk joined forces for Music City Skate Jam, a day of music and skateboarding at Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame Park.
“My travels re-centered me into what I’ve known is important in this life and that I need balance,” Moore explained to SLN in our exclusive chat.
With an album this good, Moore’s fans will surely be singing along loudly.
Sounds Like Nashville has your chance to win a four-pack of tickets to Kip Moore and Tony Hawk’s family-friendly skate event.
“The whole thing is about God being with you, basically, and making you remember why you fell in love with music—not losing faith and believing,” said Moore.
The two plan to ‘ollie’ up a fun time for all with skate demos from Hawk himself and a few performances from Moore and some of his country music pals like Jordan Davis and Dee Jay Silver.
Country stars shared their thoughts on the protests and violence that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend.
The tour kicks off just weeks after Moore releases his third studio album, Slowheart.
This month, we spoke with songwriter Luke Dick, who has penned songs for Eric Church, Kip Moore and Miranda Lambert.
Moore announced that he’s been working hard on his third studio record, SLOWHEART, and it’s time to let the fans and critics have a piece of one of the richest and most personal albums of the country star’s career.
Looking out onto a sea of gold, Atkins and co. felt inspired by the Predators fans’ spirit to give their voices back to encouraging music education.
UMG will host a number of intimate performances from some of the biggest country artists as well as premiering special concert films on a 360⁰ projection screen underneath the 70-foot ceiling.
“It’s like you can come across somebody and you can always have that small talk and whatever, but I freaking love the dude now, man,” Moore said.
The festival runs September 1-3 at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach, Florida.
After driving several hours to see Kip Moore & missing his set, fans were treated to a private show from the “More Girls Like You” singer.
Throughout the three years that the benefit show has been put on, The Peach Pickers have helped raise more than $150,000 to put toward programs that reach out to many individuals about the power of music.
What happens in Vegas, usually ends up on Facebook… or in this case, YouTube!
Go behind-the-scenes of Westwood One/Cumulus Radio Row, where artists like Dan + Shay and Jake Owen spend time talking to stations from around the country.