In addition to releasing new music, Moore is also going out on tour!
Moore shared a new song with fans, asking them to not record the tune, to which they happily obliged.
Get to know the songwriter and producer behind Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha’s “Meant to Be,” Kip Moore’s “More Girls Like You” and Carrie Underwood’s “Love Wins.”
“He’s got such a great camp. It’s gonna be good to see those guys,” said Davis.
Kip Moore, Bobby Bones and Ricky Skaggs join as presenters.
Who’s ready for a hike?
Songwriter Blair Daly has penned songs for Kip Moore (“Beer Money”), Rascal Flatts (“Stand”), and many more. Here’s his story…
Get ready for a hot winter season!
“It was truly a joyful experience to be a part of,” Moore told Sounds Like Nashville.
From staying hydrated to wearing the right kind of airy clothing, country stars know just the rules to stick to when it comes to getting through a weekend of concerts.
North Florida’s largest country music festival is back!
Kip Moore has grown an extensive fan base in both the U.S. and beyond, as documented by his recent sold-out tour in Australia.
Tour bonding means backstage lip-synching videos with fellow artists.
Sydney will get to hang out with Moore backstage before his ACM Party for a Cause show on Friday night out in Vegas.
The 6th annual ACM Party for a Cause event will feature performances from more than 40 artists, including Kip Moore, Jon Pardi and others.
“I feel so blessed that I get to do this, it’s an overwhelming feeling sometimes,” said Moore.
Kip Moore isn’t quite done with his Plead the Fifth Tour as the singer has extended the trek into 2018 with a slew of new dates.
Letting Moore’s song set the scene for four friends who stopped the world with their adventures and love for one another, they learn of the sad news that one of the gang is coming down to her final moments after a tough battle with what seems to be cancer in the video.
Luke Bryan has extended his What Makes You Country Tour into the fall with special guests Jon Pardi, Morgan Wallen and Carly Pearce.
From Miranda Lambert’s emotionally charged “Tin Man” to Brothers Osborne’s rambunctious “It Ain’t My Fault,” here are the best country singles of the year.