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Kip Moore is responsible for some great country songs and some great country song titles. There's "Something 'Bout A Truck," "Mary Was the Marrying Kind," and the classic "Beer Money." If those don't scream country music then nothing does. Then again, Kip Moore screams country music. Well, he sings country music and does so quite well.
The Georgian-born cowboy uses his distinct weathered-voice to croon about real life experiences that resonate with his audience. That's why his debut studio album, Up All Night, went to number three on the country album charts and number six on the Billboard 200. It's why "Somethin' Bout a Truck" went to number one. It's why Moore was nominated for the 2012 American Country Award for New Artist of the Year. And it's why every country music fan wants Kip Moore tickets.
Moore was born in Tifton, Georgia in 1980 and attended college in Alabama. After graduation he spent some time in Hawaii surfing and hanging out. In 2004, he moved to Nashville to start his country music career.