Kip Captivates Sold-Out GRAMMY Museum Audience

Kip Moore took to the stage for a sold-out “Evening with Kip Moore at the GRAMMY Museum” on Friday night (12/14) in Los Angeles, CA. Hosted by Executive Director Scott Goldman, Moore offered insight into his career path so far and played a powerful solo acoustic set for the packed audience at the GRAMMY Museum's Clive Davis Theater.  

During the evening, Moore answered questions from the audience, and his performance included a moving rendition of his current Top 10 single “Last Shot” and the fitting “It Ain’t California” for the LA crowd, taken from his recently released ROOM TO SPARE: THE ACOUSTIC SESSIONS EP. 
 
Moore recently announced the extension of his Room To Spare: Acoustic Tour, following a sold-out run this fall. Moore will head out on a stacked tour with shows scheduled in the U.S., Canada and The U.K. Tickets to all four dates of Moore’s upcoming U.K. shows in London, Glasgow, Birmingham, and Manchester sold out within minutes of going on sale on Friday.

Kip Moore’s current single “Last Shot” is the second taken from his revered third studio album SLOWHEART and follows his fourth No. One hit “More Girls Like You.” Moore’s third studio album SLOWHEART garnered instant praise from critics as his “most complete, cohesive declaration of his artistic sensibilities yet” (NPR,) as well landing on multiple “Best Of” lists including Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, UpRoxx, Bobby Bones Show, Taste Of Country, Sounds Like Nashville, The Boot, PopMatters and Whiskey Riff. SLOWHEART follows the acclaim that surrounded Moore’s sophomore album WILD ONES and his PLATINUM debut album UP ALL NIGHT that spawned three No. One hit singles, including GOLD certified “Beer Money,” PLATINUM certified “Hey Pretty Girl,” and the DOUBLE PLATINUM breakout hit “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck.” For more information, visit kipmoore.net.


Photo credit: Courtesy of the Recording Academy™/photo by Rebecca Sapp, Getty Images © 2018 

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