Kip Moore Announces ROOM TO SPARE: THE ACOUSTIC SESSIONS EP - Available 11/16

Kip announced he will release ROOM TO SPARE: THE ACOUSTIC SESSIONS EP on November 16. Driven by a promise to fans to share an acoustic EP, Moore shared further insight into the project exclusively with American Songwriter today, including the creative process that went in to the seven-song collection and
co-writing five of the tracks. Fans can pre-order the upcoming release starting today here.

Audiences across the country will also be able to experience the new tracks live this fall as Moore also revealed a limited Room To Spare: Acoustic Tour kicking off in Milwaukee, WI on 11/29 and stopping in Des Moines, IA (11/30), Emporia, KS (12/1), and Akron, OH (12/8), inviting special guests Charlie Worsham and Jillian Jacqueline to join him on the special stint. Tickets will go on sale Friday, Oct. 19 at 10am local time here.  Moore is currently out on the road proving why he is "one of country music’s most tireless and powerful live draws” (Rolling Stone), as he headlines his stacked AFTER THE SUNBURN TOUR. 

ROOM TO SPARE: THE ACOUSTIC SESSIONS showcases Moore’s signature sound in a stripped-down setting, as his gritty vocals resonate through each track. The collection opens with an acoustic spin on fan-favorite and live-show staple “Plead The Fifth,” and keeps the momentum going with the hook-driven “Tennessee Boy.”  The longing and reflective “It Ain’t California,” offers another stand-out moment and also sees Moore collaborate with upcoming tourmate Charlie Worsham, who has co-writer and studio credits throughout the release.   


1. Plead The Fifth (Acoustic Version)
(Luke Dick, Josh Kear)

2. Tennessee Boy
(Kip Moore, Dan Couch) 

3. Love You To The Moon
(Charlie Worsham, Natalie Hemby, Luke Dick)

4. It Ain’t California
(Kip Moore, Charlie Worsham, Jon Mabe)

5. Wish It Was Me
(Kip Moore, Adam Browder, Scott Stepakoff, Dan Couch)    

6. Come Home With You
(Kip Moore, Troy Verges, Blair Daly) 

7. Part Of Growing Up
(Kip Moore, Josh Miller, Andrew DeRoberts)

Kip Moore’s current Top 20 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.” “SLOWHEART,” garnered instant praise from critics as Moore’s “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 heralded as “an impressively singular release from Music Row” by The Guardian 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

**Physical EP only available at and at Moore’s Room To Spare: Acoustic Tour shows. When you pre-order at, the first 250 purchasers of the EP Fan Package will get their EP autographed. Preorders also include presale ticket access to those upcoming dates.



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Amanda_Gardner's picture

I am trying to buy tickets for the acoustic tour in pa are the vIP already sold out?

bcash1216's picture

Cool - happy I wasn't the only one. I was checking Junk mail, etc. and saw nothing, as well, for a Richmond, VA show. BTW, anyone going to this show and never been to The National - great, historical venue!'s picture

Just got an email, one week after release date, that my Pre-order from October 12, stating utvhas a DHL Ground trk#. But when I went to DHL site, no tracking and Ground is 8 business days. I am pissed!! 

andiesawyers's picture

Same thing. Ordered EP and LP and haven't seen either yet. Just worth mentioning that my experience in pre orders with other artists, the actual package with music arrives the release date. Otherwise, most of the time there is no point in pre-ordering if it arrives so far past the actual physical release date. It does no good to email customer service. I always just receive a non-human automated response. I am seeing him at the show on Saturday night, maybe I can ask for my album then! :)