• NEWS AND NOTES: Vince, Kip, David, Clare, Keith, Eric, Easton

    Vince Gill performed “Go Rest High on That Mountain” during a memorial service for golfer Arnold Palmer in Latrobe, Pennsylvania on Tuesday (October 4th). He called him his “favorite person he’d ever met.”

    Kip Moore and his bass player and bandmember Manny Medina co-wrote the song, “Drive,” that appears on popular British duo The Shires’ album, The Universe, which was released last week. The foursome wrote the song at last year’s C2C Festival.

    The inaugural Beach Town Music Festival in Vero Beach, Florida has been postponed due to Hurricane Matthew. The festival, which was scheduled for Friday (October 7th) and Saturday (October 8th), featured performances by David Nail, Clare Dunn and headliner Jake Owen.

    Keith Urban, Kip Moore, Eric Paslay and Easton Corbin are scheduled to play Country 500 festival at Dayton International Speedway over Memorial Day Weekend (May 26th – 28th, 2017).

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  • KIP MOORE PERFORMS ‘WILD ONES’ ON THE LATE SHOW.

    Watch Kip Moore perform “Wild Ones,” the title track from his latest album on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Wednesday night (August 24th).

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  • KIP MOORE WILL PERFORM ON THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT ON WEDNESDAY (August 24th).

    Kip Moore is gearing up for his headlining fall tour with a national TV performance of fan-favorite track “Wild Ones” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert tomorrow (8/24) at 10:35pm CT on CBS.  “Wild Ones” is taken from Moore’s critically-acclaimed sophomore album of the same name, that Entertainment Weekly raves “reaches for the stadium’s nosebleeds” and Huffington Post proclaims as “one heck of an album… set to produce hit after hit after hit.”
    Known as “one of country music’s most impressive headline acts” (Sounds Like Nashville), Moore recently announced dates for his headlining ME AND MY KIND TOUR kicking off on 9/29 in Houston, TX.  While Moore continues to be “met with more deafening applause” (CMT), the headlining tour will see Moore visit cities across the US and Canada through early December and includes red-hot newcomer Jon Pardi. Fans can currently catch Moore out on the road as part of Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour. Moore’s sophomore album WILD ONES, that Country Weekly declares “matches the energy of his live show,” follows Moore’s debut album UP ALL NIGHT which was certified GOLD by the RIAA and 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 and a full list of tour dates visit kipmoore.net.
  • LABOR DAY 2016 LINERS: Billy, Bros. O, Canaan, Clare, David, Darius, Church, Paslay, Jon, Kacey, Keith, Kip, LBT, Luke, Sam, TBP and more

    Audio / LINER Billy Currington (Labor Day)

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    Hey y’all! It’s Billy Currington, wishing you a very happy Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Brothers Osborne (Labor Day)

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    This is TJ, and I’m John, and we are Brothers Osborne, wishing you a happy and work-free Labor Day weekend.

    Audio / LINER Canaan Smith (Labor Day)

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    Hey! What’s up, guys? I’m Canaan Smith. Have a great and work-free Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Clare Dunn (Labor Day)

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    Hey! What’s up? This is Clare Dunn, and I hope you have a Happy Labor Day weekend.

     

    Audio / LINER Darius Rucker (Labor Day)

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    Hey! It’s Darius Rucker, and I hope you have a have a happy work-free Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER David Nail (Labor Day)

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    Hey guys! It’s David Nail, wishing  you a very happy Labor Day weekend.

    Audio / LINER Eric Church (Labor Day)

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    Hey! It’s Eric Church, and I hope you have a have a happy Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Eric Paslay (Labor Day)

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    Hey! It’s Eric Paslay, and I hope you have a happy and work-free Labor Day weekend.

    Audio / LINER Jon Pardi (Labor Day weekend)

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    Hey! It’s Jon Pardi, and I hope you have a happy and work-free Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Kacey Musgraves (Labor Day weekend)

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    Hey! It’s Kacey Musgraves, hoping you have a happy Labor Day weekend.

    Audio / LINER Keith Urban (Labor Day weekend)

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    Hi everybody! This is Keith Urban, wishing you a very happy Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Kip Moore (Labor Day)

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    Hey—what’s happening guys? This is Kip Moore, wishing you a happy and work-free Labor Day Weekend.

    Audio / LINER LBT (Labor Day)

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    Hi! We’re Little Big Town, hoping you have a work-free Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER Luke Bryan (Labor Day)

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    Hey! It’s Luke Bryan, and I hope you have a have a happy Labor Day weekend.

    Audio / LINER Sam Hunt (Labor Day)

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    Hey everybody! I’m Sam Hunt. Have a great and work-free Labor Day weekend.



    Audio / LINER TBP (Labor Day Weekend)

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    Hey everybody! We are The Band Perry, wishing you a happy and work-free Labor Day Weekend.

  • KIP MOORE BECAME A FAN OF BROTHERS OSBORNE IMMEDIATELY AFTER HEARING THEIR ALBUM.

    Kip Moore is out on the road with Miranda Lambert and her Keeper of the Flame Tour, along with Brothers Osborne, and he’s pulling for TJ and John Osborne to make their mark in country music.

    “Brothers Osborne is definitely one of my favorite new bands. There’s true musicianship in that band,” says Kip. “I’ve been a fan of theirs for quite a while, and I heard the record that’s out now long before it came out and I was just such a fan immediately. I’m definitely pulling for those guys to become big stars in the game.”

    The next stop on the Keeper of the Flame Tour is Friday (August 19th) in Hartford, Connecticut, followed by a show on Sunday (August 21st) in Bangor, Maine.

    Kip is making his way up the country charts with his latest single, “Running for You,” which is from his Wild Ones album.

    Audio / Kip Moore talks about Brothers Osborne.

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    Kip Moore (Brothers Osborne) OC: …in the game. :18
    “Brothers Osborne is definitely one of my favorite new bands. There’s true musicianship in that band. I’ve been a fan of theirs for quite a while, and I heard the record that’s out now long before it came out and I was just such a fan immediately. I’m definitely pulling for those guys to become big stars in the game.”

  • KIP MOORE’S LATEST SINGLE BRINGS SPECIAL VALIDATION DURING HIS LIVE SHOWS.

    Kip Moore is currently inside the Top 15 on the country charts with his latest hit, “Running for You,” which is featured on his Wild Ones album. Long before the song was released, he would receive a lot of positive attention when he launched into “Running for You.”

    “Audience reaction to ‘Running for You’ has been pretty special for us for a while. I’ve always believed in the song, and I think what we’re seeing every night with the way the crowd is singing it back, it’s just bringing validation to what I’ve always believed with this song.”

    Kip is currently out on the road with Miranda Lambert and Brothers Osborne on the Keeper of the Flame Tour, which runs through September 16th in Austin, Texas.

    Audio / Kip Moore talks about the crowd reaction when he plays “Running for You” live.

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    Kip Moore (Running for You on the road) OC: …this song. :13
    “Audience reaction to ‘Running for You’ has been pretty special for us for a while. I’ve always believed in the song, and I think what we’re seeing every night with the way the crowd is singing it back, it’s just bringing validation to what I’ve always believed with this song.”

     

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  • KIP MOORE OPENS NEW SKATEPARK IN CINCINNATI, OHIO.

    Kip Moore opened a new skatepark in Cincinnati, Ohio yesterday as part of his “Comeback Kid Skatepark Project.”  The Warsaw Federal Skatepark, a project of the Lower Price Hill Neighborhood Enhancement Program, features a 35-foot-by-68-foot pump track, three grind rails and a Hubba skate ledge. Kids in attendance were surprised with free skateboards, helmets, knee pads, and backpacks filled with T-shirts and socks.
    “I’m always searching for purpose in my life,” said Kip Moore.  “I battle the feeling of if I’m doing enough with the small amount of time I have on this earth each day.  I’m so blessed to get to do what I do, but I have always believed with those blessings come responsibility. Days like today give me that feeling of purpose. I get to see a direct impact in a needed community. I get to see the smiles on these kid’s faces and the positive impact it creates.  There are so many things I wanna do in the inner cities and this is just the beginning.”
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    The “Comeback Kid Skatepark Project” is the first initiative of “Kip’s Kids Fund,” a donor-advised fund through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT) focused on youth and teens.  Other skatepark locations include Nashville, TN; Boston, MA; San Marcos, TX; Annapolis, MD.  For more information and to make a donation visit here.
    A constant road warrior, Moore is currently gearing up to headline Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater next month, as part of “The Big 98’s Annual Guitar-B-Que Benefitting St. Jude” and recently revealed dates for his headlining ME AND MY KIND TOUR, which will see Moore visit cities across the US and Canada through early December and includes red-hot newcomer Jon Pardi. As Moore continues to be “met with more deafening applause” (CMT) he is currently on the road for Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour.  Hailed as a “career song” by Billboard, Moore’s current single “Running For You” continues to climb the charts and is taken from Moore’s critically acclaimed sophomore album WILD ONES, that Taste of Country deems is “tailored for his live show and the thousands of die-hard fans that pack theaters several times each week to see him,” and Huffington Post declares as “one heck of an album… set to produce hit after hit after hit.” WILD ONES follows Moore’s debut album UP ALL NIGHT which was certified GOLD by the RIAA and 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.”
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    L to R: Shawn McSpadden – Red Light Management, Ryan Daughtridge – Bustin Boards, Kip Moore, John Hunter – American Ramp Co. (ARC), Brad Turcotte – Universal Music GroupPhoto 2:
    Kip Moore at the opening of Warsaw Federal Skatepark in Cincinnati, OH

    Audio / Kip Moore says skating and surfing brings balance and peace to his life.

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    Kip Moore (skating and surfing brings balance) OC: …for people. :45
    “For me there’s something spiritual that happens with skating, surfing. The main thing for me is there’s such a community with the two sports. Whereas the other sports feel so individualized, and even though these are still individualized sports, there’s more of a community and brotherhood to these things. That was why I wanted to do it, to bring camaraderie to the community and the kids. It brings a sense of peace to me in that kind of way and ways I cannot explain. When I’m out in the water at 6 o’clock in the morning and the sun’s coming up, those are the times when I feel closest to God and where I need to be, and it brings it all back to center for me. I need those times when I’m out roaddogging it like crazy, and I think skating does the same thing for people.”


     

  • KIP MOORE MAKES TIME TO VISIT ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL.

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    Kip Moore visited St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® last week in Memphis, TN and spent time with patients as they got creative with some arts activities.  The visit comes as Moore gears up to headline Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater next month, as part of “The Big 98’s Annual Guitar-B-Que Benefitting St. Jude.” Watch highlights from Moore’s visit here.

    Moore recently revealed dates for his headlining ME AND MY KIND TOUR, which will see Moore visit cities across the US and Canada through early December and includes red-hot newcomer Jon Pardi. A constant road warrior that continues to be “met with more deafening applause” (CMT) Moore is currently on the road for Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour.  Hailed as a “career song” by Billboard, Moore’s current single “Running For You” continues to climb the charts and is taken from Moore’s critically acclaimed sophomore album WILD ONES, that Taste of Country deems is “tailored for his live show and the thousands of die-hard fans that pack theaters several times each week to see him,” and Huffington Post declares as “one heck of an album… set to produce hit after hit after hit.” WILD ONES follows Moore’s debut album UP ALL NIGHT which was certified GOLD by the RIAA and 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 and a full list of tour dates visit kipmoore.net.

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    Kip Moore with Tyler, a patient at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

    Kip Moore with patients Keandra, Alyssa and Tyler

  • FOURTH OF JULY 2016: AJ, Billy, Canaan, Darius, David, Dierks, Easton, Eric, Josh, Keith, Kip, Lady A, Luke, Sam

    Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain. The holiday is commonly associated with fireworks displays, parades, barbecues and concerts. Some of your favorite country stars take time to remember their Fourth of July traditions, memories and what the holiday really means to them.

    Audio / Alan Jackson recalls one of the coolest Fourth of July memories he’s ever enjoyed.

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    AJ (fave 4th of July memory) OC: …very cool. :58
    Well, this one is hard to beat. A couple of years ago, maybe longer than that now, I had an old boat in Florida. It’s like an old antique motor yacht, and it was kind of a cool old boat. I had taken that boat, I’ve always wanted to take it up north like to New York and up in that area, up in the northeast where it’s so pretty. So, we took the boat up there and Denise and the girls, we all went up. They like going to New York City, which I don’t really care about going to the city. So, I got to stay in my boat there at the harbor tied up, which was cool anyway. So they spent time in the city a few days and then that was Fourth of July, and we went out in the Hudson River that night and they shot the fireworks off and we were anchored out in front of the Statue of Liberty and New York City was behind us, and the Statue of Liberty and the fireworks were going off sitting on that boat. That was the coolest thing and my girls still talk about that. I mean, that was the coolest thing on Fourth of July I can ever remember. I can’t top that one probably. It was emotional sitting there watching the Statue of Liberty and thinking about all that. It was very cool.”

     

    Audio / Billy Currington talks about his favorite Fourth of July memories.

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    Billy Currington (4th of July) OC: …of my life. :16
    “My best memories would be hanging out with my mom, brother and sister on the beach on Tybee Island right off the coast of Savannah, Georgia. We’d go there every year, and we’d light our own fireworks and watch the ones that they had for us. They were the best times, some of the best times of my life.”

    Audio / Canaan Smith talks about his Fourth of July memories growing up in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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    Canaan Smith (Fireworks July Fourth) OC: …kinds of stuff. :39
    “Williamsburg, Virginia has a great fireworks display. It’s one of the best in the nation, they say or something like that. We’d go to the Governor’s Palace. They have a big lawn, and we’d sit out there and lay a blanket down. This was before I was old enough to drink, but we probably tried to sneak some in anyhow. And we’d just watch the [show], you know they’d have the grand finale, which always blew my mind ‘cause just when you thought it was over, they’d start bringing out all of the tricks and it just gets crazy. We did that on a regular basis. Other times, we’d do stuff in our own yard. We had a big yard when we were growing up with a dirt track in the back, and our neighbor’s yard was equally as big, so when you put ‘em together, we had a massive area to be destructive and do whatever we wanted. So, we blew up all kinds of stuff.”


    Audio / Darius Rucker, who headlines this year's Freedom Over Texas Fourth of July celebration in Houston, talks about what the Fourth of July means to him.

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    Darius Rucker (4th of July) 1 OC: …in the world. :24
    “The Fourth of July to me is a day to celebrate freedom. We get to travel all over the world and see a lot of stuff, and I’ve been to a lot of countries that aren’t like ours and that’s when you really appreciate the fact that you can do whatever you want. As long as you’re willing to deal with the consequences, you can do whatever you want, you know?  [I] appreciate those soldiers who died for us to be sitting here doing this, and we live in the greatest country in the world.”

    Audio / Darius Rucker enjoys setting off fireworks.

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    Darius Rucker (fireworks) OC: …off once. :15
    “Oh, I love fireworks. We had the bottle rocket fights and all that good stuff. I was the typical little crazy kid, you know. In South Carolina, it was always legal, so we shot fireworks when it was legal. We did all that sort of stuff. I almost blew my hand off once.”

    Audio / David Nail talks about where he and his friends used to watch the Fourth of July fireworks back home in Kennett, Missouri.

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    David Nail (4th of July) OC: …up front. :45
    “In Kennett, Missouri where I grew up [on] the Fourth of July, it was a race to get your car parked, so we could watch the fireworks at the airport; they did ‘em off the golf course. I wasn’t fortunate enough to be a country club kid to watch it from that side of town, so everybody else had to, you’d be riding through town at 8 o’clock, 9 o’clock in the morning and you could see lawn chairs along the side of the road by people getting their spot so they could see ‘em, even though the town’s so small you could sit in your front yard and watch ‘em. That wasn’t good enough. Everybody wanted to see ‘em up close. I can remember doing that as a kid and then as we got older, it became a little easier to get your spot, but as a kid, you wanted to get there as quickly as possible and be up front just so you could say you were up front.”

    Audio / Dierks Bentley explains why he is so patriotic.

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    Dierks Bentley (4th of July-patriotic) OC: …all the time. :17
    “I’m extremely patriotic. I love this country, and I love the history of this country. I read books on this country. I spend my time on the road traveling physically throughout the country. The soldiers and their families are constantly on my mind. We work closely with the Wounded Warriors Project. We think about this stuff all the time.”

    Audio / Easton Corbin recalls his family’s tradition on the Fourth of July.

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    Easton Corbin (Fourth of July) OC: …clown around. :28
    “Fourth of July, I remember growing up and having cookouts, and course we did the whole fireworks thing. I remember my uncle, he’d always get fireworks and bring down like from Alabama, because in Florida, you couldn’t get the bottle rockets and stuff, so he’d always go up to Alabama, ‘cause they live in Tallahassee, which was close to the [state] line. So, he would go over the line and get the good fireworks and bring ‘em down to my grandma’s for me and my cousin, and we’d just hang out all day and shoot off fireworks and clown around.”

    Audio / Eric Church recalls his family activities on the Fourth of July holiday.

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    Eric Church (4th of July) OC: …freedoms. 1:17
    “The Fourth of July for me, growing up we would always go to the lake, we didn’t live on the lake but we would all go to the lake. Had a buddy who had a pontoon and we would always get on the pontoon and you go out and you’d tie all the pontoons together and just have a big time. This was before, I was younger then, the adults were having more fun than we were, you know it was just to go swim in the water and shoot off fireworks. Basically, water tailgating is what it was. And then as we got older, same thing…we would just, us younger kids had our own boat and we had as much fun as the adults.”

    Audio / Josh Turner, who will perform during the Independence Day Celebration in Shreveport, Louisiana, Turner talks about the fireworks “wars” his family would have when he was growing up.

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    Josh Turner (fireworks) OC: …of money. [laughs] :20
    “Yeah, we had fireworks around, especially my Daddy’s family. All the individual families had a lot of competition with each other and tried to outdo each other to try to see who had the biggest and baddest fireworks and all that. [laughs] My daddy, I think, was the smartest one. He just went out and bought maybe $25 worth of fireworks and let everybody else put on the big show, so he saved a lot of money.” [laughs]

    Audio / Keith Urban defines patriotism.

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    Keith Urban (patriotism) OC: …the unity. :24
    “It’s common, shared beliefs and identity. And I think at its core, it’s an incredibly strengthening, vital thing for our people to have, and it’s particularly gratifying in the midst of so much separating of ideas that it can get fractious. And it’s kind of nice that a sense of patriotism can remind everybody of the unity.”

    Audio / Kip Moore says he’s very proud of the U.S. military and can’t imagine having to do what they do to protect the United States.

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    Kip Moore (Fourth of July-soldiers) OC: …every day. :32
    “I’m a very, very patriotic person, proud of the country that I live in, and I’m very proud of what those guys do for us each and every day, and I don’t take it for granted one bit. My grandparents were in the military, fought wars, and I’ve seen the battle that they go through, just the horror of remember things. When I start to think that I’m half-way tough, I realize how I’m not one bit when I talk to soldiers when I’m out and realize the things that they go through. I can’t imagine facing what those guys face every day.”

    Audio / Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott talks about her favorite Fourth of July memories.

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    Lady A (4th of July-Hillary) OC: …on my hand. :29
    “For many, many years in a row, we would be up at the lake for Fourth of July, and having those memories of being on the boat and going tubing and skiing and enjoying being out in the summertime, great weather on the water. But, then for me, Fourth of July was when [husband] Chris [Tyrell] proposed. So, I got proposed to on July 2nd up at the lake, the same lake I grew up going to, and so that’s probably the biggest highlight of Fourth of July to me – getting a rock on my hand.”

    Audio / Luke Bryan recalls one of his favorite Fourth of July memories.

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    Luke Bryan (4th of July memories) OC: …we used to. :21
    “Some of my favorite Fourth of July memories were spent on Lake Blackshear down in Georgia with my family. I was always kind of in charge of driving home from Tennessee and picking up all the fireworks and my nieces and nephews always got excited when I rolled in because they knew I had all the fireworks. But, it was always a great memory, and I miss not getting to do that as much as we used to.”

    Audio / Luke Bryan explains his definition of what it means to be an American.

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    Luke Bryan (American) OC: …we want. :17
    “I think the definition of an American is somebody who stands up during the ‘Pledge of Allegiance’ and stands up when ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ is being sung and just appreciates what all the fallen heroes and soldiers have done to keep us living in a country that’s free where we have the right to do anything we want.”

    Audio / Sam Hunt talks about what he and his family did over the Fourth of July holiday when he was growing up in Georgia.

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    Sam Hunt (Fourth of July) OC: …good time. :39
    “My granddad on the other side of my family, he would always take a lot of pride…fireworks were actually, I’m from Georgia, and most of them were illegal, I’m pretty sure, growing up. But over in Alabama, that’s where all the firework stands were, and we only had to drive 10, 15 minutes to get to the Alabama line, so we could go get a bundle of fireworks pretty easy. But he would always take a lot of pride in going and finding all the good stuff, and coming back with a  big pile. He’d have his torch out there at the end of the driveway and we’d all eat homemade ice cream and put down towels on the driveway and he’d shoot off fireworks for 30-45 minutes. Such a good time.”

     

  • KIP MOORE ANNOUNCES NEW HEADLINING TOUR.

    Kip Moore revealed dates for his headlining ME AND MY KIND TOUR today, kicking off on 9/30 in Oklahoma City, OK. A constant road warrior that continues to be “met with more deafening applause” (CMT), the tour will see Moore visit cities across the US and Canada through early December and includes red-hot newcomer Jon Pardi. Fans can watch Moore and Pardi gearing up for the tour with some role-reversal antics here. With no signs of slowing down on the road, it was also announced last week that Moore will headline Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater for The Big 98’s annual Guitar-B-Que on Aug. 10,  a live concert and guitar auction to raise fundsfor St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For a full list of tour dates and more information visit kipmoore.net.

    “Being out on the road is where me and the band feel most at home,” said Moore. “Even though we’ve been nonstop already this year with the headlining shows in The UK and the Miranda tour, it just doesn’t feel natural to slow down, our live show is when we are in our element.  I’m really looking forward to having the opportunity to test some new material that we’ve been working on out on the road and having Jon out with us too, I’m sure we’re going to get into some trouble out there.”

    ME AND MY KIND TOUR Dates: 

    9/30      Oklahoma City, OK

    10/1      Fort Worth, TX

    10/6      Kalamazoo, MI

    10/8      Toledo, MI

    10/13    Kingston, ON

    10/20    Boston, MA

    10/21    Pittsburgh, PA

    10/27    Bemidji, MN

    10/28    St. Paul, MN

    11/10    Atlanta, GA

    11/11    Birmingham, AL

    11/12    Myrtle Beach, SC

    11/17    Cedar Rapids, IA

    11/18    Peoria, IL

    11/19    Kansas City, MO

    12/1      New York, NY

    12/3      Philadelphia, PA

    12/8      Detroit, MI

    Moore recently returned from a sold-out string of headlining shows in The UK and Ireland and the singer/songwriter is currently on the road for Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour which will stop in Darien, NY (6/23) and Saratoga Springs, NY (6/24) this weekend. Hailed as a “career song” by Billboard, Moore’s current single “Running For You” continues to climb the charts and is taken from Moore’s critically acclaimed sophomore album WILD ONES, that Taste of Country deems is “tailored for his live show and the thousands of die-hard fans that pack theaters several times each week to see him,” and Huffington Post declares as “one heck of an album… set to produce hit after hit after hit.” WILD ONES follows Moore’s debut album UP ALL NIGHT which was certified GOLD by the RIAA and 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.”

    About Jon Pardi:
    California native Jon Pardi is undeniably country. His laid back, fun-loving approach towards life comes through in his music and his raucous live show, while his charisma and authenticity strike a chord with country audiences and fellow artists. Pardi recently released his sophomore album California Sunrise with its Top 10, Gold-selling lead single, “Head Over Boots.” California Sunrise is the follow-up to his highly-praised debut, Write You A Song, which features hits including the Top 10 RIAA Gold-certified single “Up All Night,” “When I’ve Been Drinkin’” “What I Can’t Put Down,” and Top 25 hit “Missin’ You Crazy.”