Singer/songwriter and MCA Nashville recording artist Kip Moore unleashed his major label debut Up All Night in 2012. When the casual, baseball cap-clad country crooner takes the stage for arena shows and theater concerts nowadays he belts out fan favorites like “Beer Money”, “Something ‘Bout a Truck”, and “Hey Pretty Girl”. Moore made his way to country music via blue-collar rock, listening to icons like Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, and Tom Petty as he rode around rural Georgia with his father. After college and before he started headlining gigs and selling tickets, the Southern musician spent six months living it up in a beachside Hawaiian hut with just a surfboard, a guitar, and a good friend – eventually making his way to Nashville and jumping into the songwriting scene. Since then Moore has spent time on tour with Billy Currington and David Nail and penned songs for country duo Thompson Square. He continues crafting tunes lyrically influenced by his small-town roots with fellow songwriters Dan Couch, Scott Steppakoff, Westin Davis, and Kiefer Thompson.