VIDEO: Kip Moore – Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck (Acoustic)

Kip Moore.

Kip Moore is getting ready for one of the biggest years of his career so far. He’ll be releasing his debut album “Up All Night” on April 24th. His lead-off single “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck” is already a top 20 hit for the singer-songwriter. Now he’ll be taking off on a tour with Billy Currington and David Nail across North America. The tour kicks off March 23rd in Dothan, AL, at the Toadlick Music Festival, but for those fans who can’t wait, Kip released an acoustic video of his single to Youtube. Check out that video below.

The single is the first from his upcoming album, which Kip is pretty excited about, as he explains which song is his favorite and why he named the album after it:

“Being up all night in the studio and listening to records and writing until three or four in the morning are the times when you are completely alone and vulnerable,” he says. “I am a lot more honest when I am alone in those times.”S

See the full list of tour dates with Billy Currington below the video. In addition to that tour, he’s partnering up with Red Bull for multiple appearances as part of the “Spring Break Bash” in Panama City Beach, Florida – which includes Wal-Mart in-store appearances and live shows.

 

Mar 23 – Dothan AL, Toadlick Music Festival
Mar 24 – Biloxi MS, Hard Rock Live
Apr 12 – Catoosa OK, The Joint
Apr 13 – San Antonio TX, Cowboy’s Dance Hall
Apr 19 – Glens Falls NY, Civic Center
Apr 20 – Kingston ON, K-Rock Centre
Apr 21 – Orillia ON – Casino Rama
Apr 26 – Salem VA, Salem Civic Center
Apr 27 – Huntington WV, Big Sandy Arena
Apr 28 – Knoxville TN, Civic Auditorium
May 03 – Lowell MA, Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
May 04 – Wallingford CT, Oakdale Theatre
May 05 – Atlantic City NJ, Mark G. Etess Arena
May 12 – St. Louis MO, The Pageant
May 18 – Charlotte NC, Uptown Ampitheatre
May 19 – Rome GA, Rome River Jam

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