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Moore extends acoustic tour

Monday, December 10, 2018 – Kip Moore announced the extension of his Room to Spare: Acoustic Tour.

The dates start in Chicago on Marcy 7 and conclude with a show in London on May 30. The new dates follow a limited fall run. Charlie Worsham and vocal duo, Muscadine Bloodline are set to join Moore on select dates next year.

Tour dates are:
March 7 Chicago, IL - Copernicus Center**
March 8 Carmel, IN - The Palladium**
March 9 Bowling Green, KY - SKYPAC**
March 14 Minneapolis, MN - The State Theatre*
March 15 Ottumwa, IA - Bridge View Events Center*
March 16 Springfield, MO - Gillioz Theatre*
March 21 Morgantown, WV - The Metropolitan Theatre**
March 22 Athens, OH - Memorial Auditorium**
March 23 Richmond, VA - The National**
March 28 Sacramento, CA - Crest Theatre**
March 29 Santa Rosa, CA - Luther Burbank Center for the Arts**
March 30 Hanford, CA - Fox Theatre**
April 18 Moncton, NB - Capitol Theater 4 Halifax, NS - Casino Nova Scotia
April 20 Charlottetown, PEI - Confederation Centre of the Arts
April 25 Atlanta, GA - The Buckhead Theatre**
April 26 Macon, GA - The Grand Opera House**
April 27 McMinnville, TN - Cumberland Caverns**
May 2 Boston, MA - Wilbur Theatre**
May 3 New Brunswick, NJ - State Theatre**
May 4 Burlington, VT - Flynn Center**
May 9 Ridgefield, CT - Ridgefield Playhouse**
May 10 Portland, ME - The State Theatre**
May 11 Glenside, PA - Keswick Theatre**
May 26 Manchester, UK - Academy 2
May 27 Glasgow, UK - Fruitmarket
May 29 Birmingham, UK - Town Hall
May 30 London, UK - Cadogan Hall
* Dates with Charlie Worsham
** Dates with Muscadine Bloodline

Tickets go on sale on Friday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. local time,

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Slowheart CD review - Slowheart
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Underground CD review - Underground
Claiming to have too many songs to choose from, Kip Moore's solution to his surplus was to release "Underground," an EP. "Everywhere we go the fans keep asking for the recordings of these underground songs that they've been hearing for the last few years," he said. "They're a passionate fan base so I decided to ask my label if I could record these songs live and give them the raw recordings." Moore co-wrote all five tracks, which include two studio »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
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