Christie Matthews

See Kip Moore In Swim Trunks This Weekend!

See Kip Moore In Swim Trunks This Weekend!

Kip Moore fans will get the chance to learn more about the singer this weekend.  The
country star is featured in the new GAC special “Introducing: Kip Moore.”  The
show takes viewers on the journey from Kip’s early years through his recent
success in country music.  In the feature, Kip acknowledges his late father for
teaching him to love music, and he recalls how he was influenced by hearing the
music of Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger play in the car.  The
show also includes exclusive footage of Kip when he was a surfer in Hawaii, and
backstage video from his recent concerts. “Introducing: Kip Moore” will debut on
GAC Sunday night at 10:30pm.

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