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Kip Moore at The Bowery Ballroom in New York City

When most people think New York City the last thing that comes to their
mind is country. But dont underestimate New York and their country
lovers.. Kip Moore had a sold out show at the Bowery Ballroom. He opened
the show with “Crazy One More Time” and “Beer Money” which got the
crowd started for a great night! The highlight of this show for me and
I’m sure the rest of the fans was when he introduced a song saying he
had wrote it the night before in a very short amount of time. The song
was titled “New York City” so naturally the fans automatically
connected. Playing this song acoustically and writing it the night
before really displayed the raw talent Kip Moore possesses. The lyrics
were emotionally on target and you
can see the emotion in him as he sang this song. It was definitely a
defining moment at this particular concert! He also sang recently
written songs “Baby Break My Heart”, “Where the Party At?” and “Good
Time Girl”. If ya wanna hear ’em, you better catch one of his shows
because you’re missing out! The whole night was one hell of a time! He
closed with his never gonna get old tune “Somethin ‘Bout A Truck” and
then came back on to perform “Faith When I Fall” which he so cleverly
collaborated into Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin” leaving his NYC fans happy
and impressed! There’s really no way to describe his live performances,
you have to experience them for yourself. His covers of songs will make
you never want to hear the originals again, his writing is
inspirational and his crazy amount of energy is instantly contagious!

 These pictures are from The Bowery Ballroom in New York City on August 3, 2012

Photos and Review by  Krystil Reyes

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