Kip Moore Says “Beer Money” Describes Small Towns

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Kip Moore Says “Beer Money” Describes Small Towns

Published on December 02, 2012 by Eric 'WizKid' Odom

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Kip Moore photo by Stephen Shepherd, courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Kip Moore’s latest single, “Beer Money,” is in the Top 10 and climbing at radio. The follow up to his No. 1 hit “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck” describes how Kip grew up in the small town of Tifton, Georgia.

“It’s a signature thing for small town America and what I think small town America is,” he said. “People working the 9 to 5 jobs and saving just enough to kind of escape from those jobs for the weekend, and they’ve got to have their ‘Beer Money’ to do it. And you want to go out and blow it out and have a good time.”

Kip is currently out on the road with Eric Church’s Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour. He’s nominated for two American Country Awards and will perform live during the show which airs on Fox on December 10 at 8p|7c. Kip was also named one of the CRS 2013 New Faces of Country Music Show® performers.

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