The MCA Nashville recording artist makes a stop in the “D” to rock Motor City fans at a local street festival.
Kip Moore is riding high on the release of his new album, Wild Ones, last month. The album has peaked at #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums, #4 on the Billboard Top 200, and #5 on the Billboard Canadian Albums charts.
Moore is not just a solo act. He comes with a full band of talented musicians giving him the big concert sound. Such is the case in Detroit as they take the stage at the Arts, Beats, & Eats festival in the northern suburb of Royal Oak.
The band opens with the title-track from Wild Ones. “Wild Ones” is a comfortable song, one of comradery and a feel-good vibe; the kind you have meeting old friends after a long absence. The festival crowd quickly responds, fired up and ready for more.
Moore follows the opener with “Crazy One More Time,” the upbeat romantic ballad from of Up All Night. The song floods out over the crowd, his soulful and slightly raspy voice soothing all until the last chord is struck.
As the band launches into “Beer Money,” the crowd goes wild. They danced, waved their hands in the air, and sang together with Kip.
“Reckless” is another notable song from Moore’s set. Across the crowd, you can see many fans with their drinks held up high. The vibe continues through a few more tracks as Moore engages fans, connecting with them in a personal way.
With fans not wanting to end this memorable show, Kip Moore finally closes the night with fan favorites, “Flying Againâ€ and “Somethin Bout A Truck.”
Kip Moore is a fantastic performer. His whole band is solid, each of members meshing together seamlessly. Moore and team finish a memorable performance on this late summer evening in Royal Oak. The vibe in the crowd is nothing but love for the Kip Moore band. The “D” has welcomed him and looks forward to his return.