June 16, 2014, NASH Magazine – Somethin’ ’Bout Kip Moore

Kip Moore likes to get the party started and enjoys having a good time. But he’s hoping that fans don’t prejudge his new single, “Dirt Road,” as another in the line of Southern-based anthems.

“I did have my worries about are people going to think that’s all the song’s about,” Kip says in this issue’s NASH cover story. “But if you give it a chance and listen to it, you see that it’s not.” Kip also talks about his new home in Nashville, which definitely a step up from his previous residence.

Also, in the NASH Q&A, Jerrod Niemann reveals his least favorite chore and his favorite board game as a kid.

Check out the special 16-page NASH Magazine bonus insert inside the June 9 issue of Country Weekly.

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