Somethin’ ’Bout Kip Moore

Kip Moore celebrated his first No. 1 single, the two-week Billboard Country Songs chart-topper “Something’ ‘Bout A Truck,” with a roof-top party at performing rights organization BMI’s Nashville offices. Prior to the party, Kip revealed there has been a growing number of red sundresses he’s seen at his concerts. “It’s become a lot bigger way than I thought it would,” Kip told CountryWeekly.com. “[We played] in Portland, [Ore.], and I couldn’t even count the number of red sundresses in the crowd. Hundreds. It’s a cool thing that people are going out and buying something particular for your show.”

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