Article Contributed by THE GREENROOM | Published on Monday, February 15, 2021

Multi-PLATINUM singer/ songwriter Kip Moore released his enhanced record WILD WORLD DELUXE on Friday and to celebrate he took his fans to the The Ryman in Nashville, TN both in person as part of a sold-out socially distanced show, as well as virtually via a global livestream. Moore kept fans on their toes during his 26-song set that featured songs and insight into each of his four studio albums to date, performed chronologically through the evening. Once Moore reached his most recent record WILD WORLD, he upped the ante inviting friend and four-time GRAMMY nominee Ashley McBryde to the stage for an unforgettable collaboration on “Janie Blu.” The show also benefitted ACM Lifting Lives, with $1 from every ticket sold being donated to the cause. 

WILD WORLD DELUXE offers fans four new tracks, totaling 17 songs on the collection that enhances Moore’s already-heralded fourth studio album released in May 2020. Ahead of its release, Moore gave fans a taste of the new songs releasing the "brawny, energizing anthem” “Don’t Go Changing” (Rolling Stone) and “How High” praised by Billboard as a "sexy, catchy track that captures Moore’s trademark intense gruffness.

Kip Moore | Ryman Auditorium

Multi-PLATINUM singer/ songwriter Kip Moore has toured the world headlining his own shows, earning acclaim and a rabid fanbase as an all-in performer in each setting, wrapping 40 sold-out headlining shows in The U.S, The U.K. and Canada at the beginning of 2020. Praised by Noisey as “an uncompromising, genre-defying artist firing on all cylinders” Moore has blazed his own trail. Moore's revered fourth studio album WILD WORLD spawned his recent Top 15 single “She’s Mine." The current CMA “International Artist Achievement Award” nominee first splashed into the mainstream with the double-PLATINUM No.One “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck” in 2012, then followed up with three more best selling No. Ones (“Hey Pretty Girl,” “Beer Money” and “More Girls Like You”), a trio of ambitious, critically-praised albums and two gritty EPs that landed Moore on multiple “Best Of” lists. For more information visit