Country Artist Enjoys Some Time in Bozeman
You never know who you might run into when you're in Bozeman or even walking the trail. Kip Moore shared Wednesday on Instagram that he is in Bozeman with a beautiful picture of downtown with a view of the Baxter Hotel.
Later on Wednesday, he shared pictures of some beautiful Montana scenery. See pictures below of his visit of Bozeman and be sure to keep an eye out for him.
Kip Moore is a regular when it comes to summer concerts in the state, making appearances at Headwaters Country Jam, The Pub Station in Billings, and the Wilma in Missoula. A couple of years ago when visiting Montana he and the band were hungry for a home-cooked meal. He asked his followers on social media for someone to host the band for a house concert in exchange for a nice meal. See a picture of the fun below.
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Derek & Ash u rock! Dawn thank u for letting us in your home. We had a blast. #montanahomecookin
Kip Moore has even referenced Montana in the first line of "More Girls Like You" stating:
Well, I've been living like a wild old mustang
Out in Montana fields"
Kip Moore was born in Georgia and is known for his hit songs "Something Bout a Truck," "Beer Money," "More Girls Like You," "Hey Pretty Girl," and "Last Shot." His current single, "She's Mine" was actually written 10 years ago and when talking about the song Kip Moore told Rolling Stone
I was talking about my life in south Georgia and how I never felt I was going to end up there. And how once I was seeing the world, everything was coming at me and everything was unpredictable, and there was no telling whom I would end up with. When I got back home that week, I was writing with Dan Couch and Scott Stepakoff, and I started playing the guitar riff. We tried to record it for the Wild Ones record, but we didn’t feel like we captured the essence of the song. It’s just one of those that has always lingered.