Kip Moore Wows Hilton HHonors Members At Nashville Show


When they say it pays to be a member, the Hilton HHonors program easily falls into that category. In addition to offering members discounted or free travel perks, the program allows its members to bid on exciting experiences like their 2016 Concert Series. The program brought their most recent show to Nashville’s DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, getting nearly 700 members up close and personal with country singer Kip Moore. IMG_3252

Prior to the show, the lucky attendees were treated to dinner and drinks as they mingled in the hotel’s lounge areas. A local band played an array of country covers, helping set the mood for a fun night of music. The program is free to enroll in and absolutely takes great efforts to reward its members – find out more on signing up here.

Kicking off the night was the incredibly talented Kelleigh Bannen. The singer-songwriter performed a fun set alongside her guitarist, playing original tunes like current single “Cheap Sunglasses” and “All Good Things”. The songs were a hit with the crowd who responded favorably to Bannen’s fun personality and sense of humor. Named as one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, this powerhouse is one to watch – find out more about her by visiting her website.


While some in the crowd may have just used their Hilton HHonors points to attend a fun evening out, it was very apparent that Kip Moore had lots of fans in the crowd, well before he hit the stage. The roar of the crowd as Moore stepped onstage competed with the music coming from his bandmates and the noise level stayed high throughout the show. Many of Moore’s hits from current album Wild Ones filled the setlist and the crowd was happy to help sing along. The title track brought the energy level up another notch, as did “I’m To Blame”, while more mellow tunes like “Hearts Desire” & “Running For You” had the room enthralled in Moore’s voice and lyrics.



Older hits like “Beer Money” and “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck” were huge fan favorites, as well, but Moore’s performance of “Hey Pretty Girl” was definitely a standout. His incredible voice just gives his songs a life of their own and with a stunning light show during that song, it was certainly something to see. Closing the show out with “That Was Us”, Moore did what he always does and left the crowd not ready to call it a night. He is without a doubt an artist that brings it all to the table – talent, entertainment value and integrity. Moore shines as a headliner and fans are in luck as he’s set to kick off his 2016 headlining Me and My Kind Tour with opener Jon Pardi later this month. Find a tour date near you here and get ready for a night you won’t soon forget.



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