On-Air Now
On-Air Now
Coming Up Next
Coming Up Next
Listen Live

Kip Moore has announced his departure from MCA Nashville, his label home for more than a decade.

Moore revealed his decision and future plans in a post on Instagram, saying, “I’ve been extremely grateful for the opportunity to make records on a label like MCA over the last 10 plus years. They’ve been such a top notch team and I’ve been so lucky to have had the freedom through the years to do it my way.”

“Promo team.I can’t say enough about the rock stars each one of you are. You work tirelessly and you don’t get thanked enough. I almost stayed because of that bond alone. Luke, Mike, Cindy.thank you for everything. Forever grateful. Brian & good hair Joe thank you. All the staff behind the scenes.digital, marketing, video, Sarah (Obama).. I appreciate all you do and did. I’m not sure where I’ll end up (currently having those discussions & entertaining new deals),” he added.

Moore also revealed that he is going to record what would be his sixth studio album, his first independent album in his career.

The announcement was followed by another post showing Moore in the recording studio.

The country music singer and songwriter released his debut single, “Mary Was the Marrying Kind,” and debut album, Up All Night, under MCA Records.

Moore also disclosed that he will be touring Australia and New Zealand this fall as part of his Nomad World Tour.

Music News Service distributed by Frankly Media. Copyright(c) 2024 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved