Friday will be a big day for Kip Moore fans in Missoula, as his new album drops AND you'll have a chance to win tickets to see him this summer at the Kettlehouse Amphitheater.

Kip has always been a Missoula favorite since he first broke out on the country music scene just over a decade ago. And his Montana fans will be anxious to hear what he's been up to when his new album "Damn Love", finally becomes available this week.

Tickets went on sale last week from Logjam Presents to see Kip in the perfect setting at the Kettlehouse Amphitheater, Friday, August 4th.

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But if you haven't been able to snag a pair, or would like to have some friends join you at the show, I'll have you covered Friday morning when we give away multiple pairs of tickets to see Kip on stage on the "banks of the Blackfoot." Just be listening for your cue to call during "Daybreak with Dennis" sometime between 6:30 and 8:30 and we'll see if we can't hook you up.

I finally got a chance to see Kip in person when he was in the Adams Center a few years ago, and his shows are not only filled with hits, but he's a free spirit with all of his selections. At times he fits right in with all the hits of the past decades, but he isn't afraid to branch out with a sound that leans more toward classic southern rock at times. In fact, I've often thought of him as the "country Bryan Adams", especially when he leans into a ballad.

I think he's always been a Missoula favorite because his first trip to town hit right when he was on top of the charts in 2013 with one of the best country ballads of the last decade, "Hey Pretty Girl". His double-platinum "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" had got him rolling just the year before, and "Beer Money" and "Pretty Girl" marked an amazing launch.

The new album is his first in three years.

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