Kip Moore and Morgan Wade go wild at a “bucket list” concert in London
#Kip #Moore #Morgan #Wade #wild #bucket #list #concert #London Kip Moore and Morgan Wade go wild at a “bucket list” concert In London
The biggest stars of country music visited The iconic stage at The Royal Albert Hall Highways Festival for decades.
And this year, The London Country and Americana show Is back bigger and better than ever.
Artists such as Kip Moore, Morgan Wade, Jackson Dean and Stephen Wilson Jr. took to The stage and The show was packed With hits from Wade’s “Wilder Days” to Moore’s brand new single “Damn Love”.
“This Has been my all-time wishlist for 15 years, so that tells you what it means to me,” Moore, 43, told Page Six exclusive ahead of His May 20 performance.
For The ‘Somethin’ Bout A Truck’ hitmaker, The concert was a touching reminder of just how far he’d come.
“I think about how I used to live In this garage that I lived In for a while and how desperate I was for so many years to Have a chance to be heard,” he said. “I remember writing so much music In this place and my comfort at night and The thing that made me daydream was watching people perform InThe Royal Albert Hall and imagining myself playing In that room. That kind of thing just kept me going.”
Crooner, who recently released His fifth studio album “Damn Love” on April 28, said His latest record reflects His struggles With feeling like an outsider.
“I wanted people to feel a bit like outsiders InLife,” he tells us. “People can look at me and think, ‘Oh, he’s got everything.’ But I’ve always felt a bit like an outsider. I think it’s my introverted nature.”
“Although I HaveThe most extroverted job InThe world, but when I’m Not doing it, I go to The movies alone, I go to dinner alone, I go on trips around The world alone. I’m a very introvert,” he added.
Proving to be an introvert, Moore admits that “by The time he finishes His ‘Damn Love’ international tour, he’ll be ‘on His own for a month’.”
“I want it,” he shared. “When Life gives you a picture of how to do things, I want people to feel a sense of peace that you don’t Have to fit into that pattern, there are still ways to find love In your own Life. That’s what I experienced while making this record. There’s a lot of vulnerability and fear InThe things I write about on this record, but it’s also about finding peace.”
“I’ve already made a completely different record,” he revealed. “I think I’ll start working late summer. As for me, there Is a lot of mission work that I look forward to. At some point InThe future, I’ll probably take off to focus on that. But now I’m just very focused on making The best records and developing international tours.”
Singer Morgan Wade was of a similar opinion, who recently announced that her second studio album “Psychopath” will hit streaming platforms on August 25.
The album follows her debut album Reckless, released In 2021, Which topped Rolling Stone magazine’s Best Country Albums of The Year list.
“With Psycho, we did a really good job of taking Reckless to The next level without being so wildly different,” Wade told Page Six exclusively. “I’m excited, every song there Has its own sound and it’s completely different.”
Revealing that The album will feature 13 tracks, Wade says The record will paint a picture of her Life since The release of “Reckless”.
“[The album] goes into where I am InLife right now. Who Is so busy. It’s about growing up and getting older and starting to think, “Is it time to settle down?” I think you’ll see a lot of that on The album.”
For 28-year-old Wade, honoring The iconic stage at The Royal Albert Hall IsNo mean feat.