Kip Moore, Jordan Davis & More Join Monday’s KIX Live!

9 March 2023 | 10:38 am | Staff Writer

Tune in this Monday from 7pm!

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On Monday, March 13 at 7pm, KIX Live will feature interviews with Kip Moore and Jordan Davis plus performances from The Wolfe Brothers, Hailey Whitters, Blake O'Connor and Brittany Maggs.


Kip Moore

The genre-blending songsmith has a history of entrancing audiences with sold-out headlining shows in around the world all slated for 2023. Moore’s fifth studio album, Damn Love, will drop on April 28. With over 13 new tracks co-produced by Moore and Jaren Johnston, emotionally raw and thick with epiphany, Moore explores an internal tug of war and puts it simply enough: Damn Love. 

He will return to Australia in March headlining CMC Rocks QLD and playing sold out shows at John Cain Arena in Melbourne, Hordern Pavilion in Sydney.

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Jordan Davis

The multi-Platinum MCA Nashville hitmaker recently released his new full-length album, Bluebird Days, featuring fan favourites Next Thing You Know, Midnight Crisis featuring Danielle Bradbery, Part of It and What My World Spins Around as well as the hit single Buy Dirt (with Luke Bryan), which earned Davis his first ‘Song of the Year’ win at the 2022 CMA Awards. 

Bluebird Days follows his debut album Home State (2018) and EPs – self titled (2020) and Buy Dirt (2021). Davis will be touring Australia for the first time in March for CMC Rocks.

The Wolfe Brothers

The Wolfe Brothers burst onto the music scene when they competed on Australia’s Got Talent in 2012. They were invited to open and back Lee Kernaghan on his Beautiful Noise Tour, releasing their debut studio album It’s On that same year. 

Albums Nothin’ But Trouble (2014), Live At CMC Rocks QLD (2015), This Crazy Life (2016), Country Heart (2018) and Kids On Cassette (2021) followed. The latter three were all ARIA Award nominated for ‘Best Country Album’. They have earned themselves a solid reputation for their catchy singles and dynamic live shows, while constantly pushing the envelope with their songwriting and delighting fans with their honest approach.

Hailey Whitters

Iowa-born, Nashville-based rising country star, Hailey Whitters, returned to her roots with the release of her third studio album Raised, which was inspired by her Midwestern hometown and the formative years she spent there. 

Accumulating over 100 million streams across her catalogue, her latest single Plain Jane gives a very clear picture of Whitters and who she is. Last year, she joined Jon Pardi on his Ain’t Always The Cowboy tour alongside Lainey Wilson.

Blake O'Connor

Blake O’Connor’s rise as a country music star has been nothing if not prolific. After taking out the top spot at the prestigious Toyota Star Maker competition in 2019 at just 18 years of age, he went on to release his ARIA #1 debut album, Everything I Feel

His breath-taking talent was then recognised with a Golden Guitar award for ‘New Talent of the Year’ in 2020. He’ll release his sophomore album Finding Light this Friday, March 10 before hitting the road for a string of show dates in March/April.

Brittany Maggs

A country girl at heart, the emerging country singer-songwriter grew up in Sydney’s North West and loves spending time on the family property with her horses. After spending four years in Los Angeles developing her sound, Maggs decided it was time to come home to Sydney, where she has since been working on her original music. 

In 2022, she performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and opened for the McAlister Kemp Tour. She has gained an impressive following on social media, boasting more than 40 million views on YouTube and more than 380,000 fans on TikTok.