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Kip Moore's third album, Slowheart, ends with a song that looks at where he began: "Guitar Man." It's an almost six-minute ode to the delirious highs and gut-wrenching lows of a musician's existence, told through the story of a guy he spotted one night at a bar, singing for his supper. Moore delivers the LP's closing track on a stripped-down recording, done all in one take. His voice is intimate, while the lyrics trace each thrill earned from an audience that will move on and forget once the house lights come on. "Another day in the life of a guitar man," he sings. Watch the video on "More Girls Like You" and read more of this article on Rolling Stone.
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