Kip Moore Helps Honor Smokey Robinson


Kip Moore was in Washington, DC earlier this week to help honor musical legend Smokey Robinson, who was awarded the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

Kip was one of many artists who performed Smokey songs at the ceremony, which took place at DAR Constitution Hall, with the ceremony set to air on PBS February 10th.

Kip treated the crowd to a countrified version of the Smokey classic “I Second That Emotion,” while other performances included CeeLo Green singing “The Way You Do The Things You Do,” and Gallantand JoJo performing “Cruisin’.” Smokey himself took the stage to perform the Gershwins’ “Love Is Here To Stay,” as well as his classic “Being With You,” with the whole ensemble joining him for “My Girl.”

Source: Billboard

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