You want to know how old I am? I’ll explain it this way…
When I was a kid (somewhere in the neighborhood of 7 years old), my dad would take me to the library to rent CDs. Yeah, all you college kids heard that correctly, I would go to the public library to RENT CD’s. Back then if you bought one, a popular release would run you about $25 bucks. Napster wasn’t a thing yet, KaZaA and Limewire weren’t around yet, Spotify sure as shit wasn’t a thing, and I didn’t have the money to buy a new CD every week. I went to the library A LOT.
And for some reason, my public library had a shit-load of Oasis CDs, so I became a pretty big fan.
These days I pretty much hate Oasis. My college roommate was English and played Oasis 24/7… literally. All hours of the day and night, it was non-stop Oasis. For quite a few years, he absolutely ruined them for me… up until recently.
Anyways, let’s get to the real point of this blog…
A few years back Kip Moore was across the pond for the UK’s C2C Festival, and no matter what city you’re in, if you’re going to do a few covers, you always want to give them a hometown favorite. Eric Church does a great job of this as well.
But Kip hit ’em with the 1996 classic, “Don’t Look Back In Anger,” and with just an acoustic guitar, he absolutely knocked it out of the park.