It looks like 2013 is off to a running start for Kip Moore. The singer continues to sell out shows, and at a rapid clip. His Boston show, which takes place on March 23 at the House of Blues, sold out in only 20 minutes Friday morning (Feb. 1), moving over 2,500 tickets in all. Clearly, the fans in Beantown are excited for Moore's show and gobbled up the tickets as fast as they could.

The Boston gig is just one of many sold out dates on the tour. Other sell outs included Norfolk, Va.; Raleigh, N.C.; Athens, Ga.; Nashville, Tenn.; Starkville, Miss.; and Grand Rapids, Mich.

“This year is off to a crazy start and it’s only February,” said the 'Beer Money' singer. "We have been at this awhile, just going out on the road and playing to as many people who would listen. It wasn’t much at first, but thankfully, the number of people listening seems to be getting bigger and bigger. And if you missed out on any tickets, I’m sorry…but I guarantee we’ll be back soon!”

Look how gracious he is, apologizing to fans who weren't fortunate enough to snatch up some tickets while celebrating an impressive achievement! But at least fans that were shut out of the show can take comfort in knowing that he will be back.

Kip Moore shows no signs of slow down as his country music star continues to rise.