Sat Mar 28 2020
8:30 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)
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With the February 2011 release of his debut album, “Fireworks”, Hudson Moore – the Fort Worth born 21-year-old student at the University of Texas has put college on hold to chase his dream. The album captures Moore’s original style of songwriting and sound: Alternative Country laden with rock, soul, blues and pop written around a groove and melody. Moore attributes his musical inspirations to many artists ranging from BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Allmann Brothers to contemporaries like Dave Matthews, John Mayer and Keith Urban.
Live performances are Hudson’s true passion. Moore and his band take the stage with excitement and perform with great enthusiasm, making each night on stage a unique and memorable experience. Moore quotes, “Playing for live audiences is definitely the most rewarding part of what I do. I love the shared experience- everyone in the moment, taking in the music and giving the energy back to you- it’s an incredible feeling”.
Hudson Moore has made a rather impressive entrance into the music world. At age 21, after playing live for just over one year, he and his band headlined the historic Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth for 4,000 people. Moore has also played many notable venues such as Gruene Hall and Antone's as well as festivals like South By Southwest, Music Fest in Steamboat, CO and the famous Austin City Limits Festival. Through his unique singing style and impressing guitar playing, Hudson has caught the attention of many mainstream country/rock artists- most recently opening for Alan Jackson in Tyler, TX for 5,000 people as well as artist like Pat Green, Kevin Fowler, Bob Schneider, Third Eye Blind, Lee Deweyze, Reckless Kelly, Casey Donahew, Stoney Larue and Charlie Robison.
Hudson Moore with Spencer Crandall
Sat Mar 28 2020 8:30 PM
(Doors 8:00 PM)