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"Vegas singer visits CSU-Pueblo"

Students at Colorado State University – Pueblo had the chance to relax after a long day of classes wednesday.

Singer/songwriter Brienne Moore played an acoustic set for students in the Occhiato Student Center on wednesday. She played soulful songs about relationships accompanied by her own beautiful guitar playing. She also sang a few covers, channeling her inner Leona Lewis with her own version of “Bleeding Love” and giving Robin Thicke a run for his money singing “Lost Without You.”

Moore -whose self-titled record is on iTunes- was born and raised in Las Vegas. She started singing when she was just a toddler and sang for her church and school choirs. In high school, she went to the only performing arts school in Las Vegas, which brought up acts like 702 and Ne-Yo.

While attending that school, she had a chance to perform in a choir for Barbara Streisand at the MGM Grand on New Year’s Eve.

After high school, she moved to Los Angeles and taught herself how to play guitar and write music. Moore said that at first she moved to L.A. just to sing, but as time went on, she taught herself how to play the guitar and developed her own style. Her hard work led her to play at places like The Temple Bar and The Viper Room.

While in Los Angeles, she was selected out of a few hundred submissions to be one of thirteen songwriters to attend the prestigious Lester Sill workshop that the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) holds every year.

At the workshop, she had the opportunity to work with several veteran producers including Linda Perry who worked with artists like Pink and Christina Aguilera. “At the workshop, I really learned how to work in the studio and how to be a better writer. The workshop really helped you find your own voice.” Moore said.

Moore – said her influences include Whitney Houston and U2 – independently wrote and recorded her self-titled record in 2007. She said that she is constantly learning about the ups-and-downs of the music business. “The music business is always changing. Even though I don’t have a record deal yet, I’m going on a college tour to get exposure.”

Moore is now working on her second record which will be available in early 2009. She said she hopes to have more music and more production of this record than she has had in the past.
- CSU Pueblo Today

"ASCAP Playback, featuring Brienne Moore"

Tell us about your most recent project.
Just released my first self-titled acoustic CD independently. I'm selling it online and at shows. I think people respond to the honesty in the lyrics and the soulful melodies.

What are you planning to work on next, and where are you planning to work on it?
Performing out on the road. My hope is to get worldwide distribution and get started on recording a second album. I am also writing for other people, so if my music doesn't get heard first, maybe a song I contributed on for someone else will.

Where are you from originally and where do you live now?
I grew up in Las Vegas, NV. Sin City, I know, but I had a very normal childhood. Most interesting fact: I went to a performing arts high school and had biology with Neyo.I live in Los Angeles now.

What was your first project as a musician that you really felt was important?
Releasing this self-titled CD. I wrote all the music and lyrics, I put my own money into recording it and packaging it, and did it all in this last year. I'm extremely proud of that! There's more work ahead of me, but recording songs that really display what is in my heart, and getting it out so people can hear it, has been my dream. Slowly but surely, I'm trying to make that happen.

Who do you look to as a mentor in your career, and what have they helped you to learn?
My mother. She doesn't know much about the business, but she has been my #1 support system. She has been my rock when everything else has been shaky. I would not have come this far if it weren't for her.

— Walter Jones - ASCAP- Walter Jones


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