Errol Moore

Errol Moore

 Decatur, Georgia, USA
BandWorldReggae

His voice is captivating and his music is seriously infectious. Bad Newz Entertainment however, has decided to wet your taste buds with his dynamic lovers rock album “Let Love In”

Biography

Errol Moore

Multi-talented Errol Moore embodies a unique blend of pure musicianship, class and worldwide recognition as a singer, songwriter and guitar player. A veritable music authority, Errol has worked in nearly every facet of the music industry as, a producer, studio musician, recording engineer, studio manager, and head of his own production company Island Gruve Music Works. His unique and skillful blending of Afro-Caribbean rhythms with popular R&B, Pop and Hip-Hop rhythms has brought forth music that keeps people dancing all over the globe. Errol Moore delivers fresh and positive sounds each and every time.

Errol was born and raised in Kingston Jamaica. It was in New York however, where he began his musical career. In 1972, he moved in with his mother in Brooklyn, New York and shortly after picked up the guitar. He spent hours at home listening to music “all genres” including Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana.

Brooklyn was filled with musicians, and over time, Errol befriended several of them. It was out of this friendship evolved the group Monyaka.
In a short time, Monyaka gathered a sizable following becoming known around the area as key progenitors of the Brooklyn reggae sound. As a result, the group became the number one most requested backing band for any and all of the reggae musicians coming over from Jamaica to Brooklyn during the late 70s and early 80s. Monyaka backed the likes of Dennis Brown, Burning Spear, Black Uhuru, Marcia Griffiths, The Mighty Diamonds, Culture, The Meditations and Ken Boothe, to name a few.

Monyaka also appeared as support act for Steel Pulse, Peter Tosh and Jimmy Cliff. The group toured the northeast and Midwest United States extensively, traveling to Canada and also performing at Reggae Sunsplash in Jamaica in 1984.

In 1987, Errol released his first solo single “Never Lock Me Out” on Epic Records. The single was taken from his album “Unite” which was entirely recorded and produced by him in his own studio based in New York. In between this time and the release of his second solo album “It’s Time” in 2003, Errol worked extensively on tour as a guitarist and/or audio engineer for a number of reggae greats, including: Israel Vibration, Maxi Priest, Inner Circle, Toots & the Maytals, Third World, Sly & Robbie, Beres Hammond, Judy Mowatt and The A Team Band.

Now, in 2009, Errol has just released his latest musical offering “Let Love In.” It is a 15-track masterpiece in positivity, which is entirely written, produced and arranged by Errol Moore himself. It features old friends and veteran musicians, including Monyaka’s Danny Miller on bass and Tshaka Tonge on percussion, Karl Wright, drummer for the popular group Tosh Meets Marley. Bass player Val Douglas who played on countless hit records to include Bob Marley’s “Africa Unite & Punky Reggae Party” plays one track, “Touch is a Move”.

Errol’s primary goal is

“…to unite the people through music.”

“Let Love In”

We invite cover stories, feature articles, CD reviews, etc.
For further information and bookings please contact:
Renita Deloatch at 404-597-0238
renita@badnewzentertainment.com
errolmoore@islandgruvemusicworks.com

MISSION STATEMENT
To Unite The World Through Music

Discography

"Let Love In"- Album Now Available In Stores & Online

Executive Producers:
Errol Moore and Renita Deloatch

Set List

Errol Moore's set time varies from 30 mins. - 2

hours. For booking or more info. contact Bad Newz

Entertainment @ (404)597-0238 or email

renita@badnewzentertainment.com