Lathan Moore

Lathan Moore

 Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Lathan is bringing a traditional country voice to current country music. He has power house vocals and good looks, all in one package!


Lathan Garrett Moore, 27 years old, from Harrisburg, Illinois has been singing since the age of four. Growing up in a small coal mining community where his father worked the mines for 35 years gave Lathan an appreciation for hard work and perseverance. After graduating from Harrisburg High School in 2001, Lathan joined a country Gospel Quartet called "Eastern Sky" to sing baritone and toured for two years throughout the Mid-east and Ohio Valley. Lathan also was a member of the Reliance Quartet from Paducah, Kentucky, where he sang lead.
Lathan was very active in the theatre and performing arts and played the lead roles in "Phantom of the Opera", "Beauty and the Beast", "My Fair Lady", "Annie", "The Grinch", "Annie Get Your Gun" and "A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum". Shortly after opening for the Gaither Vocal Band, Lathan moved to Plainview, TX for school at Wayland Baptist University. While in Texas Lathan continued to develop his interest in country music. After completing a year of college, Lathan returned to Harrisburg, Illinois to work in the mines in order to save enough money to move to Nashville, Tennessee so he could pursue his career as a country music singer.

In 2004, Lathan entered the Southern Illinois Regional Colgate Country Showdown in Carmi, Illinois and finished in 2nd place. As a result, he was contacted by Chelsea Studios in Nashville, Tennessee to do some recording and for six months, traveled back and forth recording song demos. In 2004, Lathan finally had saved enough money to make the move from Illinois to Nashville and began performing in local venues and at private corporate events. Lathan plays the guitar, trumpet, trombone, and tuba and is currently developing his songwriting craft. Lathan has recently signed a recording contract with Blue Steel Records and finished his debut album.


I'd Rather Be Lucky Than Good

Written By: Lathan Moore


went fishin with my buddies out on the lake
bobby lent me a pole billy threw me some bait
skeeters were the only bites they got the whole time
I was reelin em in with every toss of the line

some got it, some ain't
some can, some can't
ain't earned it, don't deserve it
but knock on wood
I'd rather be lucky than good

my buddies like to brag about the ones that got away
bass cat or trout i ain't heard a word all day
I was throwin big ones back they couldn't catch there breath
so I sat down and popped a top and laughed myself to death

some got it, some ain't
some can, some can't
ain't earned it, don't deserve it
but knock on wood
I'd rather be lucky than good

we dropped off for a cold one at the dew drop in
the waitress was an angel with a body for sin
every man in the bar was fallin at her feet
good fortune was smilin, she was smilin at me

Lathan Moore / Terry Clayton / Kevin Mason / Roger West

Forever Man

Written By: Lathan Moore

(Brent Baxter, Lathan Moore, Kevin Mason)
Hopeless headlines in the paper
It’s a different heartache every day
Seems there’s not much you can count on
Just count on things to change
But I’ll always stay the same
I’m your Forever Man
A rock where you can stand
In a world of shifting sand
I will be here
Sure as the morning sun
I’m gonna prove my love
Over and over again
I’m your Forever Man
Maybe you feel unworthy
Or your past makes you ashamed
And you’re scared that if I knew you
I’d turn my back and walk away
But touch my scars, trust my grace
TAG: Sure as the morning sun
I’m gonna prove my love
Over and over again
I’m your Forever Man
Hopeless headlines in the paper
A different heartache every day


"Love In Your Life" Lathan Moore March 2010.
"Beautiful Girl" first single on radio now! And climbing the charts!!

Set List

Beautiful Girl
Rather Be Lucky Than Good
It's A Feel thing
Love In Your Life
You Can't Leave Me Like This
Angel Fire
Even Angels Have Bad Days
That's The News
Cornfield Cadillac

Brooks & Dunn - Boot Scootin' Boogie
Alan Jackson - Chattahoochee
Billy Currington - Why Why Why
George Strait - Write This Down
Brad Paisley - Wrapped Around
George Strait - Fireman
Dierks Bently - Settle For a Slowdown
Brooks & Dunn - Building Bridges
Alan Jackson - Don't Rock The Jukebox
Brooks & Dunn - We'll Burn That Bridge
Confederate Railroad - Trashy Women
Craig Morgan - Almost Home
Daryl Worley - Tennessee River Run
David Allen Coe - You Never Called Me By My Name
Diamond Rio - One More Day
Dierks Bently - Alot of Leavin Left To Do
Brooks & Dunn - Believe
Dierks Bently - Come A Little Closer
Brooks & Dunn - Maria
Dierks Bently - Every Mile A Memory
George Strait - All My Exes
Garth Brooks - The Dance
Joe Nichols - Cool To Be A Fool