Robin Moore
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Robin Moore

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"Good Songs with Good Hooks"

good songs with good hooks - Out of Step Entertainment

"An Album Full of Good Songs"

There is something on this album for everyone...I enjoyed every song start to finish...a diverse, original album, and a fine example of Robin's genuine artistry. When I get to the end, I want to go back to the beginning. Again and again. - iTunes

"Keep your ear to the ground"

Keep your ear to the ground for Robin Moore. -

"'s quite good."

Sunlight is a very intimate song. It almost makes me feel uncomfortable at times, but that's really because it's quite good. - Gary and the Clone - Myspace


At: Now - 2008



On July 12, 2007, Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Robin Moore awoke from a 13 year, life-induced, walking coma.

In 1994, after graduating from Berklee College of Music and performing guitar with an international group, Robin moved to Los Angeles. Within 3 days he was hired to compose and edit music for film and television and has been doing so successfully ever since. With music in countless television shows around the globe, he worked for years, honing his chops in the world of film and television. However, it was that singular morning in July when he decided it was time to move on.

It was time to go back to his roots and pursue another, not altogether different, dream: recording a full-length album of original music. What has been realized is a collection of finely crafted songs filled with insightful, introspective lyrics, compelling melodies, and restrained guitar solos. With its allusion to jazz sensibilities, the music awakens the ear without boring the listener with long instrumental passages. “At: now” is a very unique album that will take you on the journey to where he “is”. It's the only way to get there. That is Robin's story and where he is "at" today.

Drummer Joel Domantay (Saturday Morning Cartoons' Greatest Hits) adds his super-rhythmic sensitivity to the songs & high energy level to the live performances.

Bassist Dan Ehrlich (Ziggy Marley, Debbie Gibson, Storm 420) is, in every sense of the word, an anchor. A seasoned veteran from New York, he lays down the harmonic and rhythmic foundation as well as lends his vast experience as unassuming guru of the group.

Each individual comes with a level of musicianship contributing to the powerful stage performance that consistently matches and often transcends what has been captured in the recordings. Together they form a highly energized kinetic core captivating the audience, making each show the unique experience that is The Robin Moore Group.