Tom Moore Band
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Tom Moore Band

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF | AFTRA

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | SELF | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Assorted Press Reviews of Tom Moore Band"

Tom Moore has "a wonderful voice" and a "warm, true voice."

-- legendary songwriter Ervin Drake ("It Was a Very Good Year") on WCBM Radio.

Tom Moore is "terrific, with a powerful voice."

- MAC Lifetime Achievement award-winner Marilyn Maye after hearing Tom Moore perform at Birdland.

"A great voice!"

-- the late Gerald Schoenfeld, president of The Schubert Organization (Broadway theater owner and producer) after hearing Tom Moore perform at Sardi's.

"Beautiful singer, and amazing voice"

-- Fr. Richard Baker, pastor of St. Malachy's Actor's Chapel in New York.

"Great sound and great musicians also!"

-- Sidney Meyer, "Don't Tell Mama Cabaret," longstanding cabaret producer and founder

"Wonderful voice.

-- Marcus Dagan, recording artist
- Assorted


"Restless Journey" 2010: produced by Marcus Dagan and engineered by Dave Underhill and recorded at CCBC Essex, MD and Sound Locker, Towson, MD

Demo, 2008. Produced by Cinder Road frontman Mike Ruocco (formerly of Gold Record-selling artist SR-71).
Features "Fly Me to the Moon," "It Was a Very Good Year" and "Sunday in New York."



2010 marked the release of Tom Moore's debut record, "Restless Journey" featuring rarely-heard classics like Alec Wilder's "Blue Fool," plus original songs "Suddenly" and "Edge of the World" as well as Tom Moore's original take on well-known standards "Come Fly With Me" and a Latin-flavored version of the Van Morrison classic "Moondance." The album also presents the brilliant Ervin Drake song "Now That I Have Everything," that could be the legendary songwriter's next classic hit.

Baltimore, MD native Tom Moore formed the band in July 2008 after years of searching for the right sound, before finding the right members for his jazz-pop vision.

Moore himself studied music since his days as a boy choir member in the Royal School of Church Music program under composer Robert Twynham, instilling in him the love of singing and artistry that has served him his whole career.

While studying to be a lawyer and hosting a radio show in Baltimore, Moore began work putting together a project that had the right sound to match his voice. After meeting jazz pianist Todd Simon, Moore found the talent and style to match his vision.

In 2008-9, with and without the band, Moore played New York's Sardi's, Birdland, The Triad, Don't Tell Mama Cabaret, was the featured act at Washington, DC's Golden Triangle Cabaret, guested at LA's The Dresden with Marty and Elayne, and showcased at South by Southwest, broacast to 3,000 Internet channels on, plus performing on All Access Live and Music Entertainment Television in Austin.

"I have been writing songs in my head for a long time," says Moore. "I can't wait to share them with everyone."

Hall of Fame songwriter Drake, a strong influence of the band, describes Moore's voice as "wonderful, warm, and true." Broadway director and New York's Favorite Acting Teacher (2008 Backstage Magazine) Terry Schreiber calls Tom Moore's music "pleasant and timeless."

2013: Piano player Todd Simon released his first all-jazz album "Simon Says" featuring a 10-piece jazz orchestra

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