Singer, Songwriter & Storyteller Curtis Moore’s unique voice infuses, American, folk, country and blues creating a unique experience full of stories from his life that will may you laugh and cry.
Born in Pensacola, Florida, Curtis Moore is the son of a Navy Chief and has traveled and lived in several countries. He has worked as a crab fisherman in Alaska, a shrimper in Florida and worked heavy civil construction in Northern Canada and the US.
Curtis began playing guitar when he was in elementary school in Belgium when his father bough him his first guitar in 1973. After living in Europe his family moved to Leavenworth, Washington where he was active in several music projects.
He has played in venues ranging from the bars of Key West, Florida in the 80s to the coast of Canada where he was a founding member of the well-known rock and roll band, Pacific Disturbance, which played all over British Columbia and Alberta.
Today Curtis Moore has developed into a powerhouse solo performer and a masterful front man who engages audiences with an authentic love of his craft. He spreads his love of music through his songs, performance, and his heartfelt connection with the audience. Once you have heard and seen Curtis Moore, you will never forget him.
His first two influences were from a sailor in Europe who turned him on to what’s known as classic country and from a Scottish soldier who taught him how to rock and roll.
His major musical influences come from many artists, mainly Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jimmy Buffet, John Prine, Jason Isbell, John Hiatt, Jerry Jeff Walker, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt and all things Americana.