Hudson Moore

Named one of Rolling Stone's "10 New Country Artists You Need to Know”, the multi-instrumentalist, artist and songwriter from Fort Worth, TX is quickly building a loyal fan base across the country with his engaging, self-assured voice and his awe-inducing musical skills. As an independent artist, Moore has amassed over 25 million views on Youtube, over 6.5 million streams on Spotify and earned hundreds of thousands of passionate followers on social media - all without the support from a major label. Moore, who has reputation as a great live performer, has earned opening slots for ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Rascal Flatts, Eli Young Band, Chris Young, Hunter Hayes, Jake Owen, Gary Clark Jr. among others - and has performed at the infamous Austin City Limits Festival, SXSW, CMA Fest and Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic. A passionate, self-tough musician, Moore played over 11 instruments on his critically-acclaimed 2016 album, “Getaway”, including acoustic and electric guitars, bass, piano, keys, mandolin, 6-string banjo, high-string guitar, drums and programming. Rolling Stone describes Moore as a “talented multi-threat” and reviewed his album (“Getaway”) as “one of those road-trip radio sweet spots where two great stations - in this case, modern country and Top 40 Pop weave in and out to create a unique sonic hybrid”. That album (Getaway) took his career to new heights, gaining him thousands of new fans, support from national radio station Sirius XM the Highway, Spotify “Wild Country” and “New Boots” playlists, features on a national Pandora commercial and numerous songs featured on the award-winning Netflix series “The Ranch”. Popular tracks from that album include "Sand in the Bed", "Some Are", "Might As Well" and "Summertime Queen", which have accumulated over 16 million streams between Spotify and Youtube. “The response to “Getaway” was amazing. That album will always hold a special place in my heart. My producer, Dwight Baker, and I recorded the album in the Texas hill country, off the grid, and just had fun making music. I got to make the album I always wanted to make, and I think the raw passion and authenticity in those songs really resonated with people”. For Moore, making music is as natural as breathing and it’s a passion that began when he was just a child. “I’m a musician first and foremost. I started playing the guitar and drums around 10 years old, then fell into singing and writing songs when I was about 16,” he says. Some of my earliest musical influences were guys like Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, and George Strait. I remember when I was 6 years old, my dad took us to see Tim McGraw live in Dallas and Kenny Chesney opened the show. We had been wearing out Tim's album, "Everywhere" that whole year. My brothers and I knew every word to every song. I'll never forget the feeling of watching him take command of the crowd like that. It was a really powerful moment for me. I didn't realize then that one day I'd be performing on stage as well, but I think that was when the seed was planted for me.
Moore has expanded on the musical foundation provided by his heroes and forged his own distinct sound teeming with youthful energy and anchored by memorable melodies and relatable lyrics.  And though he has the musical skill and vocal talent to succeed in any genre, there was never any doubt he’d call Country Music his home. “The fans bring it home for me,” says Moore. "Country music fans are the most passionate and loyal fans in the world. When I play for them, I feel like I'm playing for family. Like most people, I enjoy all different types of music... pop, rock, r&b, blues - but country music is at the root of it all for me. It's at the core of who I am as an artist and why I got into music to begin with."
Moore’s 2017 single “Just Wanna Love You”, the follow up to his critically-acclaimed Getaway album, quickly gained popularity online, racking up over 6.5 million views on Youtube and almost 2 million streams on Spotify and has become a fan-favorite singalong at his live shows. “Their’s nothing like it, when the fans sing your songs back to you. It’s honestly one of the best feelings in the world. Seeing people connect to your music and giving them joy is what it’s all about. It’s why I do this.”
His latest single, “Other Side”, released in April of 2018, breaks new ground, socially, with elements of country, r&b, and John Mayer-inspired guitar licks. The Music Video has already broken 2 million streams on Youtube and counting.