Soulful and improvisational with music that lures you in describe the Moore Brothers. This prodigious group with its indie pop rock sound has been creating a buzz ever since it won NC State Band of the Year in 2017. The sharply-crafted beats and grooves drive the audience to dance to the inventive blend of musicianship, creativity and modern vibes.
Jake Moore’s lead vocals and brother, Isaac’s harmonies weave a musical tapestry that welcomes influences from many genres. Jake, the multi-instrumentalist of the group, plays keys, guitar, organ, mandolin and banjo. Isaac amazes fans with his guitar shredding skills and in the moment abilities. Their fiery stage energy and original lyrics keep the audience wanting more.
Their musical journey has taken them to perform at MusikFest, MerleFest, Eastern Illinois University, Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation, Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, Dollywood, Martin Guitar Showcase at CMA Fest, The Summer NAMM Show, Nashville Guitar Fest, OBX Festival, Station Inn, Biltmore House, WOB Street Fest, Dorton Arena, ETSU Freedom Arena and many Music in the Schools programs in Illinois, Virginia and Mississippi. They have also opened for Charlie Daniels, played an event with Dale Earnhardt, Jr., IBMA ramble showcase and a multitude of shows across the East Coast. They were featured in a Pam Tillis video and performed at a CMA awards night after party with Collin Ray and John Berry. In March 2018, they were featured guest on – Home Grown Music on PBS. In April 2019, The Moore Brothers will be filmed as part of the NC Year of Music show to be released on PBS.
“The Moore Brothers are full of energy and entertainment. They aren’t just 'another band', These young men can really play, and are always a fan favorite anytime they take the stage!” Steve Johnson - Event Producer/Artist Relations Manager - Wilkesboro, NC
“They really shocked us at the midnight jam at MerleFest. We were asked to curate the jam there. People take a lifetime to reach this stage and these young men think they’re ready? Well, these two started melting my brother’s face! They shocked everyone, and stopped the show. They were so good that Martin Guitar actually built them a guitar. They’re going to be the next best thing. They have that genius quality to them.” Dan Fedoryka/MusikFest - Bethlehem, PA