Hudson Moore Bio
One of Rolling Stone’s "10 New Country Artists You Need to Know”, the multi-instrumentalist, artist and songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas is quickly building a loyal fan-base across the country with his rich vocals, authentic songwriting and awe-inducing musical skills. Without the help of a major label, Moore, "a talented multi-threat" (Rolling Stone) has independently amassed over 16 MILLION streams on Spotify, over 28 MILLION views on YouTube, and built a dedicated and rapidly-growing social media following. “Moore’s unique take on country music is what makes his sound stand out among the rest of the country music community" (SoundslikeNashville). "He's an ace guitar player with clean-cut good looks and well-crafted songs. His authenticity elevates him above his peers" (TheRowdy.com). Moore, who has a reputation as a great live performer, has earned opening slots for ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Rascal Flatts, Dan + Shay, Jake Owen, Chris Young, Eli Young Band, Granger Smith, Gary Clark Jr. and more - and is now headlining shows of his own to packed houses across the country. Hudson's original music has been featured in critically acclaimed TV shows, feature films and commercials, including multiple songs in the Netflix original series "The Ranch", a song in the Netflix original series "Virgin River", an original song featured in the Sundance Film Festival Western, "Sweetwater" (starring Ed Harris, Jason Aldean and January Jones) as well as a national Pandora commercial, to name a few. A passionate creator, Moore has a hand in everything he does, from the writing and production of his songs, to the instrumentation on his albums to the directing and editing of his music videos. Moore's critically acclaimed 2016 album, "Getaway", took his career to new heights, earning him over 12.5 million streams across Spotify and Youtube, praise from Rolling Stone (RS describes Moore's "Getaway" album 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”), a Top 10 Music Video on the CMT "12 Pack Countdown" as well as an opening slot on the nation wide "Band Against Cancer" Tour with country icon Martina McBride and hitmakers Thompson Square. Moore's 2017 single, "Just Wanna Love You" took the momentum even higher, racking up over 3 million streams on Spotify and over 7.5 million views on Youtube, quickly becoming a fan-favorite singalong at live shows. On the heels of this success, Moore went on his first headline tour in 2018, selling over 5,700 tickets independently, without the help of a major label or country radio promotion. In 2019, Moore released three new singles: "Universe", a timeless, heartfelt acoustic ballad, "Coming Home" a groovy, throwback track reminiscent of Marvin Gaye (featured on Spotify's "Wild Country" and "Next From Nashville" playlists as well as YouTube Music's "Country New Crop" playlist) and "One of Those Nights", a rockin' party anthem which was featured by both The Dallas Cowboys and The University of Texas Longhorns at home football games this fall. Moore is currently writing songs in Nashville and preparing for the release of new music in 2020. For tour dates + more info please visit www.hudsonmoore.net.
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