Rising star Hudson Moore's career has already been a virtual whirlwind since it began in 2010. Moore's debut radio single, "Fireworks,” written by Moore and co-produced by Moore and Wally Wilson, climbed to #1 on the Texas Music chart and remained there for 2 weeks. It was also included in the "New and Noteworthy" section on iTunes the day it was released. His single "Doin' Just Fine," is currently climbing the Texas Music Charts. Moore's song "Cold Gray Light of Dawn," written by Moore and Wilson, is the closing song for the upcoming western movie "Sweewater," featuring Ed Harris and January Jones.
Country Line Magazine named him "Artist of the Month" in November of 2012 and most recently, he was included in CMA Closeup Magazine's "Who New To Watch In 2013."
The 22-year-old Ft. Worth native has headlined the world's largest honky-tonk, Billy Bob's Texas, and has performed for thousands of fans at both the famed Austin City Limits Music Festival and South By Southwest (SXSW), as well as headlining the historic Gruene Hall. Moore opened for the likes of legends ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Jerry Jeff Walker and Michael Martin Murphy, along with other big acts such as Pat Green, Lee Brice, Chris Young, Robert Earl Keen, Lee Dewyze, and Bob Schneider.
Moore recently signed with William Morris Endeavors for exclusive booking representation and is working with Skyville Artist Development. Moore is currently in the studio co-producing recordings with award-winning producer Wally Wilson.
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