“Pick It Brother”–New from the Moore Brothers!


The Moore Brothers Band has released their new project:  Pick It Brother! 

The Moore Brothers Band had their 1st stage performance in 2007.  From the beginning, you could hear the “Old Soul” feeling in their music. Since that 1st performance, they have evolved into crowd pleasing entertainers, became multi-instrumentalist and embraced brother harmony.

You will see Isaac(age 9) bending the strings on his guitar, singing from the soul and engaging the crowd. Jacob(age 14) will be singing harmony and improvising on his fiddle, mandolin, banjo or guitar.

Moore Brothers,Jacob plays Fiddle, Mandolin, Banjo & sings Tenor Vocals. Isaac plays Guitar, Mandolin & sings Lead Vocals. Daniel Perry on the bass and lead & harmony vocals. With the addition of Daniel Perry(age 18) on the dog house bass and vocals, their high energy drive and harmonies have reached another level.

Image634715596940960000The synergy or unspoken language of music between Jacob, Isaac and Daniel is only totally experienced in a live show. You will hear many musical influences throughout their shows including blues, gospel, bluegrass, jazz & even swing. 

Daniel, Jacob and Isaac are all participants of the Kids on Bluegrass Program by the International Bluegrass Music Association. In fact, they all met in Nashville at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass Meeting. This summer you can see them live at Dollywood, Red, White and Bluegrass Festival or at the MAAC (Musicians Against Childhood Cancer), for other shows check the tour schedule at moorebrothersband.com.

Image634715597943924000The Moore Brothers have been on the road performing across the southeast since 2008. They released their first CD in Feb 2010 with guests Kristin Benson (Banjo), Wayne Benson (Bass) and Alan Johnson (Fiddle). CD was recorded by Wayne Benson of IIIrd Tyme Out and mastered by Greg Luck.

The latest CD project “Pick It Brother”, recorded on Music Row in Nashville, is now available for purchase at moorebrothersband.com or CD Baby. Their hope is to be able to share their God given talent with audiences all over the world.




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