I spent many years as a lead guitarist and player of other instruments in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, the Midwest, Nashville and other places (click on my bio link up in the little three-line menu icon in the top right of the page). Because of inner ear problems, I needed to pretty much go solo acoustic. So I have re-invented myself as a singer-songwriter type, and have been compared to David Bowie, Steely Dan, Neil Young and others. I’m totally flattered and don't necessarily agree, but I love it.
My acoustic original album is called Songs You Need to Hear. It can be downloaded on Amazon and iTunes, and can be streamed on Spotify, Deezer and other streaming sites.
I'm also a professional award-winning writer and journalist who has written for major newspapers, magazines, websites, music publicists, bands, radio, TV, and all kinds of businesses and non-profits. I'm a regular contributor to American Songwriter magazine in Nashville. And I have an e-novel available for download on Amazon called Bringing In the Sheep. You can also visit me at YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (click the contacts page).
All music on this album is written by and copyright Rick Moore, published by Meatball Man Music (BMI), with the exception of "Mean Cheese," written and copyright Rick Moore and Jeff Dalrymple and published by Waspi Music (ASCAP). "When I'm King," "PhD" and "Waltz With Zyn" are published by Waspi Music (ASCAP).
My semi-autobiographical labor of love and catharsis, the e-novel Bringing In the Sheep, is available for download only at Amazon.com.