Steve Moore is a talented jazz guitarist and music producer with a wide range of experience in musical performance, composition and recording.
A graduate of New York University, Steve attended the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and studied privately with guitar luminaries Barry Galbraith, Jim Hall, and Charlie Bird. While in New York, he played for Broadway Musicals and performed throughout the greater metropolitan area.
Steve left New York to teach at the University of Arizona in Tucson. While there, he studied classical guitar and gave numerous recitals throughout the southern Arizona area. It was during this time that he began to establish his interest and love for jazz.
In Los Angeles, Steve established a reputation for lyrical and melodic playing that has kept him in demand as an accomplished band leader, accompanist, and soloist. He has recorded and performed with many notables, including Randy Crawford, Ray Anthony, Charo, Florence Henderson, Jack Jones, Rita Moreno, Jim Nabors, Bernadette Peters, and Della Reese.
Steve is the owner of First Take Productions, a company specializing in recording for television, radio, and original CDs. Steve's last two albums, "Another Time, Another Place" and "Guitar after Six" were produced, arranged and engineered in the First Take Productions studio.
Steve lives with his wife Cheryl and son Patrick in Thousand Oaks, California.