Born in Norfolk, England in February 1980, Adam Moore has been playing guitar and making music since age eleven. His influences range from Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull and King Crimson to Steve Vai and Allan Holdsworth to songwriters like Richard Thompson and Joni Mitchell. At university, Adam developed an interest in orchestral and film music, Jazz, electroacoustic and ambient music and brings these influences to bear on his current writing. Adam now focuses creating kind of songs that turn heads, cause the foot to tap, the air guitar to ring out and possibly a tear to fall.
Here's what Musician Magazine had to say about 'Misty Mornings and Market Towns' in 2006:
“First-rate acoustic/electric rock from East Anglian Adam with a nod to Fleetwood Mac (opener Filthy Moon) and a wink to Santana/Knopfler (Mirrors). Equally adept at riff-laden hard rock and gentle mood levellers, Adam is a writer/guitarist who will certainly appeal to the AOR fans who yearn for something of genuine lasting value to place alongside Heart’s Dreamboat Annie and the latest Badly Drawn Boy CD. His lyrics catch the ear too- ‘Inside these walls of skin, precious little can be seen’. Favourite musical moments: the acoustic slide on Change of Scenery and the motive vocal on The Ditch Digger’s Hymn. A homegrown production displaying true talent.”