Dallas Moore is sticking to the traditional country music vibes with his latest album, out on the 4th of October.
Dallas Moore and Tryin’ To Be A Blessing
The overall vibe of the album is a perfect blend of storytelling and traditional country music. His deep, gruff voice resonates in each track and the gorgeous backing tracks for each song will make you want to listen to more.
One of the highlights of the album is its titular track with its positive, laid back vibe that sings about trying to live each day to the fullest and in the best way you can. The song is feel-good and is definitely a pick-me-up in trying times.
Moore is an outlaw country singer who calls Texas his home. The long-haired Harley-riding singer was influenced by old Elvis Presley and Hank Williams 45’s as a kid.
His musical ties started from his mother, who was a musician in her own right. Moore’s mother was a bluegrass and gospel performer who introduced him to his first guitar at age 16.
After a stint studying jazz and classical guitar at Northern Kentucky University, Moore found his true musical destiny when he started performing country music with the house band at a local bar.
Moreover, Moore’s gruff vocals have made him an ideal singer of songs about hard luck and harder living as far back as his 1991 debut LP, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys. His old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes from Merle Haggard to the David Allan Coe.
The next single Moore will release will be a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Lodi.” It’s set to drop on the 20th of September.
Tryin’ to Be a Blessing is currently available for pre-order, including a number of special merchandise packages. For more information about Dallas Moore, visit his official website, or follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.