Rising Texas star Hudson Moore has been in a whirlwind since he began playing music. The 22 year old Fort Worth Native has headlined Billy Bob’s; performed for thousands of fans at the famed Austin City Limits Festival and South-By-Southwest (SXSW); played the historic Gruene Hall; and opened for the likes of Alan Jackson, Pat Green, Robert Earl Keen, Josh Abbott, Michael Martin Murphey, Kevin Fowler, Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew and Reckless Kelly.
At the age of 17, Moore took the stage for the first time and made his debut performance in Fort Worth with nothing more than an acoustic guitar and a handful of songs. That night, after receiving positive reactions from listeners, a seed was planted in Moore’s heart and his journey as a singer/songwriter began. After graduating high school, Hudson packed up and moved to Austin. In the fall of 2009, Hudson recorded an original song called “Too Much Not Enough” where he sang and played every instrument on the track, including guitar, drums and bass. The song caught fire within the University of Texas community and further encouraged Hudson to pursue his love of music.
In the summer of 2010, Moore released his self-titled debut album, an 11-song compilation of material Hudson had written over the years. After one year of balancing college classes and life on the road, Hudson decided to put school on hold in hopes to share his music, entertain, inspire and encourage people to follow their passions.
Live performances are Hudson’s true passion. Moore and his band take the stage with excitement and perform with great enthusiasm, making each night on stage a unique and memorable experience.