The Moore Brothers Band

The Mast Farm Inn is honored to be one of the official sponsors of The Moore Brothers Band.

The Moore Brothers BandThe Mast Farm Inn is honored to be one of the official sponsors of The Moore Brothers Band of Hildebran, North Carolina. “When you first see the newest release from The Moore Brothers Band, Pick It Brother, a first glance will have your mind processing a picture of three young men, all less than “legal age”, with bluegrass instruments. Your initial impression may be of  just three kids, but once you rip off the cellophane and pop it in the player, you’ll know this CD holds talent well beyond the years of the three young men on the cover.” ~ LocalGrass

The Moore Brothers Band had their 1st stage performance in 2007. From the beginning, you could hear the “Old Soul” feeling in their music. Since that 1st performance, they have evolved into crowd pleasing entertainers, became multi-instrumentalist and embraced brother harmony. You will see Isaac bending the strings on his guitar, singing from the soul and engaging the crowd.  Jacob will be singing harmony and improvising on his fiddle, mandolin, banjo or guitar.

Daniel, Jacob and Isaac are all participants of the Kids on Bluegrass Program by the International Bluegrass Music Association. In fact, they all met in Nashville at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass Meeting.
With the addition of Daniel Perry on the doghouse bass and vocals
, their high energy drive and harmonies have reached another level. The synergy or unspoken language of music between Jacob, Isaac and Daniel is only totally experienced in a live show. You will hear many musical influences throughout their shows including blues, gospel, bluegrass, jazz & even swing.

Daniel, Jacob and Isaac are all participants of the Kids on Bluegrass Program by the International Bluegrass Music Association. In fact, they all met in Nashville at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass Meeting. They have played at the Red, White and Bluegrass Festival, Graves Mountain Music Festival, MACC, MerleFest, Dollywood, IBMA’S WOB, featured in a Pam Tillis video, CMA Awards after party and the Station Inn in Nashville to name a few, plus countless shows across their native North Carolina. The Moore Brothers Band performs about 70 shows a year throughout the Southeast. In the short time they’ve been together they’ve recorded two CDs. The latest CD project “Pick It Brother”, recorded on Music Row in Nashville, is now available for purchase at www.moorebrothersband.com or CD Baby. The CD has special guests Kristin Scott Benson on banjo and Dave Fowler on bass.

They have played at the Red, White and Bluegrass Festival, Graves Mountain Music Festival, MACC, MerleFest, Dollywood, IBMA’S WOB, featured in a Pam Tillis video, CMA Awards after party and the Station Inn in Nashville
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Jacob Moore • Jacob began pursuing his musical interest with classical violin training at the Suzuki School of the Arts, when he was seven years old.
Jacob Moore
• Jacob began pursuing his musical interest with classical violin training at the Suzuki School of the Arts, when he was seven years old. After two years, he decided to dive into bluegrass and began fiddle lessons from Roger Ledford. He is currently taking lessons from Alan Johnson (“Big Al”), formerly with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and is playing a fiddle built by our friend, Lebron Batey.

Shortly after starting the violin, he also chose to play the mandolin. Ben Cockman, of the Cockman Family Band, got Jacob started at the age of eight. At the age of ten, he began lessons with Wayne Benson of IIIrd Tyme Out. Jacob was the Junior Mandolin Champion in the youth division at Fiddler’s Grove at the age of 9 years old. At age 10, he won Most Promising Talent division of the Mooresville 67th Old Time Fiddler’s and Bluegrass Convention. At age 11, he won first place in the Burke County Youth Talent Showcase. He also enjoys playing the guitar, electric Fender Stratocaster guitar and bass. He sings tenor and lead in the band. Jacob enjoys recording and mixing his own music. He also likes to play baseball, basketball, golf, fish, hunt, and of course spend a few minutes on PlayStation. Musical Influences: Wayne Benson, Ricky Skaggs, Alan Johnson, Vassar Clements, Michael Cleveland, Jesse Brock, Alan Bibey, Jim Van Cleve, Adam Steffey, Chubby Wise, Jimmy Martin, Cody Kilby, Mike Riddle, Chris Thile, Aubrey Haynie, Kenny Baker, Bill Monroe, Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd  & James Taylor.

Isaac Moore • Isaac started singing on stage with his brother at the age of four. He got his first black mandolin for his sixth birthday. His dad and brother have been getting him started.
Isaac Moore
• Isaac started singing on stage with his brother at the age of four. He got his first black mandolin for his sixth birthday. His dad and brother have been getting him started.

He recently enrolled in classical guitar instructions at the Suzuki School of the Arts. Almost everywhere that he performs, someone refers to him as “Little Elvis”. Isaac feels the music and enjoys entertaining the crowd. We are never sure what he will decide to do on stage next! Isaac, along with his brother, won first place in the Burke County Youth Talent Showcase. Musical Influences: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Sam Bush, Little Roy Lewis, Bobby Osborne, Tony Rice, Mountain Heart, Clay Jones, BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, ZZ Top, & Alan Jackson.

Generation Bluegrass is a documentary introducing some of the most talented up and coming young bluegrass musicians in the country.
Generation Bluegrass is a documentary introducing some of the most talented up and coming young bluegrass musicians in the country. This video features footage of the Snyder Family Band, The Moore Brothers, and The Smith Family Band. Also featured are hot jam sessions featuring members of these bands as well as several other young bluegrass musicians. Jacob Burleson, son of Jason Burleson of Blue Highway, Daniel Perry, bass player for The Moore Brothers Band, and Alex & Shane Edwards of the Edwards Family Band. Hold on to your hats for some hot pickin!

Most folks are taken aback when they first see Jacob (mandolin, banjo, and fiddle, 14), Daniel (bass, 18) and Isaac (guitar, 10). Don’t let their fresh faces fool you; this trio means business. Together, they weave a musical tapestry that honors tradition and welcomes progress… melding a love of tone and harmonies with a fiery stage energy that wins over even the most jaded listeners, while keeping music lovers on the edge of their seat.

Daniel, Jacob and Isaac are all participants of the Kids on Bluegrass Program by the International Bluegrass Music Association. In fact, they all met in Nashville at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass Meeting.
For More Information
FaceBookwww.facebook.com/MooreBrothersBand
WebSitewww.moorebrothersband.com
AirPlay Directwww.airplaydirect.com/music/moorebrothersband
CD Babywww.cdbaby.com/cd/moorebrothersband2
Amazonwww.amazon.com/Pick-It-Brother/dp/B007ZVT98G
LocalGrass on Bluegrass Todaywww.bluegrasstoday.com/localgrass-the-moore-brothers
Source & Photo Creditswww.moorebrothersband.com

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