About the Artist
Originally from Kansas City, Kansas, U.S.A., Todd Warner Moore has penned a diverse catalogue of music over time. His albums contain dashes of Folk, 60s Psychedelia, Americana, 70s Singer/Songwriter, Gipsy, and Latin music.
Over time, he has performed in several bands including Acoustic Juice and Budapest-based Tea Thieves.
Moore wrote and recorded four full-length albums in one year. In June of 2018, he released the eclectic Lapis Lazuli, followed by the acclaimed Spark in October of the same year. The intimate and minimalistic Love and Change surfaced on April 19, 2019. Only four months later, Moore released Starry Sounds. While all of the albums are acoustically-based, each album has its own distinctive flavour. Moore's next album, Path Overgrown, will be released in December.
Following the success of the instrumental "Path," Raighes Factory will also be releasing Moore's new instrumental singles on Spotify. "And We Sing" the second in the series, was released on April 2019 and "Gratitude in Magnitude" was released on May 31, 2019.
Moore has lived on Lamma Island in Hong Kong for the past nine years.