With a strong baritone reminiscent of Elvis and Randy Travis; mixed with the twang and swinging fiddle of George Strait and Alan Jackson, if you’re looking for traditional country look no further.  Born in Tupelo and raised in north Mississippi, Chance grew up around a wide variety of music.  But living on a farm instilled a strong value of the country genre in him.

Chance first started playing guitar and singing in church, and he was inspired to start writing songs in college. “I wrote “Back In The Country” after fighting through traffic trying to get out of Mississippi State University. It was one of the first songs I’d ever wrote” said Moore.  A prolific songwriter, Chance wrote four of the six songs on his debut EP co-produced by himself and Grammy award winner Chris Latham.  Whether it’s a love song such as “Fallin For You”, heartache as in “Heart of Stone”, or the unapologetic but humble “I Ain’t Perfect” you can feel the passion and sincerity in his songs. When asked about where his songs come from Moore said, “They all come from experiences I’ve had in my life and I share them in my songs.  When I was growing up I listened to a lot of Hank Williams Sr.  His songs were so honest and true to life, and when I write that’s what I try to pull from.”  Chance even pays tribute to one of his heroes with a boot stompin’ cover of Hank’s “Honky Tonk Blues”, and in the David Allan Coe cover “The Ride”.  A song that speaks true meaning for any up and coming artist.

When asked, Chance said, “I want to write and sing songs that truly resonate with me, who I am, and where I’m from.”  A true country boy with integrity and deep country roots, in our opinion…Chance is one to watch for!

Chance Moore, Keeping Country Music Roots Rooted

With a strong baritone reminiscent of Elvis and Randy Travis; mixed with the twang and swinging fiddle of George Strait and Alan Jackson, if you’re looking for traditional country look no further.  Born in Tupelo and raised in north Mississippi, Chance grew up around a wide variety of music.  But living on a farm instilled a strong value of the country genre in him.

Chance first started playing guitar and singing in church, and he was inspired to start writing songs in college. “I wrote “Back In The Country” after fighting through traffic trying to get out of Mississippi State University. It was one of the first songs I’d ever wrote” said Moore.  A prolific songwriter, Chance wrote four of the six songs on his debut EP co-produced by himself and Grammy award winner Chris Latham.  Whether it’s a love song such as “Fallin For You”, heartache as in “Heart of Stone”, or the unapologetic but humble “I Ain’t Perfect” you can feel the passion and sincerity in his songs. When asked about where his songs come from Moore said, “They all come from experiences I’ve had in my life and I share them in my songs.  When I was growing up I listened to a lot of Hank Williams Sr.  His songs were so honest and true to life, and when I write that’s what I try to pull from.”  Chance even pays tribute to one of his heroes with a boot stompin’ cover of Hank’s “Honky Tonk Blues”, and in the David Allan Coe cover “The Ride”.  A song that speaks true meaning for any up and coming artist.

When asked, Chance said, “I want to write and sing songs that truly resonate with me, who I am, and where I’m from.”  A true country boy with integrity and deep country roots, in our opinion…Chance is one to watch for!

Chance Moore, Keeping Country Music Roots Rooted