Randy Moore of Humble, Texas has made music his trade for about 20 years. A friend and co-writer with his musical mentor the late Carl Perkins (“Blue Suede Shoes”), Randy has opened concerts for Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Joan Jett, Hank Williams Jr., David Allen Coe, Amy Grant, Vince Gill...OK, you get the picture. He makes good music.
Born just two city blocks from Sun Studios in Memphis and raised in the small Texas oil town of Humble must have planted the seeds of confusion. Blues boy or cowboy? How could they live together? Without the trappings of ‘big city fun’ he had to make due with the radio, the rodeo and the talent show. “I knew, from the time I took second place in the seventh grade talent show that I wanted to play music for the rest of my life.” Says the rockabilly guitarist. "I sang 'Dead Skunk In The Middle Of the Road' .A girl with a talking bird that could yell "GO WILDCATS!" won first place. When I made up to Nashville and got to be on The Grand Ole Opry with Mr. Roy Acuff I thought I’d made the right choice.” But his Memphis roots kept bleeding through his rural upbringing and pushed him headlong into the delta blues.