Moore will perform with a full band, comprised of Chuck Morpurgo “Lucky Chucky” (lead guitar), Rocky Parnell (drums), Mike Owens (harmonica) and Tony Nasser (bass guitar).
He’s so busy on the road that it is rare for him and the band to play at home in Hamilton. Dallas Moore will also return to perform at RiversEdge on Thursday, July 13.
“This is what we love to do. Our visibility and an awareness about our music has grown so much over the past couple of years to where we’ve really developed into a national touring act. This is probably going on six or seven years in a row now where we’ve performed over 300 dates a year, across the United States,” he said.
Moore has released 13 albums and one DVD, including his current project, “Dallas Moore: Live at The Bullitt County Jail.” The forthcoming project will be released from the independent label, Sol Records.
“We signed a new deal with Dean Miller, producing. Dean Miller is the son of the late, great Roger Miller, who was the King of the Road,” Moore said.
With a home in Hamilton and a second home in San Antonio, Texas, Moore and his wife, Jenna Danielle, split their time between the two cities. They are expecting their first child, a baby girl, in June.
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How to go
What: Dallas Moore in concert. The Jim Burns Band will open the show.
Where: Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument Ave., Hamilton.
When: Saturday, April 29. Doors open at 7 p.m., concert starts at 8 p.m. All ages. (Cash bar with ID.)
More info: www.fittoncenter.org/wintersedge or call (513) 863-8873, ext. 110