Pat was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Pat has been playing the guitar and writing songs for the past 25 years. In high school and a couple of years after that he played with The Aerosol Rainbow. The band was made up of three guitarist including Pat, a bass and drums with Pat doing the majority of lead vocals. They played the O.S.U. campus area bars and private parties. Their musical style was classic rock covers and lots of guitar solos. After a few years they split up when members left town to go to other schools. After that, Pat formed Cold Fish. Cold Fish was an entirely new band featuring keyboards, a bass, drums and Pat on guitar and vocals. Their musical style was similar to The Aerosol Rainbow but included some of Pats original songs. Cold Fish broke up after playing only a handful of dates due to lack of time in the members schedules. In early 2000 Pat began compiling tracks for his first CD Just Another Song And Dance Man, which he released in September of 2000. It contains 13 original tracks and introduced the world to Pats brand of music which has been described as folkapunkapopabilly. Pats next project was a live CD recorded in May of 2002. Pat Moore Live At Fats Billiards Vol. 1 was released in December of 2002. It features 12 tracks of covers and original songs and gave his fans a chance to have a copy of some of the songs Pat includes in his live show. In 2006 Pat played with a new band called Slanted. Slanted broke up after playing only a handful of dates due to lack of time in the members schedules The mp3 of A Bird Like That is Slanted live. Pat decided to play solo gigs and has been performing between one and five shows a year since the mid nineties. He has played at Comfest, Ruby's, NYOH's,The Tree Bar, Fats Bar & Billiards, and other music venues around town Currently Pat is working on writing songs for another CD of all original material. Pat is also increasing the number of live shows he will be performing. Be sure to check out www.patmoore.com for new dates and for MP3s of unreleased material.