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“Hard-Driving Outlaw Country”
"If it was the 70's, this guy would be center stage at Armadillo World Headquarters... ...along with the rest of 'em!"
“Peewee Moore is the quintessential country outlaw”
“His lyrical imagery is focused through the dull aching prism of heartbreak, and it's done without the cheap veneer of Nashville commercialism. Just a southern drawl, a jangly guitar and loads of lament. ”
“Georgia-bred/Austin-based Moore and his band, the Awful Dreadful Snakes, take over with unabashed Outlaw Country”
“You can't help but fall in love with this band and their sound”
“If I were to trace the genealogy of the country music Outlaw, it would start with Bobby Bare, roll through Willie & Waylon and that whole gang, follow Cash through the late 90′s, and end up in the country music underground with people like Peewee Moore as possibly the perfect example of the Outlaw lineage in the present day”
“Moore bears his outlaw country musical influences like badges of honor on his sleeve. They’re all there, from the baritone somberness of Cash to Steve Earle’s rough, rugged howl. What’s great is how it sounds more like an admiring artist’s homage than a pretender’s posturing ”
“What else would you expect from a guy who had his first band in elementary school, and grew up listening to the Wanted: The Outlaws album”
“His cherry-picked roots-rockin' partners in crime are continuing down the same dusty road as his last group. Twangy, bittersweet ballads and fierce, driving barn-burners are the order of the day with this unpretentious singer-songwriter. Grab a whiskey with a beer back and settle in for some male bonding (and cryin' time, too, but don't tell nobody I said that) ”