Fleming Moore will bring hope to your ears with his smooth Americana Fusion style with roots bearing resemblances to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. Having persevered through trials and tribulations that nearly ended his life, he’s moved to share his story with the public.
Early in life, Moore was exposed to the music of Dylan, The Animals and The Rolling Stones. From the age of 3, he has been writing songs, beginning by emulating the melodies and lyrics from the records his brothers would bring into his world.
Later on, Fleming would be influenced by Springsteen and would eventually see The Boss play live from a center front row seat. Inspired by that show, Moore's passion for songwriting took on an urgency as he picked up guitar and started composing songs, expressing the teenage angst associated with growing up in an uncertain world with an uncertain future.
His current album, "Edge of America", is an ontology of his own life. Stories of perseverance and pain, the futility of placing hope in politicians, the threat of nuclear annihilation in a world of ever increasing tribalism, and the inevitability of death brings heartfelt messages to his fans. Moore says, "It's about accepting the temporal nature of our existence and embracing our mortality so that we might enjoy the present moment, instead of pursuing misguided goals and priorities that distract us from the essence of life."