“Outlaw cult hero Dallas Moore sits content outside the mainstream”
“While cleaving to the classic tradition of stark, scab-picking realism which mad-dog forebears like David Allan Coe and Johnny Paycheck introduced and epitomized, Moore is genuine, not derivative, and his growling, expressive vocals deliver with resonant authority.”
“Informed, firsthand, by their lurid sphere of interest, Moore has produced plenty of his own memorable songs, like "Blessed Be the Bad Ones," "Crazy Again" and "Bottle and a Bible." He is an integral part of a booming Outlaw movement that's anchored by Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Billy Joe Shaver and contemporaneously upheld by younger artists like Hank Williams III, Sarah Gayle Meech and Sturgill Simpson.”
"Caught a few tunes from this Dallas Moore...pretty full tilt high caliber badass desperado cool nasty ass grit"
"If you aren't familiar with Ohio/Kentucky-based Country Music artist Dallas Moore, you had better hurry... because that train's done left the station."
"Old Time Family Jam" album by Dallas Moore and Mama Madgelee Hanes Moore is named in Top Album Releases of 2014!
“Dallas Moore Band is nominated Outlaw Group Of The Year for 2015 Ameripolitan Music Awards in Austin, Texas!”
“Dallas Moore Band Nominated for Country Artist Of The Year at 2015 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards!”
“Dallas Moore Band is Nominated BEST OUTLAW GROUP OF THE YEAR for the Ameripolitan Music Awards! Feb. 18th 2014 Austin,Texas.”
“Dallas Moore Band receives GUARDIAN AWARD from Outlaw Music Hall Of Fame along with Wayne Mills (R.I.P.) Jamey Johnson, Hank III and Whitey Morgan.”
“Fans of Southern Rock and Outlaw Country can not stop listening to this album, without doubt, one of the best releases of 2013.”
“Dallas Moore's new CD, "Blessed Be The Bad Ones," has so many good songs on it that stations don't know which one to focus on. Dallas has shifted the ground beneath Outlaw country, and other artists will need to jump quickly to keep up.”
"The Dallas Moore Band – 'Where You Gonna Be When I’m Gone' from Blessed Be the Bad Ones With no new Jamey Johnson music on the horizon, this ought to tide you over."
“...Hank To Thank captures the raw energy of the band’s live show, but it does it with the utmost respect to Hank Williams, friends and family. Dallas also enlisted the services of his mentor and friend, Jody Payne. Being a longtime resident of Cincinnati, and guitarist for Willie Nelson, Jody adds a great dynamic to this lineup.”
"Outlaw Country" is a killer, kick-ass number ... some bad-ass mofo's ..."
"Dallas Moore is the New Messiah of Outlaw Country Music...."
"Voted Best Country Artist of 2011 by readers of Cincy Vibe Magazine."
““Will The Circle Be Unbroken” can take on many interpretations. To me, it exemplifies family, kinship and the strong bond of country music that keeps a family together. If Hank Williams was half of that circle of Cincinnati’s country music legacy…then Dallas Moore completed it.”
“Friends, I’m here to tell ya, I have seen these live shows and when I hear this album, I expect to be flooded with PBR, hellraising, and good times…just like the live shows.”
"Dallas Moore Band is what you think of when you think Sturgis. They should be the house band at The Full Throttle Saloon."
"Dallas Moore Band's latest release 'Hank to Thank: Live at Herzog Studios featuring Jody Payne' places very high in our Top 100 Cd's of 2011."
"Between Dallas Moore and Clapton I have become a rock fan after all these years"
"Back in the day James Brown was known as the hardest working man in show business. In the 90's and 00's that mantle went to Warren Haynes, but for todays generation of outlaw country and southern rock the hardest working man in show business is definitely Dallas Moore!"
"Dallas is like a cross between Bob Wills and Marlon Brando in the Wild One"
"Masterful showman and OUTLAW Country marvel Dallas Moore and his band gave the 2010 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards a gritty, electrifying kick in the ass."
“Greasy, gritty, bold and tattooed... and that’s just the guitars. The band is a black leather clad band of die hard Dixie fans and if you don’t like it... screw you and the Honda you rolled in on. A Southern man don’t need you around anyhow! (yeah Neil). If you do like it, good for you. If you don’t... like I said, keep it to yourself, you’d be ill advised to start yappin’ yankee around this crowd. Crowd? Yeah there’s definitely a crowd wherever these ‘ole boys set up. ”
“Dallas Moore is a long-haired, hat-wearing, motorcycle-riding musician in the tradition of Outlaw Country, as it's called. He can throw down the honky-tonk and southern rock in the wildest roadhouses around. ”
"Outlaw Country Master DALLAS MOORE and his band (the Snatch Wranglers for the bar circuit, The Dallas Moore Band for those under 21) gave Cincinnati its gritty Country heart in the '00s. No original country band was more enduring or endearing"
"With "Can't Tame a Wildcat", Dallas Moore proves himself once and for all as a worthy heir to the Outlaw country throne. In one song he includes himself in a verse alongside Shooter and Hank III and it didn’t even make me raise an eyebrow. No sir. He fits that crowd like a glove. He has earned it, and we are so damned proud of him."
"Perhaps Dallas Moore is the 'New Messiah of Outlaw Country Music.' If so, then let the bad ones be blessed and the trends be damned. Shout 'Hallelujah!!!' and give thanks. Country music just might be saved after all."
"By the time you get done with 'Blessed Be The Bad Ones,' you will feel like a badass. A man reclaiming his freedom, like ya been on a week long Possum binder runnin’ wild, out for revenge, reflecting on what is important in life and by the time the album is done, you are 'The Last Man Standing' feelin’ like a damn OUTLAW CHAMPION. I wouldn’t have this album any other way."
"'Blessed Be The Bad Ones' proves that southern rock and outlaw country is alive and well and it’s here to kick your ass."
"New Release from Outlaw Country Artist Dallas Moore Second Coming for Fans of Classic Country Music"