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Dylan Moore

Dylan Moore

Singer Songwriter / Pop / Feel Good Rochester, NY  US
Lighten Up
Lighten Up
Heartfelt Song
Heartfelt Song
Social Standard
Social Standard
Come On Get Higher (Cover)
Come On Get Higher (Cover)


  • Thu

    Jul 16

    Hornell, NY, US | 3:30pm

    Dylan will be playing his hometown Summer Concert Series in from 4 until 6pm on July 16th! Come down and enjoy great music from a number of great local musicians!



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Dylan Moore



Sounds Like: Ahren Henby, Jason Mraz, Andy Grammer, Maroon 5, Mat Kearney

Bio: Dylan Moore, born in the mid nineties in upstate New York, was raised into an average childhood. Upon adolescence he discovered his knack for music. Now 20 years old, he has been playing guitar for five years and has been writing lyrics since an elementary school age. Dylan has been headlining gi...See Full Bio

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Q: Dylan--how the heck did you learn to play Sonny Clark's solo on Sipping at Bells if you've only been playing a few years. I have been working on that tune a long time and have nowhere near your fluenc

A: Hey! So I'm not exactly a fluent pianist either, I mostly make it up as I go. Having never received formal training, I get lost when I try picking up new pieces of music as well. I think the key to learning something, especially in the jazz world, is the ability to appreciate the mistakes you make while you learn. Mistakes are easy to see when you're reading from a score, but easier to hear when you play along with the tune you're learning from. You also have to consider the skill level of the person you're trying to imitate, and appreciate that they probably improvised the entire solo themselves. This means that it changed each time it was played, so feel free to improvise with it yourself! Have fun with all the music you make and it will always sound better than if you play it "correctly" but with no spirit. Feel the music, friend!

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