Moore is a newcomer who feels like a long-time friend almost
immediately. Once you've listened to her, you come away with the
feeling that she's just always been there. She earned her
Bachelor's Degree in Abilene. Then she went on to earn her
Master's Degree and that opened doors of opportunity which allowed
her to experience a range of careers that fed her desire to
perform. She lived and studied in both Los Angeles and London and
appeared on TV, in motion pictures, commercials and print ads. She
also proved that she wasn't just another pretty face by spending
two years as the host of a nationally televised show dealing with
the stock market. Through all of her exciting career paths, and
while being a very involved mom of three kids, country music
remained her first love. Her philosophy is that it is 'Never Too
Late' to follow your dreams and her magnetic personality makes her
right at home onstage entertaining appreciative audiences.
Aptly enough, 'Never Too Late' is the title of
Moore's debut CD and her first single, "Cowboy Talkin',"
has been gaining airplay around the country. It is about a cowboy
dropping a pickup line in a bar. She turns it back on him and
wants to know if he can back up his silver buckle or is he just
another long-neck rodeo. Is it the whiskey or the cowboy talking?
She has a traditional sound with contemporary lyrics to appeal to
the current country generation.
Along with all her other talents, she also
co-wrote three of the twelve tracks on the album. One of those
tracks is called "Spring Chicken" and it is a fun song
to listen to. It's a tongue in cheek story about older women and
she says they are 'a grown up version of your wildest dreams. I
loved it. Another song I really liked from the album was the last
track, "Mama's Green Eyes." It was a fast moving song
about two people from very different backgrounds who fell in love.
She was the result of their love and she inherited the wildest
traits from both and simply loved being who she was.
Moore isn't just another cookie cutter voice.
She has a unique voice that is all her own. Along with the fun
songs, she included some soft love songs like "Never Too
Late" and "Love Is A Game" that shows off her
talents with the ballads. And another favorite of mine was "I
Ain't Through." I always enjoy the songs about strong women
who can make it on their own and this is a great one. Overall, it
was an album that flowed very well and kept my interest all the
way through. I think we'll be hearing a lot more of DeAnne Moore
in the future.