Kelly Moore Music Ministry
“It’s life… You can do anything that you want to do. Take a left or make it right.” – from Easy Ride by Kelly Moore
Kelly Moore is a Texas born singer and songwriter whose sincere style as a performer has been called genuine and heartfelt. He has a style that is all his own, yet within his vocals and lyrics one can detect influences of country, folk, blues and southern rock.
Kelly first picked up a guitar when he was 15 years old and wrote his first song when he turned 16.
He later formed The Kelly Moore Band and began playing in venues across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee.
He recorded his first CD “Round One” in 2004. He is noted for making it to the regional finals of Nashville Star.
He recalls his earliest influence as being his father whom he said, “had the best singing voice I’ve ever heard to this day.”
By 2012, he had made a life-changing decision to go into music as a ministry and began leading musical worship in a local cowboy church. During that time, he formed Kelly Moore Music Ministry. By 2016, the band had grown into its current outreach ministry with band members Eugene Allen (banjo, fiddle, mandolin), Delene Allen (keyboard, synthesizer), Steve Campbell (bass), and Andrew Raley (drums).
The Kelly Moore Music Ministry has played mostly in Texas and New Mexico, and has opened for such acts as country performer, Aaron Watson. The band has played for countless churches, conferences, regional festivals, rodeos, county fairs, private events, and charitable fundraisers benefitting veterans, law enforcement and causes for children.