Quentin Moore

Quentin Moore is a sexy prototype for neo-retro soul music with roots in Austin, TX and wings in international skies. He resembles legends in the music industry like D’Angelo, Curtis Mayfield, and Al Green. Being a multi-instrumentalist has rendered him global recognition and an A-list collaboration network. Sharing the stage with icons including Anthony Hamilton, Gary Clark Jr, and Robert Glasper. Moore has also collaborated with Snoop Dogg on his hit single, ‘BFU Remix.’

Quentin is a powerful 21st-century figure whose tenure stems from growing up playing drums and keys in church. Quentin received early influences from Traditional/Quartet-styled and Contemporary Gospel. His mom and dad turned him onto 70s Soul/Funk and 60s Doo-Wop, respectively. Then came the Jazz/Fusion/World-Music addition while attending the University of North Texas (UNT). Moore was a running back at UNT while teaching himself guitar and bass. He even shared campus practice rooms and stages with Grammy winners Lecrae, Snarky Puppy, and RC Williams. With such a dynamic foundation, it ignited a passion to become an original recording artist in 2003. Inspiration stemmed from attending a Denton, TX Juneteenth concert featuring Soul artists Carmen Rodgers and Gordon Pope.