Levi Moore, an award-winning singer/songwriter out of Savannah, GA, writes what he feels and sings it from the heart, taking notes from country legends like Alan Jackson and Waylon Jennings, but also influenced early on in life by the great songwriters of lore, like Gordon Lightfoot and Jim Croce. His smoothly honest baritone conveys genuine emotion and sincerity, gently grabbing his listener's attention and inviting them to think and feel along with him.
While having always craved the presence of music, Levi began creating it late. A self taught artist, he began to play guitar in the second half of his five-year college career, using music as a balance between being a starting Defensive End for the Missouri State Bear's football team and his midterm exams. Having been a storyteller and writer since elementary school, Levi's songwriting was a natural progression.
His venture into being a performer started slowly, playing on tailgates and at college parties, in true country fashion. This in turn lead to playing his original songs at open mics, and then to gigging on the weekends in local bars. After college and a year of performing on Friday and Saturday nights, while working cattle ranches and training horses, a change was nigh. Levi moved to Arkansas and began working as a Snubber in the oilfields, eventually working his way up to becoming a Supervisor. Music was forced to take a backseat to the long, exhausting days, limiting him to writing on rare days off and performing 3 songs, once a week at an open mic, 40 miles away, in Little Rock.
After 3 years, Levi left the oilfield to become a full-time musician, moving to Savannah, GA and plunging headlong into the local fray. Now, he is traveling the coast and preparing to move into his fourth successful year as a solo artist. After having been nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year in Modern Country at the 2017 Josie Show Awards and for Male Vocalist of the Year at the 2019 KICMA Awards, Levi is diligently working at his craft, spending time in the studio, gigging throughout the week, writing more than ever, and preparing to release his first single, Cast A Line, in the fall, 2019.