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There are several artists named Matt Moore featured on Last.FM.

#1. A modern rock artist from Clare, MI. (

Its difficult for a young male singer/songwriter to set himself apart from the crowd in a genre that is already packed full of talent, but that is exactly what Matt Moore has been doing. With his powerful original music and engaging live performances, Matt has carved out a reputation as the "Must See" artist in his area. Performing an acoustic set for a few dozen at a local coffee house or fronting a full rock band in front of a festival crowd, Matt has a captivating talent for intimately connecting with people no matter the setting.

His songs are the story of his life, often touching on love, relationships, personal struggles and faith. Matt has a unique ability to combine honest and vulnerable lyrics with passionate guitar playing to create an emotional and memorable experience.

Matt Moore's music is often compared to such modern singer/ songwriters and Howie Day and Shawn McDonald, as well as rock acts like Daughtry, David Cook, and Fuel. In 2009 Matt released his debut album "No Place Left to Hide". The album's blend of driving modern rock energy and engaging songwriting has only further served to establish Matt as an exciting up-and-coming artist worth keeping and eye on.

#2. An americana/folk artist from Oregon. (

Moore, the founder and lead singer/guitarist of South Florida's popular alternative act Pale Blue Dot, mellows out on his debut solo album, a collection filled with gentle strummings and lush vocal melodies. Swirling around a distinctive voice which leaps to silky falsettos and drops into rich, creamy tenors…wait…we are beginning to make him sound like coffee…

But he IS kinda like coffee. He keeps you up all night sometimes, doesn't he? And don't you feel really tired the next day? And cranky unless you get some more of him? You shouldn't let him do that to you. You should tell him you have to work in the morning. I know you have a good time. But is it worth the pain?

Is it really worth the pain?

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