JPM Co-Produced a song with Drummer | Composer | Visual Artist - Yonrico Scott titled, "Life Of A Dreamer (Suite For Marimba)". This song has been nominated by the 2018 Roundglass Music Awards in the "Best Jazz Single" category. Congratulations to Yonrico Scott and to all the nominees!
With the conclusion of 2017 and 2018 official upon us, we've added a recap of the past year. Tap here to view and check out JPM's full list of "Career Highlights".
Joseph will be playing in the orchestra at the 2017 Shuler Awards. The event will take place at the Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta, GA on April 20th. The Shuler Musical Theater Awards will be televised live on the Georgia Public Broadcast station at 7:00 PM EST and it will also be streaming live on their website.
Joseph is one of four judges for Soundation’s Radio Remix Challenge. Other judge’s include:
The Radio Remix Challenge consist’s of remixing a song by Grammy Award Winner - Sylver Logan Sharp of Chic fame. This Remix challenge is open to all entries till Tuesday July 31, 2015.
For information on this Remix Challenge visit:
JPM’s song “GrooveMessenger” from the “Drum and Bass Society Volume 1” CD is pre-loaded on the new iRiver T-30 MP3 Player. You may also download this song for free from Amazon.com
DigitalDreamDoor.com names JPM among 100 of the greatest jazz bass players. These bassist’s were chosen for their impact and influence within the genre and for innovative and technical qualities of their playing of the instrument.
IndependentSongwriter.com has named JPM as one of the best independent Songwriters on the Internet for the Spring of 2003.
Categories and Winners for Spring 2003:
Best Independent Music Resource on the Internet: CD Baby
Best Independent Music Media on the Internet: The Orchard
Best Independent Songwriter:
Joseph Patrick Moore
Pedulla Bass has accepted JPM as Artist Endorser. Pedulla Bass generally accepts less than 2 people per year in their Artist Program and JPM was one of those selected for the year 2003.
For more info on Pedulla Bass, visit:
Guitar World - June 1994
Hometown Heroes / Mike Varney
JOSEPH PATRICK MOORE - Memphis, TN
MAIN BASS: Pedulla 5 string, Kohler Upright
INFLUENCES: Miles Davis, Donald Brown, Marcus Miller
STYLE: jazz, r&b, Hip Hop
"A musician with a broad musical background. Joseph Moore began playing saxophone in elementary school and played drums in the high school band. At 16, he took up bass guitar and began playing live just one year later. After high school, Joseph began playing upright bass and majored in music at the University of Tennessee. Over the last four years, Joseph has garnered acclaim for his playing in a variety of settings, including symphony orchestras and with artists as diverse as jazz rapper Gil Scott Heron and unrepentant folky Judy Collins. He's also been working on his music performance degree at Memphis State University. On his four song demo tape Joseph plays electric bass keyboards and guitars, as well as programming the drum machines. His songs feature innovative changes which maintain a flowing groove. Wheter he's slapping, poppin, slidding, flawing or finessing. Fans of contemporary jazz fusion bass work should find his demo to be of great interest." - Mike Varney
Guitar For The Practicing Musician, June 1994
NAME: Joseph Patrick Moore
EQUIPMENT: Pedulla 5string, Kohler upright, SWR speakers, ADA preamps, Trace Elliot Preamp, QSC power amp, Digitech delay.
PERSSONAL STATEMENT: I was a recent recipient of the Milt Hinton International Bass Scholarship and have been playing upright and electric bass for eight years. I have performed with Gil Scott Heron, Judy Collins and the Knoxville Pops, Donald Brown, James Williams and others. Recently I arrived back in Memphis, TN from London, England where I performed with Charlie Wood for six weeks.
COMMENT: He pops, he grooves, play the melody and the silence. He plays the jazz, he plays the bass and doubles on sax. It don't get much more musical than the talent of Joseph Patrick Moore."
Bass Player Magazine October 1993
On the jazz side of the street, three promising students were recently named winners of $1,000 awards from the Milt J. Hinton Scholarship fund: Joe Martin, Joseph Moore, and Nathan Peck. Martin is a student at William Paterson College; Moore is hittin the books at Memphis State University; and Peck, a 16-year old from West Virginia, is planning to pursue private instruction. The judges were Milt Hinton himself (of course) and noted jazz bassists Jay Leonhart and Charnett Moffett. The winners were chosen on the basis of their performances, their background, and an assessement of the potential benefits of private instruction in furthering their musical development.