Joseph appears on two song's in the Smooth Jazz Top 20 Radio Charts. Carol Albert's "Chasing Waterfalls (radio remix)" and Michael J. Thomas, "My Love". As of the week of July 21st, Carol's song reached #5 (also #1 on the Groove Media Charts) and Michael's song reached #18. Joseph played electric bass on both tracks and they were produced by the incomparable Trammell Starks.
"Chasing Waterfalls" made it in the Top of Smooth Jazz Charts (#4) and Groove Music Charts (#19) for 2018. Michael J. Thomas song, "My Love" made the Top 100.
JPM appears on Michael Tolcher's new album titled, "Elemental" playing on the songs: "Multicolored Glasses", "Suggestion Box", "Beer" and "Orion's Belt". For those that may be unaware, Joseph played bass and toured with Michael in 2003 opening for Gavin Degraw and Maroon 5. You can read more about that tour in the post from 10/7/2003.
Currently Michael is promoting this album opening for Chicago and REO Speedwagon on a summer tour (2018). Michael will be playing a solo acoustic set prior to REO Speedwagon taking the stage. Pick up a copy of "Elemental" and catch Michael on tour this summer. Visit: MichaelTolcher.com for more info and follow Michael on Facebook.
JPM appears on the podcast - Drummer's Weekly Groovecast - episode #93, hosted by Phil Smith. Click Here to listen or subscribe below.
In this episode Phil Smith sits down with his long time friend Joseph Patrick Moore for an up to date look at the Las Vegas music scene. Phil and Joseph have traveled together and played thousands of gigs in their thirty year relationship. However last year Moore relocated to Las Vegas and has established himself inside the Vegas music community. Before we tackle the gig scene we catch up and discuss a few stories from back in the day (trust me, no one suffered long term effects from that first tale). We then talk about the quality of life, the affordability of Vegas, other choices of relocation areas, and how Las Vegas compares to other large cities.