Hunter Moore is a performing songwriter of uncommon ability. His four album releases have received radio airplay across the US and abroad and generated excellent reviews in publications including The Gavin Report, Performing Songwriter, Nashville Scene, Sing Out! And Dirty Linen. His performances have taken him to coffeehouses and folk clubs in the US nd Europe. His work has also been recorded by other artists, including Ricky Skaggs, Kathy Mattea, and Don Williams. Hunter's songs draw deeply on his seventh generation Southeast Missouri roots for inspiration. Growing up in a county surrounded on three sides by the Mississippi River, his writing evokes a strong sense of time and place. Many of Hunter's songs present vignettes of rural Southern life with characters who are both proud and ambivalent about their surroundings. Described as "country/folk with a groove," Hunter borrows from country, folk, and blues to create a contemporary sound powered by his rhythmical approach on acoustic guitar. Also contributing to the high level of craft in his songs is a decade spent working on Nashville's Music Row with some of Music City's most highly respected and successful songwriters.