The late 60s and early 1970s brought pop, rock, folk, and easy listening acts to Nashville, creating even more demand for Moore's musicianship. The biggest records by some of the most musically diverse artists of that era were flavored with Moore's innovative ideas and strong musicianship. John Davidson, Gene Pitney, Bobby Vinton, Nana Mouskouri, Damita Jo, Burl Ives, Pete Fountain and Clyde Mcphatter carried Moore's musical reputation to both coasts and eventually around the world.

If copies of every record on which he performed were placed end to end along Nashville's Music Row, they would line both side sides of the sidewalk from the Country Music Hall of Fame and past Belmont College. With over 17,000 recording sessions to his credit, Bob Moore may well have played on more recordings than any other musician in the world

The emergence of Nashville as the world's largest recording center can largely be attributed to the city's extraordinary musicians, including Moore, who created, "The Nashville Sound", and attracted top artists and producers to Nashville. His credits from this include some of the biggest names in music: Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Dottie West, George Jones, Ray Price, Reba MacEntire, John Denver, Mac Davis, Larry Gatlin, The Statlers, Bobby Goldsboro, Paul Anka, Debby Boone, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Don McLean, Tom Jones, Johnny Rodriguez, Cliff Richards, Hank Williams Jr. and many, many more.

Bob Moore and Kenny Rogers


26 NOV 2007


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Musicians Hall of Fame amd Museum

.First Annual Induction Ceremony held by the Musicians Hall of Fame to be held at the Schermerhorn Symphony Hall on November 26, 2007. Inductees include The NASHVILLE A-TEAM, (Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Hank Garland, Pig Robbins, Grady Martin, Ray Edenton, Boots, etc.) The Memphis Boys (Reggie Young, Bobby Wood, Gene Chrisman etc.) The BLUE MOON BOYS (Scotty Moore & DJ Fontana) The Los Angeles Wrecking Crew, The Funk Brothers. Program includes live appearences by Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Peter Frampton and many MANY others. (Yes, Garth Brooks will be performing Live and in Person) This is a once in a lifetime, NOT-TO-BE-MISSED event! Tickets $50 are available at: contents copyright © by Bob L Moore
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