The daughter of the Navy man, Patsy Moore was created in Antigua in 1964. Her family members moved around often when she was a kid. Reflecting the wide selection of cultures she’s experienced, Moore’s music uses African and Caribbean rhythms, folk, spirit, Latin, rock and roll, pop and funk. The valedictorian of her senior high school, she enrolled on the School of NEW YORK at Chapel Hill. Moore performed within a music group throughout college, performing, writing music and playing keyboards. After graduating using a level in broadcast journalism, she understood music was her contacting and started honing her abilities. After David Mullen (an acquaintance) asked her to sing back-up on a demonstration, she started composing and performing with others. Moore was employed as an employee writer on the McSpadden Group and an archive cope with the Warner Alliance shortly implemented. That label released her debut, Concerning the Individual Condition, in 1992 as well as the Flower Child’s Instruction to Like and Fashion 2 yrs later.
|1||In the foreword to her 1999 book "Legacies And Black Feminism: Gertrude 'Ma' Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Billie Holiday", activist, author and academic Angela Y. Davis thanked Moore for providing "eleventh-hour clarification of some of the more inaudible lyrics".|
|2||Although numerous performers have covered Patsy Moore's tunes since 1989, among the most notable is jazz world favorite Dianne Reeves.|
|3||Attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the same time as film director Peyton Reed ("Down With Love", "The Breakup") and sports legend Michael Jordan. She and Reed originally met in 1981 as high school students attending the North Carolina Radio-TV-Film Institute.|
|4||Is right-handed but plays left-handed guitar.|
|5||Patsy Moore and Mar have been a musical team since the early 2000s.|
|6||Is an avid fan of the television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".|
|White Water||2015||TV Movie glasskid, uncredited|
|Pushing Twilight||2008||TV Series 1 episode|
|Side by Side: The Story of the 50/50 Group of Sierra Leone||2007||Documentary short glasskid, uncredited|
|Voices||2007/I||Short glasskid, uncredited|
|Voices||2007/I||Short sound designer|
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|1||Life is jazz: We're meant to learn and expect the changes so well that we have no fear of swinging around each prescriptive feature of the source material until we've made it our own. We're meant to brave and embrace variations on themes. At our best, we're enthusiastically modal.|
|2||There's no proceeding without imagination.|
|3||Creating from a place of candor comes at a cost. It also pays dividends.|
|4||I've been making art since childhood... pressing tiny creases into the fabric of posterity.|
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