Tx tenor saxman Crazy Costs Moore was a big-toned (relatively luxurious) tenor participant. Moore was created William M. Moore on June 13, 1918. While originally an alto participant, Moore turned to tenor in the first ’40s, inspired by the fantastic Chu Berry. He was initially seen in Chicago in 1944, the entire year he produced his first documenting with Christine Chatman (Decca). During this time period he used several major brands, including Crimson Allen. He relocated to LA, where he actually began to create a name for himself from about 1945 to 1947, documenting with Jack port McVea, Big Joe Turner, Duke Henderson, Shifty Henry, Dexter Gordon, and Wardell Grey. Later in 1947, Moore relocated to Detroit, functioning there with, amongst others, Paul Williams and Ruler Porter. He continued to be in the Detroit region until the middle-’70s, produced two albums on Jazzland being a head, and proved helpful in the music picture there, specifically with Motown performers like Marvin Gaye. He came back towards the Los Angeles region, functioning some with Big Joe Turner. He passed away in August of 1983.