In the late-1990s, Gentry formed the rock band Moisture, then moved to Los Angeles, California and reincarnated the band with new members. Moisture performed live on television and was offered a recording contract from Farmclub.com, a branch of Interscope Records. Farmclub was canceled before Moisture was able to release or record a new album and the group eventually disbanded.
As Moisture broke up, Gentry released his first solo album in 2005 and another titled Seconds in 2010. In 2006, he won the Los Angeles Music Award for Singer-Songwriter of the Year in the Rock category. Later that year, his song Never Know was placed in the Fox TV Bones (TV series).
- Moisture - "Bastard" 1996
- Moisture - "Moisture" 2001
- Bob Gentry - "Bob Gentry 2004
- Bob Gentry - "Seconds" 2010
- Quote from 2003 interview with K. Michelle Moran for the Arts and Entertainment section of The C and G News, http://www.candgnews.com/editorial/2003/june/11/artsandentertainment/gentry.html
- A Quick History of Moisture from The Bob Gentry Journal, http://www.bobgentry.com/journal/2010/11/12/a-quick-history-of-moisture/
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- Heard on TV http://heardontv.com/tvshow/Bones/Season+2/Aliens+in+a+Spaceship
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