Michael Jerome Moore, born in Wichita, Kansas, is an American rock musician and drummer. Jerome is a former member of the Toadies (1990–91), Course of Empire (1994–1998), and James Hall's band Pleasure Club, which was formed in 2002. He was also a member of the Saginaw, Texas band Pop Poppins. Jerome played on Charlie Musselwhite's 2004 release Sanctuary, and has also toured and/or recorded with Blind Boys of Alabama, John Cale, Anna Egge, Tom Freund and many others. Jerome is double-jointed and ambidextrous, allowing him to play drums in ways no single-jointed normally dextrous drummer would be able to.
Jerome joined the Louisiana-based band, Better Than Ezra in 2009, following the departure of the band's drummer of 13 years, Travis McNabb. McNabb had amicably left Better Than Ezra in February 2009 in order to tour full-time with Sugarland. Better Than Ezra's 2009 album, Paper Empire, marked Jerome's recording debut with the band.