Nick Moore (musician)

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Nick Moore
Birth name Nicholas Stephen Moore
Born (1983-07-17) July 17, 1983 (age 33)
Origin Findlay
Genres Alternative rock, post-hardcore
Occupation(s) Songwriter
musician
Record label owner
Instruments Vocals
guitar
Keyboards
Programming
Years active 2003–present
Labels inVogue Records
StandBy Records
Associated acts Gentlemen Roosevelt
Planet AD
Before Their Eyes
Emarosa
The Drama Summer
Website www.nickmoore.me

Nick Moore (born July 17, 1983) is an American Christian musician from Findlay, Ohio. He is best known as the lead vocalist and primary songwriter of the Billboard charting band Before Their Eyes on Rise Records.[1]

On April 18, 2010, Moore announced that he would be leaving Before Their Eyes and asked for support for his new project, later revealed to be Planet AD. However, on December 26, 2010, he announced via Facebook that he was back in Before Their Eyes.

Moore is also known for starting the record label StandBy Records in 2007, which signed the American Billboard charting band Emarosa and the international recording artist Hopes Die Last. In 2008, Moore sold the company to HM-Live's owner, Neil Sheehan. In August 2009, he started a new record label called inVogue Records. With inVogue, he signed the recording artist The Plot in You and other rock and post-hardcore bands. Notable artists on InVogue Records include pop-punk giants Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, San Diego melodic hardcore band Being As An Ocean, metalcore band Famous Last Words, and spoken-word project Hotel Books.[2]

Moore was also the vocalist and played guitar for the pop/punk band The Drama Summer.[citation needed]

In early 2013 Nick announced he started a new band called Gentlemen Roosevelt that he does vocals and plays guitar in.

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  1. ^ "Steve", "Nick Moore formerly of Before Their Eyes", at IndieVision Music, May 10, 2010 (accessed September 6, 2010)
  2. ^ Anon, "NEW OWNER RELAUNCHS INDIE UPSTART STANDBY RECORDS" !Upstarter Punk Reviews , no date (accessed September 6, 2010)

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