Biography

Beth Moore is no stranger to the Canadian Music Scene. Praised as an open and honest songwriter by fans and media alike, Moore has seen high rotation for two of her songs on CBC radio and was the #2 Fan favourite artist for 2015 with songs ‘OK OK’ and ‘Five out of Ten’ both hitting the top 20 garnering overwhelming fan support. Sirius XM’s The Verge also named “Maybe It’s OK” from “Five Out Of Ten” the #1 song on their Fresh Five list. With her compelling lyrics and from the heart delivery, Moore has played over 1000 live shows both big and small, including the Canada Day Concert on Parliament Hill in Ottawa alongside Feist and Jully Black, in addition to prestigious festivals across southern Ontario including Scene Music Festival, In the Soil, and Toronto’s Indie Week. She opened for Keith Urban, April Wine, Luke Doucette, and many others. She has appeared live on CHCH, GlobalTV, Humble and Fred, and many more. Beth has been called out as one of Canada’s best new songwriters and it is only the beginning.  This year she is set to release her brand new single Late Bloomer.