13 & up welcome after 8 p.m. on live music nights when accompanied by an adult. Moore's Store: 903.833.5100 • Music Times Noted Below • Karaoke Thursdays! 6 p.m. For booking information email:
DEC. 5 Thursday• Karaoke• NO COVER
DEC. 6 Friday• Bill Hilly • NO COVER • Bill Hilly is simply five friends playing the best mix of country, rock and blues you’ll hear anywhere. The band got started a couple of years ago when the guys started jammin in the “Man Cave.” In a short time, the music began to flow and get tight. Word soon spread and the band picked up a couple of weddings and small events. As things moved along, they quickly became a local favorite playing a great mix of tunes covering all the hits you love to hear from every genre.
DEC. 7 Saturday • Brandon Rhyder $15 online $20 door • This guy tours incessently. His first album was released in 2001 and he's released six more since then including his most recent 'LIVE at Billy Bob's." He graduated from UT Tyler and has become a mainstay in Texas music. He's had albums in Billboard’s Top 50, and singles in the Texas Music Chart top 5 on multiple occasions. He is signed with Apex Records in Nashville, TN. Radney Foster has co-written multiple songs with him and Walt Wilkins produced two of his albums. His last appearance at Moore's sold out in advance. So, be sure to get your tickets ahead of time.
Dec. 12 Thursday • Karoke • No Cover
DEC. 13 Friday • Jeremy Powers • NO COVER
He is an original country singer/songwriter with a passion to spread music that resonates with people. His brand new album out is called “The Promise.” He writes from a place of humility, having fun, and doing his part to make the world a little bit brighter. You can expect to be entertained. He plays original music and tops it off with a few random covers to keep your attention. Placed in Shiner Bock's Rising Star Competition – 2012, was 106.9 The Ranch Singer/Songwriter Finalist, has two singles on radio "Starbucks" & "My Girl", and was a Featured Artist for Red Oak NOW Magazine.
DEC. 14 Saturday • Bleu Edmondson • $10 online $15 door
Bleu discovered that his favorite musical acts: Robert Earl Keen, Radney Foster, and Uncle Tupelo shared a common thread; Lloyd Maines produced or played steel guitar on their recordings. Using a tape player in his dorm room, Bleu made guitar/vocal demos and sent the tape to Maines. Quickly recognizing the raw talent on that homemade tape, Maines contacted Bleu and became his producer. The pairing made two records together, "Southland" and "The Band Plays On." His road-dog touring ethic, keeps him running down the road in excess of 200 days a year.
DEC. 19 Thursday • KARAOKE NO COVER
DEC. 20 Friday • Cody Shaw • NO COVER • Country music artist Cody Shaw and The Rhythm Boys hail from Wichita Falls, TX and are signed with Flat 41 Music. Their debut album, "Three Chords and the Truth" was released in 2006. This year their new album, "Lonesome" with its single, "I'm to Blame" has done well across Texas.
DEC. 21 Saturday • JASON EADY • $10 online $15 door • There has always been pop music, but country music was always the avenue out of adolescence and into the grown up world with grown up issues like responsibilities and family. Someone’s got to keep it alive. Eady served six years in the Air Force as a translator abroad, giving him a universal look at humanity. The Mississippi native and Texas transplant plays poetically spun tales of Americana and good ole’ country music. He's reached #14 on the Americana Music Chart. He's written two cuts on Micky and The Motorcars’ latest record, one cut on Eleven Hundred Springs’ forthcoming record and two co-written cuts on The Trishas’ next record. Eady also co-penned The Trishas’ latest single “Drive.” USA Today said, "This Mississippi native’s blues-rocker creeps up like gathering thunderheads."
DEC 24 & 25 CLOSED
Dec. 26 Thursday • Karoke • No Cover
DEC. 27 Friday • 4-Way Street • $5 door • These guys are simply the best Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young tribute band you'll ever hear. Their vocal harmonies are amazing and musicianship is simply stellar. They are fronted by singer/guitarist Jerry Don Branch, who is often found at The Forge playing acoustic with Texas guitar legend Jimmy Wallace. 4-Way Street has performed at past HogFests, and was a featured act at this year's Junebug Festival. They are a must see and Moore's Store is so happy to have them back.
DEC. 28 Saturday • Cody Jinks $5 door • Bearded hippie outlaw cowboy music from Dallas may be one way to describe these guys. If you love to dance, have a drink, and hear great music...here's your chance. Escape the holiday madness at home and enjoy a great band for a great price. They've been touring solid since 2008 and put on a great show last time they were at Moore's Store.
Ring in the New Year with Us!
DEC. 31 New Year’s Eve with…blacktopGYPSY and Wesley Pruitt Band $20 door. Tickets sold at The Moore's Store ticket counter. Available now! Hometown favorites that everyone knows...This show is general admission only and will sell out, so get here early. Show starts with BTG from 8 to 10pm, and WPB after that till the countdown, with both bands jamming a few tunes together to close the evening. It's gonna be a blast. No RESERVED SEATING AVAILABLE. Tickets are for entry only.