“To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable.” – Ludwig von Beethoven

Frank Moore’s strong, resonant voice, which is accompanied by the bright sounds of his vintage Alvarez Yairi, exudes passion. The covers in his repertoire reflect the timeless and universal struggles and longings of some of the great musical poets of his generation—Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, John Fogerty. Performing songs that he identifies with ensures that the audience will connect with them as well.

Frank’s musical journey began in the early ‘70s playing in coffeehouses and concert venues in Southern California. Spanning decades both as a solo performer and as front-man in bands, Frank’s tunes have been heard and appreciated on the West Coast, in the Midwest, the UK, Europe and Russia. He currently calls La Crosse, Wisconsin his home.

“What a long, strange trip it’s been.” – The Grateful Dead


  • For What It’s Worth  (Buffalo Springfield)
  • The Weight (The Band)
  • Up on Cripple Creek (The Band)
  • I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan)
  • Southern Cross (Crosby, Stills & Nash)
  • Ripple In Still Water (Grateful Dead)
  • Wasn’t Born to Follow (The Byrds)
  • My Back Pages (The Byrds)
  • Sounds of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • The Boxer  (Simon & Garfunkel)
  • City of New Orleans (Arlo Guthrie)
  • Who’ll Stop the Rain (CCR)
  • Fortunate Son (CCR)
  • Hurricane  (Band of Heathens)
  • Catch the Wind  (Donovan)
  • Fire and Rain (James Taylor)
  • Please Come to Boston (Dave Loggins)
  • A Little Help From My Friends (The Beatles)
  • Heart of Gold (Neil Young)
  • Moonshadow  (Cat Stevens)

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