Previously on ChrisMooreMusic…
- Ten Years Ago on a Blog Like This September 6, 2021
- That’s, like, sooo last year… The 2010 Project arrives! July 19, 2011
- Days twenty-two and twenty-three: the (final) finishing touches! July 10, 2011
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Days twenty-two and twenty-three: the (final) finishing touches!
By Chris Moore: At long last, exactly eleven months after I first pressed “RECORD” at the opening session on August 10, 2010 (yes, I did start this album in the year it’s named for!), this is my final 2010 Project … Continue reading
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The 2010 Project 2011 Preview Series: Part Two
Happy Monday, and welcome to the second installment of my preview series for The 2010 Project. Today, it is my pleasure to bring you an acoustic version of an all-electric track on my new album, a song called “I Would … Continue reading
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Day eight: Finally rockin’ out!
For the first time since October, I’m back in the recording groove and working on a new song. Today, I spent a lot of time warming up, just playing around on my guitar before I even began to record. I … Continue reading
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My goal as a songwriter on YouTube
My goal as a songwriter on YouTube is a three-fold endeavor: First, to write and practice a song that I can really believe in, a song that is emotionally charged and lyrically purposeful, a song that I hope will convey … Continue reading →