The real deal. Herb is a stalwart on the South Jersey scene for years and the reason is he straight up swings. Look for jazz classics and new standards performed in a trio setting by a veteran band that knows the room.
Herb Moore began teaching and performing in 1978. He has studied jazz improvisation and composition with some of the finest teachers in the country, including Bill Walton and jazz legend Dennis Sandole. Herb has performed extensively in the tri-state area with various jazz and dance bands. He also leads his own jazz trio with bassist Terry Dougherty and vocalist Rachel Husta at local venues. His studio credits include the soundtrack to the Emmy award winning PBS documentary “The Turtle Stone” as well as countless TV and radio ads (NJ Lottery, Tropicana Casinos, Atlantic Electric, etc.). He is the author of the book “Axis Correlation: a Modern Guide to Tonal Colors” and is the originator of the Dorian Blues concept of Jazz Improvisation. He teaches guitar, bass and improvisation at his studio in Galloway, NJ where he resides with his wife Sharon and their three sons.