Colin Moore is a Canadian singer/songwriter hailing from Montreal, Quebec. His raspy voice began to gain him attention at an early age, and by his mid-teens Colin was fronting his first punk band, Suburban Trash, now known as Road Bones. Armed with a guitar and a strong urge to expand his musical horizons, Colin’s desire to write music has now taken him in a completely different direction: « bar-room » folk. Influenced by the greats, Springsteen, Petty, Dylan, Mike Ness, and many others, Colin’s ability to tell his stories through lyric and melody weaves a rich and inspiring musical tapestry. Although a new player to the folk-rock scene, he has quickly gained attention from both fans and industry alike. Following his debut showcase at CMW in March 2008, Moore has gone on to play a variety of festivals and shows, recently opening two sold-out shows for Joseph Arthur. Colin also recently signed his first licensing deal, placing his song “Friends of Mine” in the television series Family Biz, which airs in both Canada (YTV) and France (France 2 and Canal + Famille). Now signed to Indica Records, Colin is currently in pre-production on his debut CD, which will be released in February '09. The album is being produced by Ryan Battistuzzi (Malajube), and mixed by Mike Fraser (Aerosmith, AC/DC).