By Jerry Del Priore
Originally from Kansas City, Kansas and now living in Hong Kong, Todd Warner Moore has penned a diverse catalog of music over his long-standing career as a singer/songwriter.
Presently, Warner Moore is back with his 13th full-length album called Love & Change, a 13-track release, which is folkish in nature and largely driven by acoustic guitar, melodic violin accompaniments and pleasant, sweet and poignant lyrics.
If you’re a fan of music with Irish overtones, such as the ones featured in Song Universal, Golden Life, and the album’s title track, Love & Change, you’ll really enjoy Warner Moore’s Love & Change album.
My favorite song on the album is See That Way, which reminds me of Jack Johnson’s music. Its upbeat tempo, along with backing vocals from Leah Hart, is a nice change of pace from the slower paced tunes on Love & Change.
However, indie music insiders liken Warner Moore to music legends Van Morrison and Bob Dylan. It’s easy to see why, as you can clearly hear his seventies’ musical influence throughout Love & Change.
Too Late is another quality song, with very real and relatable lyrics, and Move In features a cool, twangy country music feel, with fantastic steel guitar work from Roberto Diana.
You can hear more of his music on Spark, his 12th full-length album, which was released in 2018.
For more information on Todd Warner Moore and to hear his music, log onto his Website at ToddWarnerMoore.com, follow him on Twitter, listen to him on Bandcamp and Soundcloud, and watch his music videos on his Youtube Channel.