Quentin Moore is “The Last Mohican” of southern-style soul. In an era where Black music is dominated by electronic samples and rappers, this avant-garde musician breaks the mold with live instruments, particularly the vintage sound of the Fender Rhodes, which conjures memories of Stevie Wonder and Donny Hathaway. Lyrically, Quentin Moore embraces everyday topics like romantic complexities and brings a feel-good vibe to his audience though each song. He displays his creativity through his return-to-innocence yearnings in “Vintage Love” or his swagger in the sexually-charged tune, “Gimme Some Sugar”....
- You Forgot Your Heart by Chris M. Slawecki
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...There's something about his old-school sensibilities that's appealing in the age of electro beats and Auto Tune. --Hunter Hauk, QuickDFW.com
“Quentin Moore is the pulse of Southern Soul and R and B. With his smooth vocals and heartfelt guitar playing, Moore has the magnetism of a Piped Piper, drawing listeners from the void of emptiness and drowning them into a sea of pure sultry paradise...