Peewee Moore


Within a genre somewhere between Waylon Jennings, and Bill Monroe, Peewee Moore is an acclaimed Honkytonk/Outlaw Country Singer/Songwriter. He tours around on an endless string of one night stands playing beer joints, dance halls, festivals, and theaters. As an equally accomplished band leader, songwriter and musician Peewee tours either solo acoustic, as a duo, or with his 3 piece band "Peewee Moore & The Awful Dreadful Snakes"

Born and raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Rainforest just across the TN border in Fort Oglethorpe, GA, Peewee spent most of his time haunting the streets of Chattanooga TN playing many of his first shows in, and around the "Choo Choo" city. Peewee spent the consecutive years making a name for himself as an accomplished picker, and songwriter throughout the Southeast.

With the gift of raw talent, and showmanship Peewee has been fortunate enough to be able to share the stage with several of his hero's, as well as some of outlaw country, americana, and rockabilly's most well known, and recieved acts such as Kris Kristofferson, Billy Joe Shaver, David Allen Coe, Ralph Stanley, Dwight Yoakam, Charlie Daniels, Dicky Betts, Cowboy Jack Clement, Steve Earle, Dale Watson, Red Simpson, Shooter Jennings, James McMurtry, Junior Brown, Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Chris Knight, Todd Snyder, Wanda Jackson, The Blasters, Deke Dickerson, Lee Rocker, Southern Culture On The Skids, Unknown Hinson, Scott H. Biram, Bobby Bare Jr, and countless others.

Peewee Moore's music is broadcast on Sirius/XM's Outlaw Country Channel as well as many different AM & FM stations, internet radio, and podcast's worldwide. A quick search on the internet will bring up many facets not disclosed here. To book a show, or for material request contact Nicki Moore, ,, and phone:423-580-0236.


October 1999 to February 2001:
Peewee played lead guitar/backup vocals with Multi-Gold Record Songwriter Roger Alan Wade who has had his songs recorded by Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Bobby Bare, Hank Williams Junior, and Willie Nelson, and more. Roger Alan Wade now hosts a popular weekly satellite radio show with his cousin, and creator of MTV's Jackass "Johnny Knoxville" For more info go to

February 2001 to July 2007:
Peewee Moore was a quarter, and founding member of acclaimed Southeastern U.S. Regional touring act "The Tennessee Rounders" Garnering their hometown CIA Awards (Chattanooga Independent Artists) the last year in five catagories Best Live Show, Best Country Or Bluegrass Band, Album Of The Year (Peewee wrote 8 out of the 16 original tracks) Single Of The Year, Nickajack Dam (a murder ballad Peewee wrote about a historic nearby dam) and Best Acoustic Duo.

July 2007:
Peewee Moore left The Tennessee Rounders to develop his solo career, and has been touring non stop solo acoustic, and with his band.

July 2009:
Peewee released his 1st solo album "The Leaving Side Of Gone" with 12 original songs which he Co-produced with 9 Gold/Platinum credited recording engineer Jeff Coppage who has worked on Albums for Hank Williams JR, Widespread Panic, Nanci Griffith, Conway Twittie, Robert Earle Keen, Cher, Alan Jackson, and many, many more. For more info go to

November 2009:
Peewee was nominated for an FYI Award for "Best Country Act" put on by The Chattanooga Times Free Press, and voted on by the people of Chattanooga a city just shy of a half million residents. For more info go to

December 31st 2009:
"The Leaving Side Of Gone" was listed as the sole honorable mention for best albums of the year 2009 in the Chattanooga Times Free Press..

December 2010:
Peewee's Album "The Leaving Side Of Gone" was included in a short list of essential albums of 2010 by Article at

June 2012:
Peewee released his 2nd full length album "Making Sure The Story's Being Told' to much acclaim.

October 2012:
Peewee and his band The Awful Dreadful Snakes complete their longest tour to date spanning 6 solid months, 31 states, and 60,000 miles!

November 2013:
Peewee is nominated for a 2014 Ameripolitan Award in the "Best Male Outlaw" catagory alongside School Of Hard Knocks alumni Roger Alan Wade, Billy Don Burns, Unknown Hinson, and Jesse Dayton. Ameripolitan Music is the brainchild of Honky Tonk Hero Dale Watson, Ameripolitan is a new music genre that encompasses all styles of traditional roots music. Dale like many others was tired of what the term "Country Music" means to the general population so he decided to put his money where his mouth was, and offer an alternative avenue for artist, and fans that are disgruntled by the current state of "mainstream" country music. X