Tony Moore hails from the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia PA, by way of Okinawa, Japan. His experiences have allowed him to hold the amazing titles of songwriter, writer, director, musician, movie supervisor, music arranger, and producer, with much more to follow.
Musically, Tony has worked with many artists including Patti LaBelle, Mya, Common, Marsha Ambrosious, Jazmine Sullivan as well as gospel artists Tye Tribbett , DA T.R.U.T.H, and Deitrick Haddon. He produced “The Greatest Love of All” by Kindred The Family Soul, Beanie Sigel song entitled “No bravery”, and “Hush” by Grammy award-winning artist Usher.
On the big screen, Tony worked with Bill Duke on his film “Cover” starring Leon and Vivica Fox, as well as “Not Easily Broken” with Morris Chestnut, Taraji P. Henson and Jenifer Lewis. His television credits include J.J. Abrams and NBC’s television series “Undercover” with Boris Kodjoe and Mekia Cox. Tony has experience in live production including the “Giving Back to Haiti” relief benefit concert 2010 which featured artists such as Meek Mill, Bilal, Jazmine Sullivan , Kindred The Family Soul, and many more. He is currently working on the movie, “Japanese Asteroids”, VH1’s Save the Music Project pilot