Archive for September 4th, 2017

Dexter Moore – Keys to Life

A South Philadelphia native, you could say music is in Dexter Moore‘s genes. Like many talented musicians, Dexter’s initial exposure began in the church. A product of both ministers and musicians, his dad (a deacon) is a keyboardist/organist, his two brothers are drummers, and his sister sings actively in church. His late mother (an evangelist) also played both the piano and the drums in church.

Dexter, with the encouragement of family and friends, decided to release his own album when the timing was right…and the timing couldn’t have been any better than today. With song ideas created on his DAW over the years, Dexter chose the best ideas to begin constructing full-fledged tunes. Additional writing came by way of his wife and legal coach Toni Moore, Esquire (Everything Will Be Alright), and his business partner and friend Michael Upshaw (The Pace and Early Morning Rise.)

Dexter then brought in musicians to give the album that live and organic feel. The only thing missing was an album title, which was initially called “Keys of Life” from the suggestion of Toni. After thinking about it, Dexter did use it but made a small change and entitled it Keys To Life. Get it at CDBaby.