The Art of Healing Through Music
Gospel recording artist Joshua Moore released his new single, "I Love You" on May 24, 2016. This exciting new single is expected to be a success. Moore's urban contemporary sound is certain to gain interest across the world. The development of his unique style is a result of a lifetime of musical influence. Moore's influencers include contemporary artists Mali Music, Leandria Johnson, JJ Hairston, and the styling's of Kim Burrell.
Moore was born in Elkhart, Indiana and began singing at the of five in his church choir. His first solo was, "I Love to Praise Him." At age six, Moore joined the Elkhart Boys Choir where under the tutelage of Joseph Eppink; his technique flourished. It was here where Moore began to travel the nation to sing. He even sang at the White House during the Clinton Administration. At the age of 16, after ending his stint with the Elkhart Boys Choir, he became the praise and worship leader for the next two years at Garment of Praise World and Outreach Ministries.
While in college, Moore became a member of the Vincennes University Choir, Essence of Worship. In 2008, Moore graduated from college and moved to Toledo, Ohio. While in Ohio, he joined a community choir, Garment of Praise, the choir was able to open for National Gospel Recording Artists Rance Allen, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, and Tye Tribbett. In 2009, Moore relocated to Louisiana to pursue his musical career. As a member of the Voices of Heaven Mass Choir, Moore was able to open for Ricky Dillard, Martha Munizzi, Ernest Pugh, and Marvin Sapp. In 2011, Moore released his debut single, "Anthems of Healing." That same year, he was a two time Rhythm of Gospel Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of Year for the single, "So Glad to be Here."
Moore's new single, "I Love You," is his personal testimony after having to relocate to Houston, TX after a hurricane destroyed everything he had. Joshua states, "Its a reminder that when you go through life's many storms, it is important to remember the love that God has for you."