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That's what Brandon Flowers, lead singer of The Killers, said to an arena of 10,000 people earlier this year. Andrew had just finished drumming a song with the band after being called up out of the audience during their sold out show at Mohegan Sun. He had brought a sign to the concert which read "Can I play drums (please)?" and it worked, thus fulfilling a lifelong dream.


Andrew Moore has had a passion for drumming since early childhood. From banging on paint cans, to getting his first drum set at 3 years old, Andrew had a growing love for the instrument and began taking lessons at age 9. Growing up in Middletown, CT, he quickly began playing in front of his church's 200 member congregation. At Xavier High School, Andrew played drums in the Jazz I ensemble, with whom he traveled to compete in the Berklee High School Jazz Festival in 2012. 

Andrew formed his own group in 2012, indie rock/folk trio Off The Trolley, for which he sang lead vocals from behind the drum set, wrote lyrics, and handled band management and booking. The group opened for national acts, released two albums, and was featured on local TV, local festivals, and independent radio stations across the US.

During his time at Roger Williams University, Andrew co-founded hard rock quartet Auburn Row. Auburn Row played up and down the east coast, including a CT opening slot for nu-metal legends, Taproot. He filled in with various other bands, and played drums and percussion in several musical theatre productions. Declining further national and international tour offers from various groups, Andrew completed college in 2016 with an architectural degree and a music minor. 

In early 2017, Andrew co-founded two new groups. Tier, a 4-piece post-rock band, released two EP's and opened for touring acts including Wicca Phase Springs Eternal and TWIABP, before their break up in 2019. Dizzie Pocket, a 4-piece live hip-hop band, has released two EP's and several singles, and opened for national acts including Chris Webby. Andrew also drummed and sang for The Black Tie Affair, a 7-piece wedding band. Since 2020, Andrew has been the touring/live drummer for Nashville-based SMG recording artist Frankie Justin, with whom he has opened for Dylan Scott, Gary LeVox (Rascal Flatts), and many others. In 2021, Andrew joined established NJ folk rock band Hodera, and appears on their new full length record, Dear Friend, released this year on Lonely Ghost Records. The group completed several successful tours in 2023. 


Andrew currently resides in CT and continues to fill in with bands in the Northeast. He has the ability to record from home and can also be booked as a session drummer at Lunara Studios in Lyme, CT. Andrew is currently seeking further tour opportunities, as well as pursuing industry mentoring and expansion of his network, which already includes ties to Nashville, Los Angeles, and New York. 



Gretsch Drums

Ludwig Drums

Zildjian Cymbals

Dream Cymbals

Gibraltar Hardware

Promark Drumsticks

Remo Drumheads

Roland Electronics

Apple Computers


Major music focuses: rock, pop, indie/alternative, country, folk, R&B, and funk.

Andrew Moore photo by Evan Barcello

Photo by Evan Barcello

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