Joye B Moore

Artist, entertainer, songwriter, vocalist, actress, author this amazing talent has it all!  Soul and jazz are filling up Richmond with Joye in town. Look out for her live-streamed music show,    Live! with Joye B. Moore    coming in 2019.

Artist, entertainer, songwriter, vocalist, actress, author this amazing talent has it all! Soul and jazz are filling up Richmond with Joye in town. Look out for her live-streamed music show, Live! with Joye B. Moore coming in 2019.

Joye B. Moore is an artist/entertainer, singer-songwriter, speaker, actress, creative visuals producer, and author of memoir "Hopefully Beautiful - I more than survived... I thrived;" and is thrilled as to bring you 'LIVE! with Joye B. Moore', a live-streamed music show coming Summer 2019.

With soul and jazz rhythms, Joye’s music features both powerful and fluttering vocals, patterned nuances and pretty phrasing; the imagery is a true fit to Joye!

Her performances are dynamic and her energy is contagious! Joye fully commits to sharing herself as she renders wonderful interpretations of the songs we love and introduces us to new music! Sure to inspire and entertain, she is moving and has a terrific stage presence and persona that leaves audiences asking… where can we see her again? Book her for your next event and see what we mean!

A winner of Showtime at the Apollo, has performed on TV One, BET, The Word Network, Jazz Festivals across US, and has several songs currently in rotation on the Jazz and Gospel Music Channels. You've seen her act in 'A Raisin in the Sun', 'Mommy Dearest' and several local plays.

Moore was born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, raised in Dallas, Texas, and currently lives in Virginia where she is Operations and Development Officer for an OST (out-of-school-time) System that coordinates consistent, high quality expanded learning opportunities after school for low-income high-stress background middle schoolers; which is close to her heart.  Joye credits an after-school program to her staying current academically, while simultaneously being homeless and eating from dumpsters from age 14 - 17 yrs; affording her the opportunity to graduate high school on-time.  Joye shares this and more of her life-story in her personal memoir Hopefully Beautiful.