Since setting out in 1998 from the streets of Chattanooga Tennessee on what has turned out to be a journey of epic proportions, Cecil Allen Moore has followed an Outlaw Country dream around the world by plane, train, motor coach, ship and Harley-Davidson both by himself, and with his rowdy friends along for the ride. 


When Cecil Allen Moore isn't providing his Twangy Lead Guitar, and Background Harmonies to Songwriting greats, and Outlaw Country Legends Roger Alan Wade, or David Allan Coe, you can bet that he is out there somewhere in his vintage tour bus with his family living the true life of a hillbilly road scholar. 


While spending years studying under solid country gold songwriters Moore has walked away a story teller who has not bent nor bowed to perform the music he creates to rowdy international audiences everywhere. Cecil Allen Moore has had no mainstream commercial success because he has never pursued any. He does his music, for himself. A true Country Music Outlaw. It’s his staunch stance against the corporate music industry that has brought Cecil closer, and allowed him to hang out with, and share the stage with so many legends that are both heroes, and peers alike such as Kris Kristofferson, Billy Joe Shaver, David Allan Coe, Charlie Daniels, Dickie Betts, Steve Earle, Roger Alan Wade, Dwight Yoakum, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Hank Williams JR, and many many more!


Cecil has been touring professionally in the United States since 1998, and Europe since 2015. His music is played on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio, and over 1,000 am/fm stations world wide. 


CAM has released 3 Original Solo Albums with a forthcoming almost ready to announce, 2 albums with former project The Tennessee Rounders, and appeared on countless other recordings for both vocal, and instrumental accompaniment. 


In 2017 nine of his original recordings appeared in a country music film titled Buckshot The Movie. 


He currently tours with his band which includes his Wife, Nicki on Bass. Nicki was former Roger Alan Wade, and DAC Band Bassist, and his longtime friend, and drummer Robert “Duke” Ivy who is also a former DAC Band Drummer.