Expert guitarist Kathy Moore leads two musical lives. In one, she’s the support system, riding shotgun with her devilishly delightful licks as a singer drives, melting faces. In the other, however, Moore fronts the show, bringing her Prog-Punk ethic center stage – and this is very much the case in her latest creative incarnation: the Kathy Moore Super Power Trio.
Comprised of the mad scientist Moore on guitar, steady-yet-nimble bassist Alyssa Martini and thunderous drummer Faith Stankevich, all of whom are Seattle stalwarts, the Kathy Moore Super Power Trio will release its debut record, I Won’t Let The End Of The World Bring Me Down, in fall 2020.
The album, forceful and tight, is as much a scream into the ether as it is a piece of sonic entertainment. On the record, Moore, who was praised by Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready for her wisdom and six-string abilities during a recent collaboration, will demonstrate the strength and pride she’s earned from playing music, all while working with two equally talented Emerald City standouts.
Together, the members of the Kathy Moore Power Trio are set to raise eyebrows, expectations and standards.