About Jim Moore/The Animal Band

  • Multiple critically acclaimed albums including: NAMMY AWARD WINNER - MUSIC RECORDING OF THE YEAR (Animal Rock)
  • Featured in the Reader’s Digest book – ” The Best Life Stories”
  • Author of “The All Animal Band” children’s book, Blether Review Gold Award, Accelerated Reader List
  • Poet - “Our Starting Place“, “The Builders of Sandcastles
  • First recipient of the prestigious MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT EXCELLENCE AWARD presented by Hillary Clinton and other members of the U.S. Congress
  • Two-Time EMMY AWARD Nominee
  • Numerous “KEY TO THE CITY” presentations for supporting educational programs, and fundraising for numerous charities
  • The only independent recording artist to sell out 5 consecutive shows at the world renowned Grand Ole Opry House
  • Created the first film produced for audience participation in cinemas:  Imagination Dance (Regal Cinemas – 2003)
  • Songs Adopted by Organizations as Theme songs: I Like Reading a Book” – National Literacy Campaign,  You Better Wear a Helmet” – National Head Injury Foundation, “Recycle Everyday Recycling Initiatives North America,  “911” – Safety Programs North America, “Dreams” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr – Day of Service.
  • Featured on hundreds of television shows including; ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, COMEDY CENTRAL NETWORK (DAILY SHOW), CNN, VH-1, TNN, NICKELODEON, PBS TV (One - hour special), WARNER BROTHERS NETWORK, BRAZIL CHILDREN’S TELEVISION, CHILDREN’S LIFELINE TELETHON.
  • Over 2200 Newspaper/Periodical Features including: Associated Press International, Nickelodeon Magazine, Billboard Magazine, Amusement Business, Boys Life, Child Magazine, Country America Magazine, European Family, Disney’s Family Fun Magazine, Guitar Player’s Magazine, Hollywood Reporter, Lifestyles, NEA, Las Vegas Mercury Magazine, Gibson USA News, Las Vegas News, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, NAPS,  NPR, Parents, PTO Today, USA Today, Video Today Magazine.

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