LEO Magazine Reader's Choice Award for 2004: "Louisville Latenite", "Best Local Cable-Access Show."
Kentuckiana rocker Patrick Moore opened up the national NORML "Here for Good" conference finale bash at Washington D.C.'s exclusive "Velvet Lounge" (Saturday night, November 14, 1998). Patrick's anthem Heaven Sent was enthusiastically received by the crowd in attendance and set the stage for headliners Brewer & Shipley. Photos may be forthcoming.
"I have often referred to Moore's
songs as being dangerous," says Ken Clay,
director of Cultural Diversity at the Kentucky Center for the Arts,
"which means they are infectious & make you think how beautiful
the world would be with peace & love between people & nations."
-- The Louisville Couier-Journal
"Eclectic, contagious...a hunk of rock'n roll & new age with
a big clump of folk & a bit of country tossed in!"
-- Brenda K. White, The Entertainer
"The message is non-violence"
-- Tom Chiat, The Indianapolis Star
"a cross between rock'n roll & new age"
-- Shirley Williams, The Louisville Courier-Journal
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