Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour?
Let’s Get Tight is our new Dave Graney and Clare Moore Album ,recorded over the last year ,each song recorded and released separately, one per month.
Dave Graney and I are also playing a show on Saturday June 3rd with the Coral Snakes at MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda.
What’s your favourite work at this point in time?
I’m digging playing with the Coral Snakes,slamming out those great songs with Robin Casinader, Rod Hayward and Stu Thomas and watching Dave bust several moves sans guitar. He can really cut a rug!
Tell us a quick, on the road or studio, anecdote.
On our recent tour of NSW, I played drums, sang, played vibes, keyboard and percussion, sometimes more than one at a time!!!
What, or who, inspires you?
I am greatly influenced by the music of television and film,particularly that of the ‘60s and 70s from the US, UK and Italy,…I really like Italian horror movies.
Which song do you wish you wrote?
I wish I had written the theme to the film The Ipcress File, one of John Barry’s finest.
What’s next for you?
Dave and I have been asked to write music for a horror film directed by Donna McRae called Lost Gully Road
I’m working on a new band project with Jane Dust and Emily Jarrett called Routines..
And I shall start on my next solo album shortly..
What’s your scene?
The Dames (feat Clare Moore) ..”All Mine”
About Clare Moore
Clare Moore plays and has played with Dave Graney for many years – from the Moodists to the Coral Snakes and now the mistLY – with her debut solo cd “the third woman” released on Chapter Music in 2002 and then“liquor” in 2005. Then recorded her songs with the DAMES on their self titled album. She has played drums on more than 30 albums.
Clare Moore also plays vibes with Alyce Platt and drums with Harry Howard and the NDE and has been involved in writing and recording for film and tv..