Heather has always been involved in music in one way or another. Her dad. Charlie Reynolds. was a musician for the better part of his life. Her very first experience was as an infant sitting in a car seat on the stage while her father's band played in the Stockyards. Later on she sang in the church choir and at church camps. Through-out middle school and high school she was in the band where she learned to read and play music. After high school. music took a backseat to a family. Heather met her future husband Cisco and got married at age 18. They welcomed their first baby girl. Tynleigh. in December of 2004. followed by their second little girl. Natalie. in February 2007. Needless to say. life was busy for their blooming family.
"It's easier to get lost on a dead end road." Kat Moore wails on "Country Through And Through." the ear-pleasing. Hair-raising first single from her new album Miss Understood. The Dallas native's third album serves notice - Moore and her band mates might be country through and through. But they've developed an edgy rock 'n' roll swagger to accompany their down-home sensibilities. Few country songs begin with distorted banjo notes dancing lazily around a wall of guitar feedback while mumbled conversations ala Pink Floyd brew just beneath the surface.