Gene Moore

He was a baseball prodigy. At the age of fifteen, Gene Moore was a boy, playing like a man, in a game where men, play like boys.

Headed for baseball stardom with the Brooklyn Dodgers, his destiny was interrupted by
Pearl Harbor.
His life... and
maybe our
would be
forever altered.

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Matt Meyer

Known for being a gifted and explosive guitar player, Matt Meyer lends an honest and heartfelt voice to this emotionally driven song. Matt started to learn to play guitar, with no formal training, at the age of 16. He uses his guitar to express raw emotion in a way that his audience can really feel. Beginning with blues and rock, he later moved on to folk, hip-hop and the many other styles of music that have influenced his life. "He makes audiences explode into screaming applause and cry in their hands….. Matt Meyer will definitely continue to touch audiences and gain ground in the music industry".

"Field of Broken Dreams" (written by Pat Hegewald, Jamie Cairo and Matt Meyer) was inspired by the acclaimed book "Playing with the Enemy" by Gary W. Moore (www.playingwiththeenemy.com).

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