by John Moran
(DeFuniak Springs Florida)
Singer/songwriter John Moran was born in Athens Alabama. He Moved at an early age to, and was raised, in, Selma Alabama where he entered The U.S. Air Force. He retired in 2004 as a Lieutenant Colonel. John is now pursuing his lifelong dream of songwriting and written hundreds of songs and has numerous recorded songs to his credit, “One-woman Man”, “Autumn Years”, “I’m Not Going to Cry Anymore”, “In-Time”,” Forever”, and “Today’ are just a few of his songs.
John comes from a long line of musicians and has been playing guitar, singing, and writing most of his life starting at age 12. He is a member of The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), and BMI.
John's influence comes from the 60's and 70's music and he still enjoys that type music and those artists from that era along with today's Country.
His heroes in the songwriting business are numerous but include Randy Owen/Teddy Gentry, Bobby Braddock, Jeffrey Steel, Walt Aldridge, and mostly Rachel Thibodeux. Please visit his website at: