Artist Spotlight: Betty Moon
Meet multi-talented Betty Moon, a new What's In-Store Music artist whose latest single, "Sound," is just beginning to make a big impression at retail! The Canadian singer-songwriter-producer-filmmaker is now living in Los Angeles and seeing great success in music placement while continuing to connect with her fans around the globe. We're excited to hear more from her upcoming album, Chrome.
Congrats on your latest single, “Sound” (it’s FANTASTIC). Do you have more gems in store (no pun intended) for us soon?
My upcoming album Chrome is fully loaded with gems. We will be taking our time introducing them to the world. "Sound" is just the beginning. You can look forward to the next single to be released in time to be your favorite summer jam!
You’ve had a very successful music career in both Canada and the U.S. What accomplishment has made you the most proud as a musician?
Finding an international audience I never knew was there. Being able to reach fans not only in North America, but around the world.
You’ve been in L.A. for quite some time now. What is your favorite gig spot and why?
The Troubadour is my favorite because of it’s rich history in L.A. Music. It’s a great venue with a beautiful stage, great sound, and incredibly accommodating sound technicians. But more than that, the history makes it magical. Hosting amazing musicians before me like Fiona Apple, Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys, Elton John, Guns n Roses and Fleetwood Mac. Apparently John Lennon was kicked out of the club in the seventies.
What TV/film placement was most exciting for you?
I was very excited to be selected for Dexter. It was a great fit with the show being dark and edgy much like my music.
You are a singer, songwriter, producer, and filmmaker. What discipline is the most challenging and why?
Producing is the most challenging for me because you have to not only focus on the task at hand, but you have to always keep an eye on the bigger picture. To make sure that everything you are working on fits into where it’s supposed to in relation to everything else. There are endless possibilities with a multitude of colors in your palette to choose from. And everything needs to be working at the same time to achieve the desired results. Challenging yet fun. Always.