Paul Moore began his agency career in 1975 at Klein's Attractions in Chicago. While there, he booked talent for fairs and special events as well as learning the ins and outs of concert production.
In 1978 he joined the Nashville office of the William Morris Agency as a secretary. Promoted to a talent agent in 1979, and later promoted to the executive level, he helped guide countless careers in Country, Gospel, Contemporary Christian and Pop music.
As part of the senior management team for William Morris and later WME, he was co-head of the office in Nashville for 23 years until passing the baton to the "next generation."
Paul concluded his tenure of 36 years with the Agency in July of 2014, deciding that it was time to move on to the next chapter in his professional life.
He remains active in show business with the formation of PGM Connections, LLC, offering consultation for all facets of the entertainment industry.
He currently teaches at Belmont University as an adjunct professor both in the Curb College of Music Business and the College of Performance and Visual Arts.
In addition to serving as a member of the Board and an Officer for the Academy of Country Music, Paul is a senior member of the Advisory Board for the College of Performance and Visual Arts at Belmont, and continues his association with several trade organizations.
His wife of 37 years, Beth, is a founding member of the ACM Lifting Lives Board of Directors and is currently employed by Vanderbilt Medical Center as Director of Community Relations. They are active in the community and their church and are the exhausted but amused owners of two West Highland White Terriers.