Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out

Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out

For over 30 years, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out have been touring and releasing great, original bluegrass music. After spending a handful of formative years as a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver (and recording some legendary bluegrass music in the process), Russell Moore formed IIIrd Tyme Out in 1991 and bluegrass music hasn’t been the same since. IIIrd Tyme Out helped usher in a new era of youthful, energetic bluegrass and established a unique sound that has lasted well into the 21st century. Three decades later, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out are one of bluegrass music’s most-awarded touring bands with over 50 industry accolades to their credit. In 2019, Moore received his 6th Male Vocalist of the Year award from the International Bluegrass Music Association, maintaining the record as their most awarded in that category. With 18 albums and plenty of miles under his belt, Moore is excited about celebrating the band’s 30th Anniversary. “Even with all these years into it we’re just as ready to hit the road and play the music as we were our first day on the road in 1991.”

 

CAREER ACCOLADES

★ 1992 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore

★ 1993 SPBGMA Bluegrass Band of the Year
★ 1993 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1994 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1994 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1994 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1995 IBMA vocal Group of the Year
★ 1995 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1996 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1997 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1997 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1998 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1998 SPBGMA Gospel Group of the Year
★ 1998 SPBGMA Song of the Year – “Working on the Road to Gloryland”
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Instrumental Group of the Year
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Tenor Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Mandolin Player of the Year – Wayne Benson

★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Song of the Year – “Working on the Road to Gloryland”
★ 1998 BN Fans Choice Awards Album of the Year – Living on the Other Side

★ 1998 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1999 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1999 BN Fans Choice Awards Vocal Group of the Year
★ 1999 BN Fans Choice Awards Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 1999 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 2000 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 2000 SPBGMA Bluegrass Album of the Year – Live at the Mac
★ 2000 SPBGMA Bluegrass Mandolin Performer of the Year – Wayne Benson ★ 2000 SPBGMA Bluegrass Fiddle Performer of the Year – Mike Hargrove
★ 2000 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year (Contemporary) – Russell Moore ★ 2000 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year

★ 2001 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 2001 SPBGMA Gospel Group of the Year
★ 2001 SPBGMA Mandolin Player of the Year – Wayne Benson
★ 2002 SPBGMA Vocal Group of the Year
★ 2002 SPBGMA Mandolin Player of the Year – Wayne Benson
★ 2003 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 2003 SPBGMA Entertaining Group of the Year
★ 2004 SPBGMA Gospel Group of the Year
★ 2004 SPBGMA Entertaining Group of the Year
★ 2004 SPBGMA ‘Master’s Gold Award’ – Russell Moore
★ 2004 IMA Country/Bluegrass Album of the Year – Singing On The Streets Of

Gold
★ 2005 SPBGMA Bluegrass Band of the Year
★ 2007 ‘Telly’ Award (P. Williams video production)
★ 2007 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore ★ 2010 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 2011 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 2012 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 2015 SPBMGA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore ★ 2016 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore ★ 2017 Heritage Award – Russell Moore
★ 2018 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore ★ 2019 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore ★ 2019 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore
★ 2020 SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year – Russell Moore