Apache Moon is an acoustic singing duo that layers three-part vocal harmonies over two guitars. They play covers of songs from the ’60s and ’70s, and they also play some of their own. Ray and T met at an open mic in February of 2011 and instantly recognized their similar tastes and styles. They have played shows including the Johnstown Ethnic Festival, the Heritage Discovery Center, and the Roxbury Bandshell, to name a few. They are now branching out to play wineries and finer restaurants in Pennsylvania and surrounding states.
Known for his expressive voice and his beautiful guitar work, Ray Flores is an accomplished guitarist who was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to a family where nearly everyone sang harmonies and where many played guitar. Early in his career, he made a living in a band that travelled across the greater Southwest. After the birth of his first son, he started work as a welder, but eventually, his job took him to traveling again, this time as a a start up project manager for refineries and power plants in over 30 countries. Currently living in Johnstown, PA, he keeps the steel rolling at the Gautier Steel Mill as its Maintenance Manager.
With her deep, melodic voice and her soulful and occasionally quirky songs, Teresa Fisher grew up in Johnstown listening to country, pop and big band. In her early teens she learned guitar by reading classical and ragtime guitar method books from the Johnstown Library, where she also borrowed records of ’60s and ’70s acoustic singer-songwriters. She lived in Philadelphia for 20 years, then moved back to Central Pennsylvania to be closer to her family in the rural mountains.