Her inspiration for her music can be found everywhere, but she bases it on life. Whether it’s from things she saw in a dream, a silly statement made by her kids, Moon is always picking up verses from observing. She notes that when you observe enough, you can get inspired by a raindrop on your forehead. When asked about any major goals for her musical journey, Moon Newbill’s main objective is to make good music. She elaborates, stating that she wants to create music that people can feel. With her love to perform, she wants to continue to do so and get out there more so her destiny can come full circle. She dreams of one day making exciting music with the likes of Missy Elliot, Pharrell, and Cee-Lo Green.
Be it that HERA Fest is for women of all ages coming together and supporting one another, but also placing special emphasis on the younger generation, Moon Newbill has a special message that she wants to share with the crowd. “It’s never too late to manifest your dreams. People put a time frame on women to accomplish things before they become mothers, spouses, or before they turn a certain age. Then it’s over for you. When it’s your time, no one can take it away, disrupt or destroy it except for you. I was told to stop performing when I became a mother. I went into labor after a show with my first child, and I do what I do because of them. They need to see me keep going.”
Moon Newbill is the epitome of dancing to the beat of one’s own drum. Her music has been years in the making because Moon wanted a sound that was unequivocally hers. Her message aligns with ProjectHERA perfectly since at ProjectHERA, they “show girls that there are no limits to what they can play or do and teach the importance of listening to and supporting each other while providing a creative outlet.” Moon Newbill will be one of the dozens of acts included in the all-ages female fueled music festival. In a traditionally male-dominated industry, HERA Fest is all about celebrating, promoting, and empowering women and girls and Moon Newbill will do just that. Get ready to dance and to be inspired and in the words of Mrs. Newbill, baby come through!