Moon Trent (born in Turlock, California) is an American singer and songwriter who hails from San Francisco. He is a gay Mexican-American who resides with his partner and creative associate David Cole. He manages timmi-kat ReCoRDS, a California independent micro-label dedicated to releasing music from mostly obscure but predominantly gay and lesbian (queer) artists. Moon Trent has recorded full-length albums with the bands Pale, Brown-Star, The Visitors Kimberly, and The JULIAN before launching a solo career in the new millennium. His first solo offering, a dance version of Hard Candy Christmas (originally by Dolly Parton) was released on 12" vinyl in the United Kingdom in 2001 while Moon lived there. Moon also appears from time-to-time on stage, in television, and on radio as a unique San Franciscan personality. He appeared on television in 1999 and 2004 during E!'s airing of the Howard Stern Show live from New York and Las Vegas. In 2007 Moon Trent released a new single called "Old School Dance". 2012 saw the release of the new CD called "Silver Giraffes".