Fabian Michael Moran- Vocals/Guitar/Piano

Jake Wilburn- Bass/Vocals

Chris Goodson- Drums/Vocals

Cameron O'Reilly- Lead Guitar/Vocals

Nick Schaefer- Keys/Guitar/Sax/Aux

“There’s as many atoms in a single molecule of your DNA as there are stars in the typical galaxy. We are, each of us, a little universe.” - Neil deGrasse Tyson

"A Culture of Kindness"

Our band, our music, and our shows are about love, respect, and experiencing something beautiful together. Our mission is to be all inclusive, where strangers come together and bond over this thing we call the human experience.

"One Sets"

One sets are exactly as they sound. Generally traditional rock bills where we perform 45 min-1 hr with 2 to 3 other bands. Separate from our "Party of Unison" concerts where we generally perform 2 to 3 hours.

"the party of unison"

Our unique, grass roots promoted concert series. Special one-off events, filled with surprises, great music, guest performers and artistic partners. An evening where everyone is welcome and encouraged to get know one another. These nights are extra special, never miss a second set!


We want to bring a unique listening experience to our studio recorded work. Each recording is released in pairs. Our first record "Everything is Nothing" was released as 2 disc set. Our sophomore release "The Riot Collection" will be released as a 4 song EP and 9 song LP.  Takes on this format will continue to be our goal.


Little Universe formed in 2017. Rooted in both East Texas and the DFW metroplex, they have quickly made a name for themselves as one of the more solid Texas outfits and have performed on many stages across the state. They pack a versatile arsenal of music, deeply influenced by '60s and '70s classic rock, all the way to modern acts. Comparisons drawn have been very diverse, with fans and peers citing similarities to bands such Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Eagles, and The Allman Bros, as well as popular "culture" bands such as The Grateful Dead, Phish, and Pink Floyd. They move between riff rock, classic ballads, and trippy space numbers with ease, coining the phrase, "Half Texan, Half Spacedust." They never call themselves a "jam" band, but rather, "A band that jams." Their wide range is a huge source of pride, and they have high hopes that a new generation of listeners can appreciate the organic process of songwriting and musicianship many of the early rock bands hung their hats on.