|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
|Occupation||Record company executive,|
|Known for||A&M Records, Zenyatta, Giacomo, Tiago, Madeo|
After graduating with a degree in English from Brooklyn College and a stint in the Army, Moss began his music career by promoting "16 Candles", a hit for the Crests on Coed Records. In 1960 he moved to California where he teamed up with Alpert, forming Carnival Records in 1962 and running the company from an office in Alpert's garage. Discovering that the name was already taken, they dubbed their new-found company A&M Records.
Thoroughbred horse racingEdit
Jerry Moss, is a longtime horse breeder  and owner who received the largest ever first-place purse from the Kentucky Derby in 2005 after the victory of the first horse he had ever entered in that race, Giacomo.
Giacomo was named in honor of a friend of theirs, rock musician Sting, who has a son by the same name. The colt's dam was named Set Them Free, a reference to Sting's song "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free".
Like Giacomo, Jerry named another runner after a connection to The Police. Zenyatta, a half-sister to the multiple grade I winner Balance, was purchased as a $60,000 yearling at the Keeneland Sales in September 2005. Zenyatta retired with only one loss and a record 20-19-1-0. Zenyatta is the only female horse ever to win the Breeders' Cup Classic. In 2010 she was American Horse of the Year.
- A&M Records to release 50th anniversary album
- Jerry Moss of A&M Records on His Career in Music, Part 2 of 7: Meeting Herb Alpert
- "Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss". Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2017-10-11.
- "Sting presents award at the 2006 Rock And Roll Of Fame Inductions in New York..." sting.com. Retrieved 2017-10-11.
- California Thoroughbred Horsemen Honor Ann & Jerry Moss April 24, 2006 GregsonFoundation.com
- A&M Records' Jerry Moss Named to CHRB
- Zenyatta stings El Encino rivals - NTRA Archived 2008-01-17 at the Wayback Machine