|Alma mater||Brooklyn College (BA)|
|Occupation||Record company executive|
|Known for||A&M Records, Zenyatta, Giacomo, Tiago, Madeo|
After graduating from Brooklyn College with a degree in English and serving in the United States 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.
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.
- 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". Archived from the original on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 2012-07-22.
- "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
- "Jerry Moss - Pillar of Achievement - 2011". Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. 2011.