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An extraordinarily itinerant journey from a small desert town in Texas to New York’s indie music scene informs Mosley’s sound, which popmatters.com described as, “…no more country than R&B, no more folk than rock.” Nomadic beginnings prepared Mosley for years of constant touring following the release of his debut album, Light & Blood—which NeuFutur Magazine commended as “a heart-felt masterpiece”. The veteran road warrior has more than 2000 headlining dates under his belt, and has opened for notable international artists Kelly Joe Phelps, Cedric Burnside,
Trombone Shorty, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, George Porter, Jr., Jackie Greene, Kaki King, and The Blind Boys of Alabama, among others.
Two studio releases followed up Light & Blood: Charge, in collaboration with indie/jam rocker Jerry Joseph—and his selfreleased EP, X-ING. Mosley is currently self-producing multiple solo projects from sessions in New York, Mississippi, and Australia.
Now living in Melbourne, Mosley has shared the stage with or supported prominent Aussie artists Ian Moss, Tex Perkins, The Pierce Brothers, Hussy Hicks, Minnie Marks, Kallidad, et al.