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The Mosier Brothers 4/30/11

The Mosier Brothers 4/30/11 facebook.com/pages/The-Mosier-Brothers/203309251452
Written by Roy Kasten
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  • Date Recorded: April 30, 2011
  • Artist / Band: The Mosier Brothers
  • Hosting Show: Deader Than Ever
  • Sound: Dan Kinney

When the history of the jam band is written, the Mosier Brothers, and its leader Rev. Jeff Mosier, will loom large as founding fathers.

As founding members of Blueground Undergrass, Jeff and Johnny Mosier and David Blackmon developed a seductive formula of combining hard-core bluegrass with harder-core rock & roll, spiking tradition with more than just high voltage. As loud as they often played, Blueground Undergrass' improvisation was as intuitive as the finest hard bop combos and just as innovative.

Since retiring (for now) Blueground Undergrass, the three musicians have focused on the new configuration, the Mosier Brothers, retaining that same spirit of festival freedom and community, while putting a greater emphasis on close harmonies, songwriting and more subtle and intricate acoustic arrangements.

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