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"Floord Recognitions"

Special Recognitions
�� Sept. 2004 Performed with national recording artist Big
and Rich
�� Oct. 2004 Jillian’s Band Battle Winner-Louisville
�� 2003 Budweiser True Music Live Representative,
Budweiser Battle of Nashvegas
�� Performed for MTV personnel at Arlene’s Grocery in
New York, NY (2002)
�� Kennedy, Local Shot of the Year 91.7 fm The
Revolution (2002)
�� 2NMC Idol, Nashville Tennessee Music Conference
�� Performed Kanawhapalooza, Charleston West Virginia
Music Conference (2002)
�� Many More upon Request… - floordmusic llc


The Traveling Salvation Show-2005



Floord's music is a soul-filled, down-home, fusion of classic honky-tonk shufflers with contemporary rockin' country. Floord's addictive appeal began on the campus of Western Kentucky University six years ago. When Donny Alvey and Chad Moseley's lead guitars connected with David Rich's powerful control of the bass and Josh Mitcham's vocal strength, they knew they were destined to shake things up.

"The music was just an excuse for us to get together," says Mitcham. "The material that came from that is just the result of our unique chemistry and brotherhood."

Floord has stepped into the country scene by performing alongside some of the hottest acts in country music like Big and Rich, Little Big Town, Mark Wills, Joe Diffie, Kentucky Headhunters and Erica Jo. More than 22,000 fans have visited their Myspace website accumulating nearly 35,000 spins. APA (Agency for the Performing Arts) booking, which works with leading musical acts like Fleetwood Mac, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lenny Kravitz, and Panic! At the Disco, added Floord to their roster.

Their latest CD, The Traveling Salvation Show, includes new crowd anthems Sorry Baby and Brotha Love alongside classic storytelling ballads like Stormchaser. Since their beginning in Bowling Green, KY, Floords sound has been molded into its current "kick in the teeth" country by the addition of drums and the fiery strings of the fiddle. Influenced by artists from the Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes to Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson, their adrenaline fueled rockin country is destined to find its way onto todays charts.

"There are a lot of country music fans who are also rock fans," says Mitcham. "We fill the void that todays Southern Rock fans are looking for in country music."