Moses Cotton
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Moses Cotton

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Jan
21
Moses Cotton @ Frog Leg Festival

Fellesmere, Florida, USA

Fellesmere, Florida, USA

Jan
20
Moses Cotton @ Exodus Coffee and Culture

Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA

Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA

Jan
08
Moses Cotton @ Smith's Olde Bar

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Moses Cotton is an unusual writer. He is unconcerned with writing a hit song for the latest diva. His songs are life reflections about himself and the people he meets. When I first heard his demo, I put it in the player and went about my business at the office. I was soon distracted by his subtle wit and word choice. Painting verbal pictures of the people he sings about, his words captivate, drawing the listener into his world, sharing his perceptions. I got in touch with him immediately but it was weeks before we met and I saw him perform live. He has a casual elegance in his performance. A deceptive simplicity which draws you in.
Moses tours small venues in the south and does a few shows in Japan each year. He has begun to play festivals and we look forward to a long friendship. - Ken Renales, President


Discography

Album - Junkies & Trailers
distributed by Cubbyhole Records
Streaming Tracks on www.myspace.com/MosesCotton
Album play on college/indie radio stations throughout the Southeast.

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Bio

"With striking lyrics and an unconventional sound developed over 3 decades of wandering from the dirt and gravel backroads, country churches, and honky-tonks of the Old South to the splendors of Europe and mysteries of Asia, Moses Cotton's music can bring to mind the free-roaming style of original bluesman Mississippi John Hurt, the subtle lyrical delivery of Leonard Cohen, and the free-spirited creative genius of Tom Waites. Moses Cotton's songs are written and delivered with such emotional investment and intensity that audiences young or old walk away having heard at least one song that strikes a chord somewhere within and resonates for days after." - The Appalachian Express