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Moss Bluff


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"American Eagle Campus Comedy Challenge Featuring Moss Bluff"

Moss Bluff's "Sharpes Ferry Road" was the official music featured at the American Eagle Campus Comedy Challenge in March '07. For more info, check out - American Eagle Outfitters

"Kung Fu Horror Theater"

Moss Bluff played Los Angeles local cable show "Kung Fu Horror Theater" on Friday, Jan. 26th, 2007.

Re-airings of the show will be seen throughout southern California, from Barstow and Bakersfield all the way to the OC, reaching over 2.5 million viewers. - Time Warner Cable - LA, CA

"Sharpes Ferry Road Review"

“...There's quite a bit of variety here - some really mellow tunes and
some full-on lights-out rockin' ones. The rhythm grooves
are interesting and unique.... yeah, this rules!”

-Alex Del Zoppo “Sweetwater” - Alex Del Zoppo

"Moss Bluff Featured on "Evil Bong" Soundtrack"

Moss Bluff’s “Ribbons” has been
featured on the 2006 Charles Band
Film “Evil Bong” Starring Tommy Chong.
Other artists on the soundtrack include:
Insane Clown Posse
Kottonmouth Kings
Volume 10 and Turtle Man
Sen Dog from Cypress Hill

Soundtrack available on
Lakeshore Records - Lakeshore Records

"'Full Circle'"

From the name of their group and debut CD, Moss Bluff boasts of its deep Ocala-area roots. Founding members Hugh Price and Travis Knight grew up in Ocala, attending Grace Episcopal School and first began performing at Grace Church. That was followed by the high school band Gypsy Hippo and regular Marion County area gigs.

Much has changed for Price (vocals/guitar) and Knight (vocals/bass), both now 26. With a move to Los Angeles almost three years ago, the duo added drummer Mitch McKinley to the group now known as Moss Bluff. Teaming up with Grammy Award-winning record producer Paul McKenna, the group released its debut CD, Sharpes Ferry Road, in late 2006. There have been two successful national tours and a tour to England this past fall.

Though their music has been influenced by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, and Smashing Pumpkins, Moss Bluff has created its own unique sound.

“Through our music, we wanted to make sure that the love for our hometown came through,” says Price, who with Travis co-wrote and co-produced the CD. “All of the songs on Sharpes Ferry Road, whether they’re about love, heartbreak, or loss, are about growing up in Florida.”

The CD’s first single, “Ribbons,” was featured on the soundtrack for the Charles Band horror/comedy movie Evil Bong, starring Tommy Chong. The second single, “The Dancer,” is currently receiving airplay. Hard pressed to pick a favorite, Price finally goes with “Sleepless Mornings,” saying he likes “the country feel to it.”

But it is “Jesus and Mama Always Loved Me” that really brings it home for Moss Bluff. Written by Price, the song features second and fourth graders from Grace Episcopal singing the last verse.

“Getting to visit with our music teacher, Mrs. Whitehouse, and including the students from Grace Episcopal was very important to us,” says Price. “It really makes the CD come full circle to where we began our musical journey.”

-JoAnn Guidry - Ocala Style Magazine


Sharpes Ferry Road
Made Marion Records

Evil Bong Motion Picture Soundtrack
Lakeshore Records

North South Clothing Presents: A One Night Stand
North South Clothing Co.

Support the Troops 2007
Independantly Released

*Coming Summer 2008*

Boxed In
Made Marion Records

Sorority Hoarse
Made Marion Records



"If I could have just one wish, it would be to wake up to your songs in the morning."

"music that makes the world sweeter!"

"eclectic and original"

Moss Bluff was founded by childhood friends from Florida, Travis Knight and Hugh Price. The band currently resides in the East Hollywood neighborhood of Little Armenia, in Los Angeles. In 2006, Moss Bluff teamed up with multi-Grammy-winning producer, Paul McKenna. McKenna co-produced, engineered, and mixed their debut LP, “Sharpes Ferry Road."

Immediately after the SFR release, the band hit the road for a self booked, managed, and funded tour throughout the Southern United States to their home state Florida, from which the name “Moss Bluff” is derived. 3 National tours later, Moss Bluff has proved to be one of the hardest working, down-home bands in the industry.

With influences ranging from classics like Hendrix, Zeppelin, and Floyd to alternative sounds of Pearl Jam, Pumpkins, and Sublime, Moss Bluff has created a familiar sound, yet completely their own.

Moss Bluff is back in the studio recording their sophomore independent LP, followed by another tour through the US summer '08.

Keep your ears peeled if you are headed to Austin for the festival week in March, Orlando for FMF in April, and NYC for showcases in May, and some local LA club dates throughout the spring....¡Mas Bluff, por favor!

featuring musical appearances by

Oliver Future drummer, Jordan Richardson
Rose's Pawn Shop's Sebastian "Seabass" St. John on violin and mandolin
The Waco Tragedies' frontman Brian Wright on organ, lap steel, and mandolin
New West drummer, Blake Durst
Currents drummer, Ryan Williams.

Publicist: Dawn Kamerling, The Press House, NYC