MOSS EYE

MOSS EYE

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Moss Eye is an up-beat classic rock and blues mix that audiences find familiar and refreshing.

Biography

Since 1997, Moss Eye a local classic rock blues band based in Maltby, Washington has been providing entertaining original written music that captivates both old and young alike.

The band originally formed by Jamey Roberts and Russell Schuh has remained rock solid even though the band has undergone musical and line-up changes. In 2001, Joe Andrews became the newest member of the band, and thus ignited a new stream of high tempo song writing. With these changes Moss Eye is able to provide a steady dose of the classic rock blues sound that everyone enjoys to hear.

The Moss Eye sound is an up-beat classic rock and blues mix that audiences find familiar and refreshing. Moss Eye has always been known to play an energetic and appropriate show no matter what the occasion. Whether wowing crowds at The Roxy Theater or the Experience Music Project, exciting kids at local youth groups, or providing low key entertainment at a Star Bucks Location.

Moss Eye is not just a band but a musical experience that has been and will be enjoyed by people of all ages from all walks of life.

Discography

1999 CD titled, “Inside Out” 12 all original songs.
2000 CD titled, “As it May Appear” an acoustic side of Moss Eye.
2002 Wrote theme song for N.W. UFC Champion Boyd Ballard titled, “No Tears.”
2003 CD titled, “MOSSPHONIC” 16 all new original songs.

Set List

A mix of original written music with a few cover tunes on the side. Typical length for a set is 12 to 14 songs from 45 minutes to an hour. Cover tunes mostly classic tunes Jimi Hendrix, Elvis, The Kinks, and Cash.