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The Move

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States | SELF

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States | SELF
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The best kept secret in music


"The Colony this month"

"For those of you in the Tulsa area that love jazzy jamband music, then dont miss The Move playing at downtown t-town's favorite bicycle and beer joint, the Sounpony. Bart Taylor is the lead (and only.) guitarist in this amazingly tight little trio and he has got licks to spare while he soars above the wind beneath his wings, Ken Lane on bass. This guy drops more bombs than a Republican administration and keeps the precise and hypnotic beat along with six-armed drummer Tyler Hearn. These guys are reminiscent of John Scofield and medeski, martin & wood, while retaining a soul as original and unique as the guy who invented Fruit Roll-ups." - Porter Ragnus, The Current v.5 no. 12 December 2008 .. - The Current


Shed Sets EP-5 tracks recorded at Cheese Factory Studios

Shed Sets Live at Easter Island Festival 2010-recorded live @ Easter Island 2010



The Move (aka: The Move Crew, The Move Band, The Move Trio, The Move Trio +1+1, whatever you want to call it) first started in the heat of the Oklahoma summer with a couple high school buddies, Ken Lane, Bart Taylor, and Mason Sears, making weird music in an art shack-turned-house over off Harvard; trying to beat the hottest part of the day by jamming in the morning. After that, the band went thro...ugh a slight roster change; Brent Masters, former drummer of the Agony Scene sitting in on the skins for a time before handing off the sticks to Bart & Ken's old highschool buddy Tyler Hearn. The band has since recorded an EP with producer Nick Bernson of the Moai Broadcast entitled "Shed Sets: Volume 1". The Move boys have also become regulars at The Colony in addition to playing Tulsa-roots music festivals such as Backwoods Bash, Boulder Fest, and Easter Island Music Festival. Though shows have been played, recordings have been made, and dues have been paid, the true essence of The Move crew has been having fun making music with friends. The music even comes second to the unity.