Three Blind Moose
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Three Blind Moose

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The best kept secret in music


" for the song "Lifepost" (the CD just came out, real press reviews are on the way)"

Hootie Cougar Melancholy?
This song has a real small town folky feel to it. The singer constantly reminded me of John Cougar Mellencamp throughout this nicely arranged piece of music. I really liked the twangy sound the guitars lent to the song, that to me was the centerpiece to this arrangement. The performance was nice and tight with the singer putting forth real emotion into his vocal stylings. Drums were solid and mixed very well with the rest of the musicians. Very well done. Keep up the good work. - JayRog


"Cross on Route Nine is the debut CD.
"Burn Me Out", included in the audio samples, is an out take from the disk and will be rerecorded for the next CD which is allready in the works.
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Eric (guitar), Alan (bass) became good friends with Joe (drums) in Mrs. Hand’s kindergarten class. The three met Jeffery shortly after high school and realized they were on to something. After several different band configurations and some amount of traveling the Band was able to fully dedicate themselves to the music once band members Eric and Alan moved back to Western Massachusetts from schools and jobs out of state, particularly Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Three Blind Moose finally became firmly established in 2000.
On March first of 2003 the band released their debut CD "Cross on Route Nine". Much of the writing/ arranging for this album was done during rehearsal sessions in a run down cabin off Route 9 in Williamsburg MA (see above left)where singer/ songwriter/ guitarist Jeffery Hollen endured a couple of long cold winters.