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"Aaron Moses truly wears his influences on his sleeve - Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Wilco, The Band, Ryan Adams, etc. and comes up with a sound mixing Folk/Roots/Country Rock with a contemporary sound that works quite well. Fans of all of the artists above as well as 90's acts such as The Wallflowers and Counting Crows would be wise to invest in listening to the songs of Mr. Moses especially the excellent "Strong As A Hurricane" which mixes in acoustic and electric guitars, Dylan/Springsteen sounding organ work and the obligatory harmonica. The song is very well executed and written and has a solid, rootsy organic feel. While it has 60's influences, it also sounds like today and seems well-suited for a film or TV soundtrack. A very strong song. "Stay" is a mellower tune with a slower pace that nonetheless has effectiveness with those strained vocals and well written lyrics"
"As a Hoosier, I can really appreciate Aaron Moses... you will, too. His style is uniquely his own, yet it will remind you of other music you already love. It's rootsy and folky, but still rocks. An excellent songwriter, with a recognizable lead vocal, and really sweet production."