“The band plays exceptional Chicago style electric blues. Members of both the Inland Empire Blues Society in Spokane and, the Walla Walla Blues Society rave about Tuck Foster & The Mossrites!”
“Tuck Foster is an amazing performer. I love his energy...he has put together a band that is dollar for dollar among the best in the region. Count me in on the Tuck Foster and the Mossrites fan club! ~Dave Nichols "Untapped Blews & Brews Festival"”
“Tuck Foster and the Mossrites invaded "Bluz at the Bend" March 8th & 9th, and "Blues Now and Then" was there to record the event. Tuck and his band play some serious classic and original blues music! Tuck's voice is one of the best in the business. Catch this band during the upcoming festival season...they'll be around.”
“This year we add a new category: “Best Blues Performer,” Male or Female. This was added to single out any performer who ‘just knocked your socks off,’ someone who always gives a memorable performance. This could be a guitarist, saxophone, harmonica, singer, or anything. A performer who just stands out during a performance. This year’s nominees are TUCK FOSTER, Ray Roberson,and Janice “JJ” White. TUCK certainly provides a memorable performance, and accepted his award with humility.”
“Article Title: REDEFINE THE WORD FAVORITE AT A BLUES FESTIVAL.. "Also up was new favorite, Tuck Foster & The Mossrites." Full Article on Page #18”
“I've been a fan of TUCK FOSTER for years. His voice, sounding whiskey-drenched and honest as hell, delivers each song with force and passion. With his new band, The Mossrites, I expect to watch as great things happen. The band is very solid behind his vocals & harp playing, I know we'll be seeing a lot of this terrific group. From bars & juke joints, to festivals both small and large, Tuck Foster & The Mossrites will fire things up!! "Biggdaddy" Ray Hansen ~former President of the Walla Walla Blues Society”
“The “Best Blues Harmonica” nominees were TUCK FOSTER, Carl Rey, and Bob Tortorici. Chip Busch garnered this award in 1995 & 1996, then again in 1998; Dan Frasu in 1997 and again in 2003; Carl Rey made Hall of Fame for his 1999 through 2001 wins; Charlie Butts in 2002; and Don Millard in 2004. TUCK FOSTER wins, and humbly accepts the award!”
“Nominated for "Best Male Blues Vocalist" are Pat Barclay, Sammy Eubanks, and TUCK FOSTER. Sammy Eubanks was also nominated last year. Three very different vocalists! Chip Busch won in 1995, 1996, 1998; Dan Frasu in 1997; Sammy Eubanks in 1999, 2000, and 2002; Carl Rey in 2001;, Pat Coast in 2003 & 2004. El Presidente Carl Speer accepted the award on behalf of Pat Barclay.”
"TUCK FOSTER on harp and vocals is a huge enhancement to the band. He is a great harmonica player, and his gritty vocals compliment the Chicago electric blues style perfectly, but I would have to say that his greatest contribution to the band is his stage presence. He takes hold of the crowd immediately and maintains total control … and his down-to-earth attitude and amusing onstage antics keeps ‘em at ease and grinnin’ from the first note to the last!
“Dennis Dudley referred me to this band specifically because of a strong similarity he heard between this band and my Toronto favourite, Coldsweat! Dennis drew a comparison between Coldsweat's vocalist Anthony Salvatore, and vocalist TUCK FOSTER. Which I agree with, Tuck has such a versatile voice, he could cover just about anyone!”
"The band's mission is Entertainment!... If the listener forgets about the world for a while, we've hit the mark!"
“Glad to have you guys aboard. Hope we can get you the exposure that you deserve!”
“The 60-year-old will then plug in for an electric blues jam with Yakima’s Tuck Foster and the Mossrites.”
“Foster and his band play more than 100 shows a year throughout the Pacific Northwest”