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Moanin' Sons

Moanin' Sons

Americana / Blues / Gospel Chattanooga, TN  US

Shows

  • 2012

    Mar 16

    Decatur, GA, US | 7:00pm

    Eric Dozier (Harlem Gospel Choir, One Human Family Workshop) and JB Eckl (Santana, WAR, Ozomatli) will are bringining their contagious blend of Americana, Blues, Gospel and Folk music back to Atlanta...featuring songs from their upcoming Moanin’ Sons album as well as their recently released devotional projects Badasht Vol. I & II. Bring a friend, and come prepared to sing!

  • 2012

    Mar 9

    Brentwood, TN, US | 8:00pm

    Join the Sons once again in the Music City for another rousing house concert. Performing music from the Badasht series as well as pieces from their upcoming debut release, the night should prove to be electrifying. As an added treat the show will feature The Humming Birds. Tickets are $15 and seats are limited 50 so get them today at: http://ericdozier.com/houseconcerts All major credit cards and PayPal accepted. For more info, contact Kimia at 615-333-0601 or email to kimia.ferdowsi@gmail.com. Twanging Americana. Greasy Blues. Sanctified Gospel. Deep-grooving Rock & Soul. To Moanin’ Sons, these are only dialects of one native tongue, even as, in their own words: “ Ain’t never been but one religion... ‘Cause there ain’t never been but one Lord.” Say Amen somebody!

  • 2012

    Mar 1

    Chattanooga, TN, US | 7:00pm
  • 2012

    Feb 29

    Duluth, GA, US | 7:30pm

    Moanin' Sons will be opening as special guests for virtuoso guitar player Tommy Emmanuel.

  • 2012

    Feb 28

    Duluth, GA, US | 7:30pm

    **SOLD OUT** ...but there are still tickets available for the second show! Moanin' Sons will be opening as special guests (Feb 29)

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About

Label: Independant

Manager: Gina Mendello

Bio: Black & white, North & South, old & new, sacred & everyday – these are the lines Moanin’ Sons were born to blur.

Their story begins in two far-distant places, around the same time. When Tennessee-born Gospel composer/choir director Eric Dozier was studying to be a Baptist preacher, Canadian guit...See Full Bio

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  • Song Plays 100
  • Video Plays 57
  • Total Fans 1,139
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