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The Moss Brothers Band / Press

“Last night's Maurice the Fish Records Sessions event at Jazzbones was a huge success! … The Moss Brothers Band finished up the night with some ass kicking' southern rock that would have made Lynrd Skynrd proud! They engaged the audience and stepped to the edge of the stage with each solo to shove that hard rocking, country soaked, whiskey barrel southern rock in our faces..AND WE LOVED IT!!!!”

Raymond Hayden - CEO Maurice the Fish Records - Facebook - Show Review

“No mystery to the Moss Bros: the Tacomans are here for some Down South Jukin’. There were born in ‘Bama but cam here a quarter century ago, bringing their grits & greens sound with them. They’ve been leading exponents of the Tacoma Twang Trust but only now have they recorded, dang’em! This is Southern Rock as it was invented and intended, though skewed toward the acoustic to fit both the modern sensibility and an antiquey vibe. Lots of resonator guitar and general loud swagger means they need only a little electric guitar, still, this is on whuppin’ record, ranking right up there with the first couple of Skynyrd albums, Creedence and Dickie Betts unplugged. Yes, it’s THAT good. Each song covers a different facet of the southern blues sound, with some snaky voodoo here, some tub-thumpin’ there, some crunching rock here, some moanin’ blues there. The musicianship is expert and soulful throughout, as are the vocals. Aw, y’all jus’ go git it”

Tom Petersen - Victory Review