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Bret Mosley


Sat 7 Jan 2017, 5:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Boston Brewery, 678 South Coast Hwy, Denmark, WA South

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: bretbqt

A genre-bending "one-man power duo" whose soulful, funky Americana songs, his signature idiosyncratic intensity—and his unreservedly original, deeply authentic sound—have garnered an audience ranging from cowhands to bankers, from rastas to cops. Rarely could an artist be said to transcend, yet include, the most raw and real elements of country, folk, soul, roots rock and blues. Nevertheless—with bone-deep authenticity—that’s exactly what Bret Mosley does, wrestling deftly with longing, belonging, and world-weariness...on the way home to hope & grace.

Press Quotes...
"...breaks out roots and Americana with a pop singer-songwriter flair." - TimeOut, New York

" of greatest songwriters I've met in a long time." - Jerry Joseph, Jambase

"…as if Van Morrison had come from a sharecroppers’ farm." - Paul Kerr, Americana UK

"…extraordinary sense of rhythm and a razor-sharp tongue…" - Aarik Danielsen, PopMatters

"…roots folk rock at its best...quietly stunning in its seemingly simple beauty..." - Kenya Jones, Aced Magazine

"'Light & Blood' is a heartfelt masterpiece." - NeuFutur Magazine

"Bret is a jewel and drips with soul." - Eddie White, Awendaw Green

"...he has a Milky Way with words." - Bronwen Exter

"The blues is one of those genres that can easily become a paint-by-numbers kind of game, plugging in the required elements where they’re supposed to go. Bret Mosley takes the paintbrush and breaks it in two, creating something with the jagged edges that’s more authentically blues than most of what passes for the real thing these days. Mosley is a dobro player, lending his songs a dangerous, haunting tonal quality that brings to mind the late Chris Whitley." - Kevin Oliver, Free Times

"Bret Mosley ripped up his slide guitar...delivered a cutting set with a bluesy, snarly, lowdown sound. His bare feet matched the raw power of his persona and voice, making you want to simultaneously dance and cry.delivered a cutting set with a bluesy, snarly, lowdown sound. His bare feet matched the raw power of his persona and voice, making you want to simultaneously dance and cry." - Jared Booth, Charleston City Paper

"Rarely do I walk into a venue with an audience so captivated by the onstage performance that it causes a mystical quiet to resonate throughout the room...the deep focus and concentration on the faces of the intimate crowd suggested something much more substantial than a typical concert. This night wasn't about entertainment. It was communion...a group of people together to watch a man pour out his emotions through his music, and stories to deliver peace and hope to the seekers…As if he was sent to summon a message to the people, Bret slapped and slid his way across his resonator guitar with a fiery, authentic performance that has since impacted my perceptions of what a live show should be. In a world where concert productions are becoming more outlandish as the days go on, Bret's performance reminded me that it's the music and enthusiasm of the people playing that keep me coming back for more." - Kyle Cannon, The Music Initiative

"...the most unusually effective style of dobro playing I’ve ever seen." - John Pfeiffer, The Aquarian

"...dead-center between Hank Williams and The Ohio Players." - Alloy Radio

"...combines every facet of Americana music to form rogue stories in song." - Steamboat Today

" the desert somewhere between Son House and Leonard Cohen." - Micheal Eck, WAMC 90.3FM

"...hardworking, ass-kicking artists like Mosley...deserve the kind of audiences pre-fab products posing as musicians garner." - Robin Rothman, Times-Herald Record