Mozely Rose has been making the classic sound new again for over five years. Their outlaw country rock sound reflects their hometown of Richmond, VA and their own life experiences on the road and off, good times and bad.
“Mozely Rose stands out from most of today’s Southern rock emulators because of their high-quality lead vocals, sharp songwriting and occasional funk/R&B touches.” -Peter Hund, www.GoodNewMusic.com
For many years, Mozely Rose called the road their home as they toured extensively with over 175 shows nationwide each year. The tour was in support of their album, The New Brew, released in 2007. During that time, they shared the stage with acts such as Leon Russell, Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter Group, David Lee Murphy, Pat Green, Emerson Drive, and Molly Hatchet. Their relocation to Nashville was kicked off by being asked to perform at George Jones’ ranch during George Jones University, which led to many showcases during both 2008 and 2009’s CMA Music Festival week.
Across the Atlantic, Mozely Rose has been making an impact in the foreign market with CD sales and digital downloads in countries like Germany, Italy, Belgium, and in 2007 they were featured in the French magazine, Bands of Dixie, and were nominated for best southern rock band for the year 2007.