Emma Moseley Band knows the song is pushed by authentic invitations into the heart. They know the show’s urgency grows as secrets are revealed. Rock-n-roll is voyeured soul. It cannot be faked.
The band’s writing and live performances are fueled by this release of emotion. The delivery is tightened by a dedication to rehearsing and revision. EMB’s bloodied, mesmerizing truth is delivered with passion on the stage and in the studio.
In 2010, Emma met Sean Sammon, multi-platinum selling artist and former writer/original bassist with the rock band Puddle of Mudd. With Sean’s background in the business and a sound full of soul and electricity the team started writing and recording with Bobby Turner, a natural guitar slinger who knows what needs to be played.
In 2015, the band started their run in Texas at SXSW before making their way back home to northeast Florida. In September EMB traveled to The Fidelitorium Studios in North Carolinia to record their sophmore album, “Nine-Four-Nine,” with the production help of Mitch Easter and John Pfiffner.
Mitch Easter, the producer behind REM’s historic early records, has also worked with the likes of Joe Walsh and Drive-by Truckers. The vibe and history of the studio mixed with Mitch and John’s engineering talents carved the rich tone of the album. The new songs where polished with a year’s worth of wear and tear from the road before making it onto 2 inch tape.. Recordings were pushed with the band playing together in The Fidelitorium’s big room, capturing the grit of the band’s live sound.
EMB’s first album, “Face South,” charted #1 on both Radio 200 Add and Rock Radio Add. The band has consistently used the industry’s closed doors as opportunity and motivation to rise above. The new album, “Nine-Four-Nine” is scheduled to be released after the first of the year, along with new dates for a summer tour.