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BACK IN ACTION!

After more than a year I have some real life gigs!

I have a solo gig at the wonderful Number 39 in Darwen on Thursday 2nd September

Then Over the weekend 4/5 September I am performing over a variety of venues  and hosting a DADGAD guitar workshop at Settle Folk Gathering.   https://www.settlefolk.co.uk/

Due to the current situation check with the festival and pub websites for any last minute changes.  

I look forward to be out doing what I love again!

New Project With Clare Douglas

Having worked with Clare in the past with Mike Harding's Willam Small Small Orchestra I was really intresested in her new tunebook of self compose tunes based on the Settle area of North Yorkshire.   Clare is a great musician and lovely composer and I am a happy that I will be accompanying her on her book launch at the Settle Folk Gathering.
More info

Thurs
2nd
Sept

Solo Gig at Number 39 Hopstar Brewery Tap Darwen

Sat 4th Sept

FREE DADGAD Guitar Workshop at Settle Folk Gathering

Sat 4th Sept

Solo Performance at Settle folk Gathering (Rugby Club) afternoon

Sun 5th Sept

Fiddler From the Mountain of Fire (Clare Dougas) book launch gig

July 28th  First Album Review from folkwords.com

"... outstanding guitar work and a richly accented, warm singing voice...  the man can knows his way around his chosen instruments. There’s a level of skill here that doesn’t just happen ... it needs dedication and finely honed proficiency, it also demands considerable talent ... which Moss clearly has in bucket-loads" http://www.folkwords.com/folkwordsreviews_99414.html

New Collaboration Videos with James McKie

I have been fortunate to play with Toronto based fiddle player James McKie a few times over the last couple of years. We decided to record some tunes and songs for posterity. Hope you enjoy!