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needed to become one of the top jam bands of the early 1990s. They were the golden gods of the improvisational rock scene
that boomed in popularity during that time with bands like Widespread Panic, the Dave Matthews Band and Phish. Not only was
Moe. loved by critics, but they were also adored by music fans, who called themselves "Moe.rons" just as the Grateful Dead
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Moe. is currently on tour and making stops in cities all over the nation. Check them out
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About The Artist
Moe. first formed in the late 1980s while the future members were attending
the University at Buffalo. The original lineup included guitarist and vocalist Chuck Garvey, bassist and vocalist Rob Derhak
and guitarist Ray Schwartz. Their first big gig was at bar in Buffalo, NY called Broadway Joe's. It wasn't long before they
added Al Schnier and a period to their name. They gained another member with the addition of percussionist Jim Loughlin, who
replaced Schwartz. The band recorded their first two albums, Fatboy and Headseed and officially became professional musicians.
saw marked success with their first few albums, and began performing in some of the biggest festivals in the country. Their
greatest success has come through these live gigs, which include the 1997 Furthur Festival, a 1999 Woodstock appearance and
a Central Park appearance. They also opened for The Allman Brothers and The Who, and performed at Radio City Music Hall on
New Year's Eve 2006 and 2007. They additionally host their own music festivals that are always a play on their unusual band
name. Previous festivals have been called: moe..down, which is an annual festival held at Snow Ridge Ski Area in Turin, New
York, moe.lennium and snoe.down. The festival originated in 2000 and traditionally runs over the course of three days during
Labor Day weekend. Moe has released more than 20 albums and continues to tour and perform at some of the country's biggest
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was captivating audiences from the very beginning, but it wasn't until the release of their first album, Fatboy, that the
music world took notice. The success of their debut album allowed the band to book enough gigs to quit their day jobs and
become full-time musicians. They were soon releasing their second album touring around the country. Although they had some
lineup changes throughout their first few years of being a band, it didn't hinder their performance value, and fans couldn't
seem to get enough of them. And with the advent of Loughlin's array of instruments like the vibraphone, the xylophone, the
washboard and the flute, among other instruments, the band soon became a favorite of the jam band genre. Today, they continue
to have success in the music industry, and continue to maintain their loyal following. Don't miss your chance to see this
one-of-a-kind group live, on stage! Get your tickets today!
Moe. is not only a group that
cares deeply for their music, but they are also a band that cares deeply about those who are less fortunate than themselves.
They have hosted several benefit concerts to help victims of natural disasters and those who are coping with Autism. They
performed at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City in 2005 along with other top bands of the day to help raise money for
the victims of the 2005 Tsunami. They have also donated their own money to charities close to their heart, like The Face of
Autism telethon and World Hunger Year (WHY).
There's nothing quite like seeing Moe. perform
live, in concert. This dynamic group is a must-see band. If you're a fan of jam bands, then you moe. is sure to bring the
music you want to hear. There is nothing that compares to the experience of seeing this band live in concert. Come out and
hear all of your favorite tunes and music from their most recent album. Check StubHub for all of the latest tour dates and
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