Hero The Band~Moses Mo~South City Riot

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Hero The Band is truly a "family affair"! Four blood brothers, multiple musical talents, and one big dream are the motivating factors that keep this band steadily moving toward a successful music career that touches lives around the nation and world. HERO's musical influences are Queen, Cold Play, Take 6, Boyz II Men, The Temptations, The Beatles, Elton John, Jimi Hendrix, Earth,Wind, and Fire, U2, Prince, and Lenny Kravitz. It is no surprise that the brothers play the bass and lead guitars, keys, and drums. HERO produces a sound that is forever timeless and inspiring to audiences of all ages. Hero's sound is captivating live audiences both locally and statewide.

Creativity pours freely from every ounce of Gary “Moses Mo” Moore. Whether he’s igniting scorching hot riffs from his appropriately red guitar with Mother’s Finest, working in the studio producing his own unique brand of rock or sharing the international stage with his fellow musicians from “Carl Carlton and the Songdogs”. It was in the clubs of Atlanta, GA in the early seventies, that he and his fellow band mates honed a sound that not doubt was instrumental in renaming the city “Hotlanta”. He worked with the band Illusion featuring Jay Willard, Paul McCoy, Tom Reed, Barry “B.B. Queen” Borden (another former Mother’s alumni), and Bobby Chouinard.

In 2002 Moses Mo released his first solo effort entitled “Cartoon You”. With the exception of ‘Highway Child’ and ‘Nowhere’, he wrote and recorded the songs on the CD within a six month time frame. According to Mo, “What I bring to the stage or studio is the RHYTHM; it's the only thing that matters to me. It has always been about the rhythm”.

Starting out the evening will be South City Riot! Hailing from Acworth GA, South City Riot is a working man's band steeped in blues, outlaw, and rock and roll. Their diverse musical backgrounds and varying styles of songwriting create a unique and unforgettable listening experience for any audience.

Needless to say this is going to be one heck of a humdinger! Doors open at 7pm and the music starts at 8pm! Advanced tickets are $10 and can be found through the Avondale Towne CInema website! $15 at the door. This event is 18+! Parking information and other information can be found on our website.

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