For What It's Worth
One fan describes Moses Tucker as "The Cult meets The Marshall Tucker Band". Influenced by a wide array of artist such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, The Screamin Cheetah Wheelies, Jimi Hendrix, Dave Mason, Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, The Moody Blues, Pearl Jam, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash just to name a few. A year in the making, Moses Tucker'S first album "For What It's Worth" is like listening to your favorite mix tape. You can rock out to the fast paced "If You Got It" or sit back and jel with the darker Pink Floyd inspired "Burn It Down". "My Woman", recorded with a three string cigar box slide guitar and cigar box amplifier will have you reminiscing about the days of Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. Since releasing singles on jango.com, they have consistently been one of the most played bands breaking into the top five most played on jango. Their song "Damn Good Man" has been selected for download from the Rock Band Network for play on the popular video game Rock Band. It may be hard to actually place Moses Tucker is a specific genre. Are they southern rock, alternative country, americana? Maybe it's not that important to label them. When they write songs, they don't worry or think about what "kind" of music it is. They give it their all and let the song speak for itself. Several songs on this album may not be able to be labeled or neatly identified but that's okay with them.