to play the banjo, bass and drums. His music has been highly influenced by bluegrass artists such as Tony Rice and J.D. Crowe. Mo spent countless hours listening to old vinyl records and cassette tapes over and over until he got every lick exactly right.To hear him sing, you would never imagine you were listening to someone just 20 years of age. Vocally inspired by artists such as Keith Whitley, Johnny Cash, Randy Travis, Buck Owens and Daryle Singletary, Mo has a deep baritone sound all to himself, matured well beyond his years. In the words of John Rich, after hearing him sing for the first time in the studio, Boy, with a voice like that, you shouldnt be doing anything but makin records. At a Writers in the Round charity event with Darryl Worely and Wynn Varble, Mo sang one of his original songs Hang Out With Me. Worley, so impressed by Mos voice and sound, asked him to open for his annual Tennessee River Run, which was scheduled for the very next day.Currently, Mo is working on a new album with Curb Records, working on making it a perfect blend of traditional and mainstream country sound. Mo enjoys writing songs that reflect what hes all about: Young love, faith, family, friends and his love for the outdoors. Deeply rooted in the classic true country style that he cut his musical teeth on, Mo has the ability to deliver each song with a fresh, young, modern twistin his own way, making the old new again.When he is performing or writing music, Mo spends his free time training his bird dogs, fishing, or hunting anything thats in season. He skins his own bucks and runs his trotlines. Mo Pitney is the real deala country boy that could quite possibly change country music in a very big way.
- Start:April 20, 2018 Time: 9:00 PM
- End:April 20, 2018 Time: 11:59 PM
- Where:Grey Eagle Tavern, 185 Clingman Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina, United States
- Event Type: Concerts & Music
- Ticket Price:N/A