Born in Cherryville, NC, Moses Nesh grew up playing mandolin in the family bluegrass band, singing gospel songs in church, and listening to jump blues on the farm his people "bought from the king, I reckon." He does not feel at home in this world. 

His first album, "The Lovely Ohio" is out on cassette on Dying for Bad Music, Ore Mountains, Germany. The second, "No Labor-Saving Machine" is out on LP and digital April 21, 2017 on Keeled Scales, Austin, TX.

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