Two nights at The End was hardly enough time to fully immerse ourselves in everything that The Moss brought to Nashville on their Alive Tour. The band consisting of Tyke James on lead vocals and guitar, Addison Sharp on guitar, Caiden Jackson on bass and Willie Fowler on drums, transformed The End into a haven for their indie/alternative sound that drew in quite the crowd.
Attending the first night of the band's Nashville sector of tour, the night was nothing short of special. With a sold-out crowd, brought not only the heat (literally and figuratively), but also a crowd with so much energy that it could be felt from miles away. It was the kind of night one wishes they could re-live a million times, being surrounded by strangers singing their favorite songs and dancing to forget about life for a while. At certain points of the set, the crowd was so loud it drowned the sound of the band themselves, a moment so surreal and a shared love of music.
Lead singer, Tyke, humorously pointed out Nashville’s intense reputation, “those Nashville folks are gonna be watching your band.” And continued on to say that Nashville has been the best show of the tour so far. The band's engagement with the crowd was something special and memorable that will leave a lasting mark on those who attended. From stories of how they spent too much money at Buffalo Exchange earlier in the day to covers of “Walk The Line” by Johnny Cash, The Moss brought everything and more to Nashville to make the night unforgettable for everyone who attended.
The Moss’s performance brought exactly what was needed to music city, delivering a memorable night that will be cherished by many.
Photos Courtesy of Abbie Murphy (For Bell Music Magazine)