Please Sir, I Want Some moe.: moe. Comes To Culture Room April 5


In just a few short days, jam giants, moe., will be dropping by South Florida to play Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale.

Moe. started in the early nineties and caught the attention of the improvisational music enthusiasts a few years after bands like Phish and Widespread Panic hit. Since then, moe. has garnered a massive following, pulling huge crowds wherever they go.

When they played at Bear Creek 2010, they had one of the biggest crowds of the weekend.

The reason their music is great is the same as any other great jam band—they never play their songs the same way twice. Fans can always look forward to fresh ideas and new jams whenever they see moe.

Al Schnier

Once, guitarist Al Schnier was asked to describe moe.’s sound. He said, “It’s an amalgamation of a wide variety of the history of rock, all regurgitated and recycled through the eyes, ears, hands, whatever of the guys in our band and all of that with a sense of adventure, a sense of humor, also a constant desire to push the envelope. All in this arena of taking chances, improvising live, and making things up on the spot.”

Moe. doesn’t always come to South Florida, so it would do you good to see them now while they’re here. Doors are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25. See you there!

-Chris Lazaga



About clazaga5

I am a music writer. I graduated from FIU's School of Journalism and Mass Communications in April, 2011. I've always had a passion for music. Since high school, I've been involved in a few bands and written a good number of original songs. I loved going to shows and seeing live music. So when the notion struck me to combine the two, it seemed only logical that I write about live music when and wherever I find it. This blog is what came of that notion.
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