Nick Moss is one of the luminaries and elitists of the blues all along the world, a true visionary and researcher of the genre that makes each live concert an unforgettable experience. This is not a vain definition, Buddy Guy himself has always declared that Nick Moss’ is his favorite performance of each year at his club Buddy Guy Legends, words corroborated by another legend like Ronnie Earl himself.
He began his career as a bassist, touring in Jimmy ‘Fast Fingers’ Dawkins’ band. With his next tour with Willie ‘Big Eyes’ Smith, Smith proposed to him to exchange the instruments, and already with his mentor Jimmy Rogers he developed his work on guitar. In 1997 he formed his own band and published the first album of a long and successful career.
Not in vain this guitarist originally from Chicago has been nominated a whopping 21 times in the prestigious Blues Music Awards. Nick Moss is undoubtedly the most important bulwark in the evolution of blues music, with his progressive vision and conceptual intention in his albums. His record career spans decades and his albums are already a staple in blues media worldwide, and they continue to play on radio stations among rock classics.