You can also check out some recordings from the CD release party.
Up and coming Chicago musician Anthony Moser makes his debut on the blues scene with Transhuman Blues. It’s a fresh collection of nine original tunes (and one T-Bone Walker cover). By turns folksy, funky and jazzy, Anthony plays hard and sings with a powerful unique voice. This record swings, slides and bounces then brings it all back to the blues.
A long time employee of Buddy Guy’s Legends, Anthony soaked up blues music by watching great performers while clearing dishes and hauling ice. This album marks his move to the stage. He is joined on the record by veteran blues musicians and fellow employees, including Nik Skilnik on bass (formerly of Nick Moss and the Flip Tops), Pat Seals on drums (currently of Nick Moss and the Flip Tops), and Marty Sammon on piano (currently touring with Buddy Guy).
Transhuman Blues was recorded all over Chicago – some tracks were done live at the Chicago Recording Company, others were laid down late at night in Marty Sammon’s living room, and tracks 3-5 were recorded at Legends in the early morning before the club opened for lunch.
Check out this article about me in the Bluesletter at Buddy Guy’s Legends!
Anthony is also a founding member of The International Bedlam Society and the host of the The International Bedlam Society Old Time Radio Hour