Mosey Beat is a progressive funk rock jam band bringing high energy dance grooves, mellow waves, and rock and roll to create a new fusion of sound. The power trio was formed in 2012. Their original music has gained momentum in the NEPA area with their unique live show and improvised jams.
Consisting of Taylor O'Connor (guitar, vocals), Blair O'Connor (drums, vocals), and Thomas Hart (bass), the band has a passion for creating original music and composing jams in real time. Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of genres, Mosey Beat shows prowess and is not afraid to break the mold when it comes to their songs. Their ability to captivate an audience and read the energy in the room allows for a new live show every single night.
"Are they funk? Prog rock? Jam band? The answer is all of the above. (Trust me, that's a good thing.) Phillipsburg's Mosey Beat will have you moving, grooving and shaking your moneymaker in 60 seconds or less."
- Dustin Schoof (Journalist)
March 13th 1991, Taylor was born a natural wordsmith and is a self taught guitarist. As a multi-instrumentalist, he has been developing his voice and lyrical content all the while writing and performing for over two decades. Taylor's sound has developed into a rock and roll lead while retaining the warm and mellow styles of his acoustic background, lending to a truly unique approach on the guitar that is capable of blending genres and pushing boundaries.
Born November 14th 1992, Blair was brought into this world with a purpose that could only be fulfilled with rhythm. After being so involved with drumming in high school marching band, he knew he had found his life long passion playing in Mosey Beat. Becoming proficient on the drum kit, he has incorporated the skills he learned along the way developing a style that gives way to infectious grooves.
Born April 2000, Thomas began his musical Journey on Violin at age 6 and later found his true calling, the Bass Guitar. Bass Guitar quickly became the main focus of Thomas’ life and he began playing with various groups. Thomas has attended Moravian College as a Jazz Major and is currently working on a degree in Audio Music Production at Lehigh Carbon Community College. Thomas’ style of Bass playing is heavily influenced by Jazz Fusion and Motown Bass players as well as many Trumpet players.