Go Down Moses signs with Sony
Monday, January 27, 2014
– Go Down Moses signed a deal with Sony Music Nashville, the band announced today.
"Proud to announce that we've officially signed with @SonyNashville. Pumped for what the future holds!," the sextet posted on Facebook.
The band is comprised of Barrett Jacques, Robert Price, Reid Huffman, Philip Haas, Casey Driscoll and Brandon Dockery.
The group was formerly known as the Birchtree Band, but changed its name in August 2013.
The group has four songs posted on SoundCloud and is described as being folk rock. Counting Crows, Ryan Adams and Third Eye Blind are cited as influences.
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