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Keith Moseley (born February 5, 1965) is an American musician and songwriter, who plays bass guitar among other instruments for The String Cheese Incident, a jamband from Boulder, Colorado, of which he was a founding member.
He has written and provides vocals for a number of songs for the band, including "Resume Man", "Joyful Sound" and "Sometimes a River". Before he was with the String Cheese Incident, Moseley played guitar in the band Whiskey Creek Warriors, which played around the Colorado ski scene.
Moseley plays primarily a Lakland 55-94 and a Modulus Genesis 5. However, he also played a Modulus Quantum, Lakland Hollowbody, Eminence upright bass and a Fender Precision bass on the much lower key in the post-String Cheese Incident gigs. Moseley for most of his String Cheese Incident days used SWR amps and Goliath 4x10 cabinets, but in later years has played through Ampeg SVT-4 Pro with 6x10 cabinets. He occasionally will perform solo acts, playing acoustic versions of String Cheese Incident songs, and covers. He plays a Martin D-35 acoustic while playing these gigs.
In February 2006, Moseley recorded Rex (Live at the Fillmore), a live album under the band name Grateful Grass, featuring fellow musicians Keller Williams and Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band). Available only for digital download, the album featured non-traditional bluegrass versions of songs by the Grateful Dead, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Rex Foundation. In 2007 he joined Keller Williams' for a project called The WMD's, or Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll and Sipe. In 2010 Keith released a record with The Contribution, a band whose collaborators include Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth as well as members of New Monsoon.
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