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February 25, 1967 |
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, bass, piano, trumpet, tuba, fiddle, synthesizer, kalimba|
|Associated acts||The Hackensaw Boys, Modest Mouse|
Tom Peloso is an American musician who was born February 25, 1967 in Waynesboro, Virginia. He is a current active member of the indie rock band Modest Mouse. Peloso has played with Modest Mouse since their 2004 album, Good News for People Who Love Bad News, including their latest release, Strangers to Ourselves.
Before joining Modest Mouse, Peloso was a founding member of the Charlottesville based bluegrass group The Hackensaw Boys, playing upright bass and fiddle. Two of his songs, "Hobo" and "Sweet Petunia", appear on their album Look Out! On March 1, 2009 Tom Peloso released a digital EP, The Last Saturday of the Year, containing four new tracks recorded in fall 2008 at Monkeyclaus studio.
Peloso is the son of Peter and Maureen Peloso.
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