Friday, March 24, 2017

Mose Stovall - "Sneakin"

I heard this the other night and it kind of blew me away.  It's a sad breakup song but it's still pretty!  It's beautiful southern soul and I could listen to him sing all night! lol

While you were out on your rendezvous, I found me another to replace you...

I found Mose Stovall's bio on the Blues Critic website (
Stovall began working as an artist at Magic City Hitsville Record, which he helped co-found Music Makers Recording Studio. There, he utilized his skills in songwriting and background singing for many of Birmingham's aspiring artists. In August 2003, Mose released his soulful R&B solo CD entitled, "Private Party", with such hits as "Hold You", "The Problem Is You", "Good Lovin", "Dance", and "Can't Stand". But, he loves to sing all the cover tunes from various artirts such as Luther Vandross, Anthony Hamilton and Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly. In December 2005, he was the opening act for The Blues Legend Willie Clayton. His second album was released in 2007.

BTW, the Blues Critic is a fantastic source of southern soul info - please check it out!!

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