Married songwriting duo Rachel and Stephen Mosley stumbled onto the scene after winning an open mic competition. What started off as a clever way to get out of the house quickly evolved into something more, and they recorded their first EP at Zac Brown's Crow's Nest Studio in Atlanta. Since the release of Beneath the Trees and Stars in 2014, they have been busy playing festivals and stages, from the 30A Singer Songwriter Festival to the Wire and Wood Songwriter Festival to the Chastain Amphitheater. Drawing inspiration from over fifteen years of marriage, a deep spirituality, and the struggles of raising five children, The Mosleys blend their acoustic, country, and folk influences to produce deep, organic songs that resonate with the common thread in us all. They have quickly earned opportunities to share the stage with such talent as Liz Longley, Harpeth Rising, and Air Supply, as well as many others. The Mosleys were recently featured artists on NPR's Folk Alley and finalists at Eddie's Attic Open Mic competition. They continue to refine their style as they prepare to get back in the studio to record a full album in early 2017.