Folk duo The Mosleys are excited to return to the 30a Songwriters Festival after recording their first full album, Ordinary Time. They were privileged to work with Grammy nominated and 30a Songwriter Festival regular Phil Madeira who has also worked with Emmylou Harris, the Civil Wars and LeeAnn Womack among others. Joined by Jimmy Abegg on guitar and bass and Dennis Holt on drums with Flemming and John rounding out the project adding background vocals and mixing, Ordinary Time is "full of soulful folk goodness and far from ordinary" and "packs an emotional wallopth sure to fill that alt-country/americana craving."
Since debuting their first EP Beneath the Trees and Stars and securing a spot at the 30a Songwriters Festival in 2014, The Mosleys have gone from winning open mic nights at the acclaimed Eddie's Attic to playing Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta where they had the time of their lives opening for Air Supply. They were Featured Artists on NPR's Folk Alley and New and Notable Artists on Noise Trade. The Mosleys are excited to share songs and stories grown out of their sixteen years of marriage, life with five small children and all of the craziness that comes with making music in the midst of the chaos of ordinary days.