The brainchild of frontman and primary songwriter Graham Guest, Moses Guest continues to be delivering straight-up Grateful Dead-influenced jam band music since their inception. Arriving collectively in 1995, the Texas-based Visitor became a member of with bassist Sean Simon and drummer John Chupin. With Guest’s anthemic folk-rock songwriter in the band’s primary, they soon documented and released Geniality of Mortality, concurrently starting the band’s personal record label, Aufheben Information. The band continuing to tour (obviously) and build up a local pursuing. The group enhanced a southern-fried sound with affects like Small Feat and jam music group elders Widespread Anxiety. Guest shortly parted methods with Simon and Chupin, though, and plotted a somewhat extended lineup of the group, today featuring funk steel bassist Jeremy Horton, jazz drummer Adam Edwards, and previous Defeat Temple keyboardist/guitarist Rick Thompson. With this group, he documented the enthusiastic American Trailer House Blues, which presented live slashes of “DOWN,” “Fine sand,” and “Take flight,” along with seven additional studio room slashes. 1998’s Live Phases captured the band’s sound through many extended improvisations, like the heartily hippie “Intro Jam,” plus a cover popularized from the Thankful Dead, “I UNDERSTAND You Rider.” Actually, Guest’s guitar, protected with envelope filtration system, sounds remarkably just like Jerry Garcia’s through the entire disk. The music does not have the edge from the band’s studio room work, though, and frequently sounds too refined to become interesting. The music group adopted the disc’s launch with high-profile gigs within the H.O.R.D.E. tour, displays starting for Steve Miller, and an organization featuring members from the Jerry Garcia Music group. The sprawling, meandering three-disc Arkansas or Bust recorded several the group’s music, extending back through many years, instrumental configurations, and improvisations. Almost moreover release, the music group also released the poppy U ‘n’ Mi EP, targeted at college r / c. The band is constantly on the play clubs within their native Texas.