Justin Moses – planning for 2010 and beyond

We caught up with Justin Moses earlier this week, to find out what he has planned now that Dan Tyminski has folded up his band to focus on Alison Krauss & Union Station. Justin had been playing fiddle, banjo and resonator guitar with Tyminski this past two years, and singing tenor vocals. He also performed on Wheels, Dan’s 2008 CD on Rounder Records.

Justin told us that he isn’t sure what his long term future will hold, but that he’s plenty busy right now.

“I’m still giving lessons through the week. I’m doing the Bluegrass All-Star Jam this weekend [postponed until 2/28 for snow], and have been doing recording sessions quite often lately. I was asked to produce a bluegrass gospel project for a young lady named Honey Lay, so I’m planning for that. She wants me to play a lot of the instruments and build tracks, so it will take quite a bit of time and effort. And I’ve been thinking a lot lately about recording again myself, trying to get my ideas together for that.

So I’ve got quite a bit going on while I wait for the right opportunity or musical direction going forward. It’s actually an exciting time with so many possibilities out there.”

Moses said that he’ll be posting any further news about his plans on his web site at www.justinmoses.com.

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.