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Mo' Kauffey

<p>From the moment you see Mo’ Kauffey and his old Silvertone arch-top guitar, you get the idea you are in for something unique. When you hear it, you know you are in for something special. You can understand why these two have performed for many audiences around Ontario, across the US and in Europe. Mo’ has been performing his brand of roots music for more than 30 years and has opened for and/or shared the stage with Roy Book Binder, John Mayall, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Bill Kirchen, Colin Linden, Doc MacLean, Ken Hamm, Honeyboy Edwards, Michael Pickett and Mel Brown to name a few. He has released five independent albums since 2000; number six is due to be released this winter. He interprets a broad swath of American roots music in a personable, acoustic blues format, Mo’ also composes and reinvents more contemporary folk, rock, country, and pop music in his unique style. He’s a deeply rooted artist who brings tradition and authenticity to everything he touches. Mo’ Kauffey, being born and raised near the foothills of the Rockies in Colorado, has a natural early influence of C&W. Pair this with an early affinity with folk/rock and blues and you get what Mo’ has to offer. With the release of Mo’s 6th CD he continues to show he can write songs that are accessible, meaningful with his twist on the perspective. But as much as this, he shows that when he does "other people’s music," he believes what he is doing and allows you to believe that it is for the moment his. "Dig It," produ

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