Legendary Front-Man Chuck Mosley–ex-Faith No More/Bad Brains/Cement–will be continuing his Reintroduce Yourself Tourinto Fall 2017. After a brief break from the summer run, they’re hitting the road today in Winchester, VA and will wind through the Midwest and up the East Coast before winding up October 15th in Toledo, OH. Chuck will be joined by Alex Bergeron Jr. (Agents of Oblivion/Deadboy/The Elephantmen) on bass, Dallas Sheppard (Nineball) on guitar, and Douglas Esper on percussion.
“I’m so excited, and I hope everyone else is excited too. We’ve had so much fun traversing the country this summer; the additions of a second guitar and bass have enabled me to bring the music up to the level that I have been hearing in my head, and expand the possibilities tenfold. We’ve made a lot of great, warm, and loving new friends–truly beautiful people–whom i cant wait to see again. We also can’t wait to be reunited with an equal amount of older friends, you all know who you are, see you all real soon! We also can’t wait to get back out tomorrow, but it always seems to go by so fast!!!! I finally want to send a very very special thanks to Michelle and Doug Esper (who a lot of you know as Mr. Harry Bickerson) without whom none of this would have been possible. To Doug and Michelle, and of course Mara and Owen, and both of their families, thank you for your faith, your patience, and your absolute trust in me. I love you all.” – Chuck Mosley
Chuck Mosley Reintroduce Yourself Fall Tour 2017
09/28 @ Bright Box – Winchester, VA
09/29 @ Dingbatz – Clifton, NJ
09/30 @ Country Corner – Long Island, NY
10/01 @ Ralph’s Diner – Worcester, MA
10/02 @ Little Joe’s – Lewiston, ME
10/03 @ Dusk – Providence, RI
10/04 @ Jitz’s Tavern – Auburn, NY
10/05 @ Mohawk Place – Buffalo, NY
10/06 @ The Phantasy – Cleveland, OH *
10/07 @ The Rockery – Detroit, MI
10/08 @ The Frequency – Madison, WI
10/09 @ Ellefson Coffee Co – Jackson, MN *
10/10 @ Big’s Bar – Sioux Falls, SD
10/12 @ Prohibition Hall – Kansas City, MO
10/14 @ The Cure Lounge – Louisville, KY
Chuck Mosley has been reported dead at least three times in his life, but he says, “In reality its only happened once.”
Now in the second year of his Reintroduce Yourself tour, which includes “a mix of old songs going back to the Haircuts That Kill days up through new material no more than a month old,” Chuck’s stubborn resilience has kept his career going through many phases.
Last year saw VUA, who Chuck handles vocals/guitar duties in, release, Demos For Sale, on EMP Records (A label run by David Ellefson of Megadeth and Thom Hazaert), he sang and played guitar on the latest from indie group Indoria, even recording an early version of his song “Bella Donna” for their EP, You’ll Never Make The Six. He also reunited with his old friends from Faith No More for two shows to celebrate the re-release of “We Care A Lot,” which cracked the Billboard top 200, thirty one years after its initial release..
This year, EMP will reissue Cement’s, The Man With The Action Hair, which was shelved just before its release due to a van accident that left Chuck with a broken back, unable to tour for over a year. The album was remastered by Bill Metoyer and features new artwork by Pip Logan.
Chuck also assumed lead vocal duties for Primitive Race, who will release their second disc, Soul Pretender this November through Metropolis. The album also features founding member Chris Kniker, a formidable record executive producer/producer for the likes of Lords of Acid, tweaker, Prong, RevCo, KMFDM and more. Kniker is joined by Dale Crover (MELVINS), Mark Gemini Thwaite (Peter Murphy, The Mission, Tricky), Erie Loch (Wiccid, Blownload) and the aforementioned Chuck Mosley. Primitive Race recently found themselves embroiled in an online scandal with pop sensation and form child star Corey Feldman, who felt compelled to block them on twitter.
While playing extensively through the US, the U.K., and France, Chuck spit out a dozen or so new songs, which are being fine-tuned in preparation for an upcoming recording session with renowned producer Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Mushroomhead, Deftones)
When asked about producing Chuck’s new songs, Mr. Wallace said, “I’m fucking thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Chuck again. I’ve always been a die hard fan of the honesty in his lyrics and his deceptively simple melodies, that always become earworms and soulworms.”