House of Moses
November 19 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
House of Moses is honored to return to The Buttonwood Tree for the first time since the
COVID-19 pandemic, having last performed at the Buttonwood Tree just weeks before the
Randy and Freddy Moses are the surviving co-founders of House Of Moses. Randy Moses is
the composer of dozens of original songs dating from the 1970s to today.
Established in Middletown, CT in the 1970s with his brothers Freddy Moses and Thomas
“Jakula” Moses, House Of Moses has been a Middletown mainstay, performing dozens of
times and employing generations of local musicians from around the Middletown music scene.
Randy and Freddy Moses are Veterans of Foreign Wars, Randy is a cancer survivor and a
notable public figure.
Following the Moses family’s long tradition of civic engagement set forth
by their parents James A. and Lillian Reba Moses, House Of Moses music appeals to the
mind, body and soul of audiences. The buoyant rhythms and love lorn ballads share the
message that love is the answer to whatever vexes us—and you can dance to it.
House Of Moses music reflects a life of emerging social consciousness, but also a life of light,
hope and joy amidst the struggle.
House Of Moses music captures the characters and moments in life that are both familiar and
unfamiliar to audiences, setting these stories into a relaxed and deeply funky soundtrack.
The music expresses the soulful ease of a summer vacation and the emerging
social consciousness of youth.
Randy Moses, vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboard
Freddie Moses, vocals, percussion, flute
Scott Kessel, vocals, drums
Eben Ross, harmonica
Nat Holmes, bass guitar
Matt Solak, electric guitar
Michael Arafeh, electric guitar
For more info on House of Moses, their music, and upcoming show, visit their Facebook page.