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"The River" - The Austin Mo Xperience

From the very first notes of this swampy, kick ass rock revivalist track you'll know who Austin Mo is as a musician. Between the twang of the dobro-like strings, the anthemic chorus, and the backup singers that sound like they're from the Baptist Church choir down the road, it's quite obvious that Austin Mo has done his homework and studied hard.

"The River" is a song that sounds confident and accomplished in its delivery. The influences of Bonamassa, Stevie Ray, Trower drip from every pore of this song. The 23-year old Mo has listened to and studied all of the masters - Clapton, Johnny Winter, Hendrix - and stands poised to translate their spirit in his future work. 

The video for "The River" mixes nature and spirituality with the edginess of hard rock and blues to deliver a message of strength and power. The ritual of baptism set to the rhythm and groove of heavy blues rock is moving all on its own. Set all of that against a backdrop of skyscraping mountaintops and a free flowing river and it becomes a fist-clenching emotional (Austin Mo) Xperience. 


Dr. Music talks with up-and-coming guitarist and vocalist Austin Mo about his latest single, "The River," and his ability to sound like a veteran player at the young age of 23.
Austin has found a mentor in Tesla's Frank Hannon, and he is poised to take the world by storm.

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