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Perhaps inspired by the Jack Kerouac novel, On the Road, they took their name from, French-American five-piece Moriarty tested the 13 songs on their second studio album, The Missing Room, while touring the world before committing them to record, resulting in a much more expansive and electric-based sound than their acoustic-heavy debut, Gee Whiz But This Is a Lonesome Town. Produced by drummer Vincent Talpaert, the first release through their own Air Rytmo label continues to mirror their bohemian and nomadic lifestyle, blending Americana with Irish country-blues and French folk-pop, and includes the lead single, "Isabella." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biografía

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Bringing together a multinational assemblage of musicians whose primary work has been influenced by traditional Irish folk, country, and blues, France-based Moriarty also took a page from punk rock, in that all members use the surname "Moriarty" as a performance name (à la the Ramones, for example). Members Charles Carmignac (guitars, percussion), Arthur Gillette (guitar, piano), Thomas Puéchavy (harmonica), Rosemary Standley (vocals, various instruments), and Stephan Zimmerli (bass, guitar) hail...
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