Time & Location
Mar 11, 2023, 6:00 PM
Ocean Springs, 7501 MS-57, Ocean Springs, MS 39565, USA
About the event
With recent Sync placements in films such as Red Rocket (starring Simon Rex), new relationships with Warner Chappell Music Group and two-time Grammy winning producer Joshua Monroy, andrea & mud have carved their name into the cortex of national and international peers. Described by many as sounding "…like a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack…” (Ditty TV) the four piece band brings an exciting and invigorating experience to fans through a blend of 60's style music branded as Surf-Western.
Since the 2020 release of their sophomore album Bad News Darlin’, Andrea & Mud have released an EP for Warner Chappell’s Valo Artists catalog called the Promiseland and another 5 songs off of their upcoming album Institutionalized due out in 2023. Like everything else they have ever done, it is totally fresh while still being classic and most importantly, it cannot fit into a box.
Together, Andrea & Mud are a match made in heaven, their stories forever intertwined. Separately, their backstories could not be more different. Growing up in St. Louis, Colburn wanted to play guitar, so her mother bought her one 一 but she “never learned very well,” she admits. During her youth, she largely gravitated to classic rock and blues music and musicians like Robert Johnson, the Black Keys, and Led Zeppelin. When she moved to Georgia in 2012, a shift happened. She connected with members of Rolling Nowhere and the Deslondes, and a new path opened before her. She grabbed her guitar, sat on a stool, and performed open mics around town. Still unsure of her talents, she sought out and surrounded herself with “people who really wanted to play with me,” she says, “really talented friends.” A spark had been ignited, and there was no extinguishing it. Colburn released her solo debut Sad Songs & Switchblades in 2015. Meanwhile, Moseley always had a knack for playing. His father collected guitars, and he’d always pick one up and “make a bunch of noise.” “I was always the one to bring a guitar to the bonfire where everyone is getting drunk,” he says. He later went to college to major in art with an emphasis in ceramics, trodding out to open mic nights often caked in clay. The nickname “Mud” was born, and it stuck. Moseley and Colburn met in 2016 at Atlanta’s beloved Star Bar during a Legendary Shack Shakers show. They struck up an instant connection, and in the coming months, Colburn was “begging Kyle to come play with me,” she says. “He came over and played ‘Dark River’ for me.” they finished the song together And the rest is history.