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Louisville, KY
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Portrait of Dave Moisan
Hey folks! Dave here. I've been trying to write a super awesome third person bio for myself but I was only able to get a few words written..."Dave Moisan is" and then I was stuck. Here's my thought: (do I put a ":" or a ";" there?....that's not my thought, just a moment of ADD) THIS is my thought;: if you like my music, awesome! Tell people about it! My goal is to write music that means something and makes people happy. I love what happens when I go to a good concert and watch the crowd....people slowly lose their inhibitions forgetting the expectations about how they are "supposed" to act. I've been thinking about this a lot lately now that I have a niece and nephew....things that were fun when we were kids....yup, still fun! Like hide-n-seek...not to brag, but I'm kind of awesome at it....I find them every time. I finally have the first part of my new cd out called Ungravity...the whole idea is that certain things in life... music, a great book, niece and nephew, etc. can be vehicles that transport you to an entirely different place....that these things can, if you allow them to, reverse the laws of physics and make Newton's apple roll back up the tree. So that's it! (I don't really know how to end this now so I'll just end)

Dave
 
 
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