This August, Mossy will be hitting the stage in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth, with his ‘Rivers Run Dry Tour’. Showcasing a mix of new tracks from his latest album, as well as some of the fan-favorite classics that have earned him a reputation as one of the most captivating musicians on the planet.
Tickets on sale now
Saturday, 5 August 2023: The Tivoli, Brisbane QLD
Friday, 11 August 2023: Palais Theatre, St Kilda VIC
Saturday, 12 August 2023: Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Friday, 18 August 2023: The Regal Theatre, Perth WA
Want to know more about the record?
Mossy’s new album ‘River Runs Dry’ is set for release on Friday, 21 July.
The album consists of 12 songs and was primarily recorded at Rancom St Studios in Sydney over a period of ten days.
The song selection for Rivers Run Dry was focused on simply finding good songs, regardless of the style or genre they may have initially presented, and the result is an album that covers straight-ahead rock, Latin, funk, country, blues & unapologetic pop and yet we still ended up with an album that sounds very cohesive. I don’t think any of us feel we have any “What the fuck is that song doing on this album?” moments.Ian Moss, on song selection for ‘Rivers Run Dry’
Rivers Run Dry is a musical masterpiece and is truly unforgettable. Showcasing Mossy’s exceptional guitar-playing skills and his unique vocal ability, which can be both delicate and powerful.
Co-produced and engineered by Ian and Brent Clark. The core band includes Zoe Hauptman on bass (known for her work with Neil Finn, Paul Kelly, and Missy Higgins), Clayton Doley on keys (Joe Bonamassa and Jimmy Barnes), and Kerry Jacobson on drums (Dragon and Mondo Rock).
Brent has wonderful humility, patience, incredible drive and focus and a shit-ton of empathy. Being very meticulous, he was the perfect co-producer as he wouldn’t let anything remotely sub-standard go through and really kept me on course.Ian Moss, on co-producer Brent Clark.
The album also features special guests, Julian Moss lending his vocals to the Stevie Wonder classic “Blame it On the Sun,” and award-winning songwriter and recording artist, Kasey Chambers, contributing to the roots-inspired track “Bury Me.”