Biography

The band MootZoot is a collection of people who found each other through a shared love of music. This strange group of personalities, with their eclectic tastes and history of musical genres, seem to provide the recipe for creating a blend of music that is exciting, catchy, and vibrant, and which bypasses the notion of genre. MootZoot has evolved slowly over several years; under numerous guises and due to a myriad of personalities, environments and experiences, the band finally consolidated their style in late 2008.

Fuelled by a passion for improvisation, collaboration, jamming and tea, the organic music-makers wrote their first album - Moving On. Their debut release is a powerful and vivid reflection of the band’s relationship with music and each other; beauty, tension, fun, escapism and longing are conveyed through structure, lyrics, melody and harmony and carefully orchestrated arrangements, taking the listener and the musicians on a musical journey that they hope will be one to remember and revisit. Overall, MootZoot manage to convey the wide varying musical influences of the people involved whilst creating a coherent, consistent, and most importantly, infectious and irresistible groove.

Moving On is due for release Spring 2011

MootZoot are:

Charmaine Wombwell - Vocals
Steve McCartney - Bass
James Winn - Percussion
Simon Coletta - Trumpet
Matt Hollinshead - Saxaphones
Sam Hargreaves - Guitar

http://www.facebook.com/pages/MootZoot/129973843727234

www.mootzoot.com

www.myspace.com/mootzoot

For booking please contact: mootzootuk@gmail.com

Edited by MootZoot on 1 Jan 2011, 20:36

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