Keith Moseley

Bassist, Musical Artist

1965 –


Who is Keith Moseley?

Keith Moseley is an American musician and songwriter, who played bass guitar among other instruments for The String Cheese Incident, a jamband from Boulder, Colorado, of which he was a founding member.

He had written and provided vocals for a number of songs for the band, including "Resume Man", "Joyful Sound" and "Sometimes a River". In 2007 he joined Keller Williams' full band The WMD's, now called Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll and Sipe. Before he was with the String Cheese Incident, Moseley played guitar in the band Whiskey Creek Warriors, which played around the Colorado ski scene.

Moseley plays primarily a Lakland 55-94 and a Modulus Genesis 5. However, he also played a Modulus Quantum, Lakland Hollowbody, Eminence upright bass and a Fender Precision bass on the much lower key in the post-String Cheese Incident gigs. Moseley for most of his String Cheese Incident days used SWR amps and Goliath 4x10 cabinets, but in later years has played through Ampeg SVT-4 Pro with 6x10 cabinets. He occasionally will perform solo acts, playing acoustic versions of String Cheese Incident songs, and covers. He plays a Martin D-35 acoustic while playing these gigs.

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Feb 5, 1965
  • United States of America
Lived in
  • Oklahoma

on July 23, 2013


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