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Jeremy Davis
March 03/11/20, 2020
Frank Moyo is a slow player in a fast world. The Canadian-Italian singer grew up in Toronto and first learned chords as a child, picking up what he could from family, friends and later the live shows he could get into.

Frank recently released a new single, "Friend Of Mine," featuring his smooth and serenading vocals over folk-informed rhythms that mingle with pop sensibilities.

Growing up in Toronto Moyo first learned chords as a child, picking up what he could from family, friends and later the live shows he could get into. It wasn’t long until his bandmates and him we’re sneaking into their own performances. With a taste that meanders from Motown to James Brown and Isaac Hayes to Italian icons like Lucio Dalla and Toto Cutugno, Moyo’s sound is hard to pin down. The folk- informed rhythms that Moyo employs on tracks like “OK Dolce” mingle with pop sensibilities and the laws of ancient attraction that seem as rooted in Greek mythology as they do Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues”. As things speed up in an industry that’s begging to slow down, Frank Moyo is a voice of reason, and it sounds good.

Listen in and listen well here: https://soundcloud.com/frankmoyo/friend-of-mine/s-V9vAg

 

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