Moe Holmes

Moe Holmes

Who is Moe Holmes ?
Moe started his celebrated career at the age of 9, singing in church the age of 17 Moe moved to NY and became a lead singer for "The Voices of East Harlem".

Moe's voice attracted prominent contemporaries and he opened for Hendrix at the Fillmore East and sang with Bob Dylan and Richie Havens at the Isle of Wight Festival. Later on Moe joined his brother in "The Holmes Brothers", where they created a smooth, gentle bb sound which can be found on their C.D.

Moe has lent his rich voice to many renown artists: Wilson Pikett, Roberta Flack and Ike and Tina Turner. Recently, he has recorded with Milo Z and his voice can be heard on Milo Z's latest C.D in the song Love Song.

Moe Holmes A living R & B legend. Moe Holmes, a former alto and tenor voice of the Holmes Brothers, Moe sits with his acclaimed guitarist and whole heartedly bellows the blues and R & B classics. When Moe Holmes was young he toured the world with his band The Voices of East Harlem. In the 1960's they played with Ike and Tina Turna, Jimi Hendrix and Santana.

Moe's mid-song story telling gestures which make up the more comic portion of the evening are not unlike those of Gil Scott Heron. Mixed with super 60's and 70's classics, Moe's warm personality and unmatched vocals make for a touching evening. In our eyes he is "The Best voice in New York." --Terra Blues

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