Canadian composer and musician Wade Mosher began playing the guitar at age 12, and has been playing ever since. He released his first CD in 1995, and later released two others. Wade works in several styles and genres, including Pop, Punk, Rock, Blues, New Wave, and Jazz. From the heartfelt piano, acoustic guitar, and woodwinds of "After The Fall," to the cool blend of Spaghetti Western and Surf guitars in "Bela Surf," his diverse and highly emotive music is perfect for a wide range of Film, TV, Indie, Commercial, and Multimedia productions.
Piano leads this track off, with woodwinds, acoustic guitar & strings to follow. A slow, thoughtful song that work well in any family or wholesome type of film/TV setting. Instrumental, Dramatic, Heartwarming Music
A hybrid of Spaghetti Western & Surf, this song has a very dramatic flair featuring big reverberated guitars & drum rolls that would suit a campy western scene or a dramatic scene. A lot of elements at play here, depending on where & what kind of emotional field it would sit in. Instrumental, Rock, Surf Rock
The traditional song Dixie, condensed, performed on 2 acoustic guitars. Hail the south! Redneck Patriotic Civil War Yanks America the South Lincoln Red White Blue Mason Dixon Alabama Mississippi, Instrumental, Folk, Traditional Folk
A fearless winner who takes on all challenges & is confident that he will win in any situation, given any scenario. Could be related to fighting, rhyming, singing, gambling, any situation that involves competition. Male Vocals, Hip Hop, British Rap
A blues track ala Little Charlie, Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King & Eric Clapton. 1970's, nifty guitar work and riffs in the middle. Perfect for an extended conversation in a bar between a man and a woman. Romantic breakup, arguing, male angst, couple having a disagreement, hopeless, romantic comedy, Male Vocals, Blues, Electric Blues
A punk rock instrumental that recreates the energy of the late 70's. The type of song young people of the era would bop along to in a rock club while drinking, dancing and partying the night away. Andy Warhol art party type feeling with some rockabilly elements. Instrumental, Indie Rock, Punk
The bass drums leads this song with a mesmerizing pulse, followed by a simple repetitive guitar line. The song maintains the basic theme throughout, but builds until the end, where it ends with the pulse of the bass drum again. Instrumental, Dramatic, Contemplative Music