The Platters, Trumpet, and Radio - What does all of this have to do with Mose Stovall? Mose Stovall is a Birmingham Alabama native, with a passion for music. Mose was introduced to music very early on. It is reported that initially, Mose took an interest in the trumpet, and later began singing. Mose Stovall's singing ability was noticed by Choral Director Perry Anderson an Educator at A.H. Parker High. With nurturing from Dr. Anderson, Mose was taught ways to enhance his vocal skills. A few of Mose accolades from early on include Birmingham Civic Opera, Birmingham All-City Chorus, a contender for Alabama Choral Ensemble. opening act for Grammy Urban Showcase in 2000, and 2013's Best Urban Male Entertainer of the Year recipient at Alabama's Urban Award. Mose Stovall's style of singing is influenced by the late Luther Vandross, Anthony Hamilton, and Maze featuring Frankie Beverly. Thus, the reason Mose Stovall has come to be known as, 'the Velvet Voice.' His expressive and soulful voice calls out to his audiences, as his feelings and spirit is reflected in his music. Mose Stovall has appeared as show opener to Erica Badu, Willie Clayton, the O'Jays, and Maze. He appeared on Star Struck hosted by Donnie and Marie Osmond. Mose has informed us that the following names are only a few of the artists he has been honored to work with: Tony Terry, Howard Hewitt, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Willie Clayton, Omar Cunningham, Vick Allen, Big Ro Williams, Erika Badu, Calvin Richardson, Benny Latimore, Angie Stone, Producers Robert and Thomas Harris, Jamil Debarlabon, Mark Price, Ant Madden of Switz Beats, GEO, Six Nine & A/C, and Wink from Gasden Alabama .
He is a current member of The Golden Sounds of the Platters. Although Mose Stovall is a gifted singer, he makes it clear that he is also established as songwriter, producer and radio DJ. Mose also enjoys performing cover tunes of other great artists. He performs songs of all eras from the 70s to 90s and in almost all categories. In August 2003, Mose released his first R&B solo album 'Private Party', with hits songs, 'Hold You', 'The Problem Is You', 'Good Lovin', 'Dance', and 'Can't Stand.' Later in 2007, he released his second album. Mose is currently hosting 'BEATS TV' which is a weekly TV show seen on (ABC 33/40) Birmingham's local airways. Mose is working on his next album and excited about the hot new single, 'Dancin.'. Be sure to follow the 'Velvet Voice' of Mose Stovall. Mose recalls motivational phrases spoken to him by his beloved grandmother: “Once a task has just begun, never leave it until it’s done.” “Be the labor, great or small, do it well or not at all.” Mose says, his grandmother would repeat these phrases when she believes he and her other grandchildren were being lazy. This has been motivation for Stovall’s generation and beyond. Now Mose shares his own motivational thoughts: "God's purpose must always be our guide. Singing is my gift, through music I want to reach, to touch and to make changes in people's lives. My goal is to make people look at their lives and put it in a positive direction. Music is a universal language, that crosses all barriers and touches everyone - anyone. Healing souls is my mission. I thank God for the chance to spread His love through my gift of music. Through me, the gift is spread via records, Cds, TV, Radio, and Video."
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