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John Moulder

John Moulder is a guitarist and composer whose music has evolved from an assimilation of various musical traditions. John’s compositions and playing are featured on his CDs entitled Awakening (Mo-Tonal Records 1993), Through the Open Door (Igmod/Mo-Tonal Records 1997), Spirit Talk (NAIM 2003) and his new release Trinity (Origin Records 2006). Televised feature stories on John and his work have aired on Artbeat (WTTW) and Chicago Tonight (WTTW). He also has played on recent recordings by vocalist Jackie Allen such as The Men in My Life (Blue Note 2003), Love is Blue (Blue Note 2004) and her new release Tangled (Blue Note 2006). John has been a member of the Paul Wertico Trio for twelve years. Recordings with Paul include Live in Warsaw (Igmod Records 1998), Don’t Be Scared Anymore (Premonition Records 2000), Stereonucleosis (A440 2004) and his upcoming release The Other Side (NAIM 2006). He has played nationally and internationally at numerous festivals, clubs and concert halls and has performed with artists such as Eddie Harris, Bob Mintzer, Kurt Elling, Paul McCandless, Lyle Mays, Paul Wertico, Gary Burton, Niels Orsted Pederson and Terry Callier. John received his Masters degree in music from Northwestern University. As an educator, he is currently a faculty member of Benedictine University and Northwestern University. He has lectured, taught master classes and conducted clinics at universities, high schools, music institutes and other settings.


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The Eleventh Hour: ...

Origin Records
2012

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Bifrost

Origin Records
2010

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Bifrost

Origin Records
2009

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Trinity

Origin Records
2006

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The Eleventh Hour

Origin Records
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Time Being

From: The Eleventh Hour
By John Moulder

Bifrost

From: Bifrost
By John Moulder

Exodus

From: Trinity
By John Moulder

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