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Eli Mosley is a native Floridian who gets inspiration from traditional country artists such as George Strait, Brad Paisley, and Brooks & Dunn. He not only writes and sings his own original work, but also covers country favorites such as “Check Yes or No” by George Strait and “Boot Scoot Boogie” by Brooks and Dunn. He is backed up by three others in his band. After a successful tour through the Midwest this past winter, Eli released his first EP this spring and has been performing in his native Central Florida area. Eli has been performing since 2007. He is a US Marine Corps veteran and a 2015 graduate of Southeastern University with a degree in Music Business.

Kheagun Fleckenstein, the lead guitar player for the band, hails from Auburn, Indiana where he was born and raised until moving to Florida in June of 2015.  Kheagun posted an ad looking for a spot in a country band and Eli responded.  Growing up playing in rock bands, Kheagun has been a country music fan since his childhood and loves country music.  He has been playing the guitar since he was 13 years old.  Huge influences on his playing have been Brad Paisley, Brent Mason and Eddie Van Halen.

Zach Branham, the drummer, hails from Nashville, Michigan where he played the drums in high school and his church’s band. Eli and Zach met at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. The first time they played together was for Eli’s senior concert. Zach has since become an important member of the band.

Anna Lee is the background vocalist/guitarist, from Lakeland, Fl. She sang and played guitar on a high school worship team, and led music at church. Eli taught her how to play guitar at the age of twelve. As result, she fell in love with country music and has continued to follow through with her passion to sing and is working on her debut EP that will be released later this year.”

David Cunningham was born and raised in central Florida and has been playing music since he was 15 years old, starting out playing bass for a youth worship band at church. As he grew his skills over the years he played in a few rock bands touring mostly throughout the east coast. He has written, produced and recorded on several rock albums as well as worship projects. After graduating college with a degree in audio production, David met Eli when they both were working at a music store in Lakeland, FL. It was at that time David was working full time as well as expanding his music career playing for various churches and recording bass cover videos at local studios. In the summer of 2016 David visited Nashville looking for inspiration and found a new respect for country music. He was excited when Eli asked him to join the band a year later.