|"There is something wonderful about being able to tell somebody by their voice...
A distinctive voice, Sam Baker, John Prine, you know right away who they are.... Charlie Mosbrook is that kind of singer."
Artie Martello -Mostly Folk 2/26/2015
Charlie Mosbrook is contemporary singer songwriter with strong traditional folk sensibilities utilizing guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, and other acoustic instruments to accompany his rich distinctive baritone voice. With 25 years experience as a performer and composer, Charlie presents his music in a relaxed confident simplicity, drawing from a mix of sincerity, humor, and passion.
Voted Cleveland Scene magazines "Best Singer Songwriter" in 2011, his music is heard on folk radio programs throughout the world including FolkAlley.com and The Midnight Special national folk show. In 1996 he was invited to perform the music of Woody Guthrie at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum by curator Robert Santelli (currently executive director of the Grammy Museum). Mosbrook's performance was noted in Santelli's book Hard Travlin': The Life and Legacy of Woody Guthrie
Beginning on subway platforms as a street performer, Charlie developed a natural and conversational stage act, weaving humor, song, and personal introspection. In his ongoing effort to build community through music, Charlie has been a regular host to many popular open mics throughout Northeast Ohio. Today he is a regular performer to many concert series and House concerts throughout the US
As a member of the folk music community, Charlie currently serves as the President of Folknet (Northeast Ohio's Folk music organization) and is an active volunteer with Folk Alliance serving as workshop coordinator for FARM in 2014 and 2015.
In addition to his musical pursuits, Charlie has completed multiple Ironman triathlon's and marathons. Becoming an incomplete quadripaligic in 2010, he remains active training as a paratriathlete. Through hard work and determination he has been able to maintain a steady performance schedule throughout Northeast Ohio and periodicly tours throughout the USA. In an effort to give hope to others who have suffered similar injuries, he regularly performs for patients recovering at Cleveland's MetroHealth Spinal Cord Injury unit. He also serves on the Cleveland Heights City Council Transportation Advisory Board as the Citizen Representive for people with disabilities.
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