BAND ISSUE STATEMENT ABOUT CHUCK MOSLEY. SINGER’S DEATH CAME A WEEK AFTER RELEASE OF NEW ALBUM

We are deeply heartbroken by the loss of our friend and bandmate, Chuck Mosley. Chuck had a
vibrant free spirit. He was also a sensitive, kind and loving soul. He wanted to be everything to
everyone; a good partner to Pip, a good father to his children and grandson, a loyal friend, an
accomplished chef, an entertaining performer and so much more. Chuck was funny, witty,
charismatic and charming in a way that was only Chuck. His art and legacy will be with us all
forever; he was truly one of a kind.

On November 3rd, Chuck, Mark, Erie and I were celebrating the release of an album Chuck held
very dear. Less than a week later, he was no longer with us. Over the past few days, we have spent
a great deal of time contemplating the best way to honour our friend. At Pip and Doug Esper’s
urging, Mark, Erie and I will continue to support the album that Chuck was so proud of. The three
of us will donate any proceeds earned from album sales throughout our release cycle in 2018 to
MusiCares, a not-for-profit charity, in Chuck’s name. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a
wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies and each case is treated with integrity
and confidentiality.

Mark, Erie and I wish to express our deepest condolences to his soulmate Pip Logan, their children
Erica and Sophie, Grandson Wolfgang and dearest friend, Doug Esper. Unfortunately, Chuck’s
premature demise left his family without the means to send him off properly and move into their
next phase of life. Your gesture of a donation to help with his final expenses would be greatly
appreciated: gofundme.com/chuckmosley

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Rest In Peace, Chuck.

Love always,
Chris Kniker, Mark Gemini Thwaite and Erie Loch