The Moon Gypsies blend all aspects of Americana, Roots-Rock, and Folk-Pop into their distinctive style, this group is propelled by powerful vocals, great original (and award-winning) songwriting, and unique instrumentation.
The Moon Gypsies are a four-piece Americana, Roots-Rock, & Folk-Pop group from Madison, WI (USA). At the core of the band is lead singer/ songwriter/ guitarist, Robert J. Conaway, who was awarded 1st Place in the 1999 Billboard Songwriting Contest for his tune, "A Million Miles Away".
Other members also contribute strong songwriting and vocals as well. Multi-instrumentalist, Chris Wagoner (vocals, electric & acoustic violins, mandolins, lapsteel, accordion, and guitar), recently had his song, "Other People Say", included on MTV''s Tom Green''s new video release "Uncensored". Mary Gaines (vocals, bass, cello), along with Wagoner, has also done extensive studio session work on major and indie-label releases such as: U2 ("Dirty Day" remix, produced by Butch Vig of Garbage), Smashing Pumpkin''s "Gish", EMF ("It''s You", another Butch Vig remix), Freedy Johnston''s "This Perfect World" (as well as Freedy''s most recent, as yet, unreleased recording), and Willy Porter''s "Falling Forward" (produced by Neil Dorfman).
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