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MoeTar
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MoeTar is a Bay Area band whose two main protagonists, lead singer Moorea Dickason and bassist/songwriter/lyricist Tarik Ragab, work with a versatile crew of musicians, including guitarist Matthew Charles Heulitt (Zigaboo Modeliste, Narada Michael Walden), drummer David Flores and keyboardist Matt Lebofsky (miRthkon, Secret Chiefs 3).
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http://www.moetar.com
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (3)
MoeTar — Final Four MoeTar — Final Four
(Bandcamp no#, 2018, DL)
MoeTar — Entropy of the Century MoeTar — Entropy of the Century
(Magna Carta , 2014, CD)
MoeTar — From These Small Seeds MoeTar — From These Small Seeds
(Magna Carta no#, 2012, CD)

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