“Bolstered by radio-ready pop tunes like his cheery debut single “I’m In Love” and funky slow-burner “Bad News,” Sunny Songs for Shady People by The Jack Mosbacher Band feels primed to crack the Top 40 charts.” –San Francisco Chronicle
Stashed somewhere between rock-pop acts like Elvis Costello and Andy Grammer and feel-good country-rockers like Jimmy Buffett and Zac Brown is The Jack Mosbacher Band, an eclectic and rollicking rock group from San Francisco. Whether performing with his small ensemble – guitar, bass and drums with Mosbacher on vocals, guitar and keys – or with his full nine-piece and horn section, Jack Mosbacher’s music hopes to transport you to a happier, brighter place.
"I make music to make people happy, and nothing gives me greater joy than connecting with an audience. Whether you're in a great place and want to celebrate or you're down and need a lift from whatever's troubling you, I hope our music puts a little more light into your world."
A former Stanford baseball player, Mosbacher began his career in New York City, working his way up the East Village ladder in venues like Rockwood Music Hall, The Mercury Lounge, Bowery Electric, and Sidewalk Café. He released his debut album, Sunny Songs for Shady People, in July 2016 to a full house at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and has already begun laying tracks for his next album.