Founded in 1996, Dogwood Moon packed into a mini-van and began touring the USA relentlessly, not to mention doing some gigs in Holland and Belgium--ah, memories of beer, chocolate and fries. Comprised of Jonathan Grossman and Laurie Gunning Grossman, their electro-acoustic pop/folk songs are filled with tight vocal harmonies.
After releasing 4 independent CDs and living the life of road dogs, they got off the road in 2000 to settle down in Los Angeles--and to sleep in their own bed again. Now, Jonathan is the composer of the Emmy-nominated TV show, "Joan of Arcadia," while Laurie works as a vocalist. Still, Dogwood Moon lives on...and in 2005, they released their latest CD "Come & Go." It's delicious ear-candy pop with hints of folk-rock.
Where you may have heard Dogwood Moon songs:
- CBS - "Joan of Arcadia" (2004/2005)
- Independent - "Max and Grace" (2005)
- CBS - "Judging Amy" (2001/2002)
- Independent - "$pent" (2000)
- Miramax - "Full Tilt Boogie" with Quentin Tarantino (1997)
- Trimark - Stephen King's "Sometimes They Come Back...Again" (1996)
- In your neighbor's living room