Who are we?
Jeremy Boyd is a musician, an audio engineer, and an avid music fan. When he was 8 years old he started going through his father’s tape collection ... and his rock n roll journey began.
Jeremy quickly became obsessed with anything to do with music, and developed an appreciation for all forms of unique, unusual and eclectic sound. At 14 he began to play guitar. Putting a band together was the next logical step and throughout high school his band, Delahaye, played often.
After high school he went on to college at Trebas Institute where he studied Audio Engineering and Music Production.
In the spring of 2011, Jeremy decided that he and his unique musical acumen were a good fit for cyber space, so he created Polyphonic Press, a Youtube Channel dedicated to reviewing music, all music, old and new, obscure and popular.
In the summer of 2013 Jeremy started working his magic on the sound board for Mossy Gatherings. He's one of the fixtures of our technical crew and we're proud to have him working with us.
David (Mossy) Moss-Cornett, an Owen Sound, Ontario native has been involved with a number of local and national music festivals, working with well known, high profile acts and independent entertainers as well as up and coming musical secrets.
David is the grandson of nationally acclaimed organist and composer Cyril Moss and nephew of internationally acclaimed award winning classical pianist Earle Roderick Moss.
He spent his youth in close association with high profile media personnel from national radio and television.
His eclectic life pursuits include being a registered practical nurse, an event photographer, a registered clergy member and a registered wedding officiant with the Province of Ontario. Mossy volunteers as a partner abuse response counselor.
He plays guitar, flute, piano, banjo, mandolin, and ukulele. He has a lovely partner, Michelle, and two dogs, Miss-T and Whisper.