About Luke Moseley
Luke Moseley has been a professional musician for more than a decade. He holds a music degree from The University of Texas, where he received his Bachelor of music. Professionally, Luke is an accomplished piano/keyboard player, session musician, composer, music director, and producer.
Both as a musician and composer, Luke enjoys crafting melodies, and other elements aimed at inspiring a range of emotion.
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Artists recorded/performed with
Chis Tomlin, Casting Crowns, Francesca Battistelli, Lauren Alaina, For King and Country, Brandon Heath, Phil Wickham, Zach Williams, Kari Jobe, American Idol winner Trent Harmon, Sawyer Brown, Sean Stemaly, and Phil Keaggy.
As a performer, Luke has toured all over the country and internationally, with TV appearances including Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, and others. He has also played some iconic venues including Carnegie Hall, The Ryman, and multiple appearances on The Grand Ole Opry stage.
Networks to recently feature his composition work NBC, ABC, BBC, TLC, VH1, ID Discovery, and Netflix.
Composer for “Sewing Hope” documentary, narrated by Forrest Whitaker.