Xeno Moonflower is a singer-songwriter from New Orleans who stopped traffic in Atlanta with his guitar and his voice.
Foot (and bike) traffic, we should specify. He set up shop at a bench in Piedmont Park and got to work. Folks traversing through stopped in their tracks. The wheel you see in the clip is someone’s bicycle.
Luckily for those of us who weren’t there, a fellow artist who goes by Manny K. Soul on Instagram recorded and posted a clip. I wish it was longer.
“There were people who literally just sat down beside him and were in a trance,” Manny posted. “Lol one lady looked like she was drunk.”
Here it is. Someone please get Xeno into their recording studio or book him at their live events venue.
Pt. 1: @xenomoonflower this was a spiritual experience. There's really no other way to describe it. This video doesn't even capture the full effect. Your voice filled that entire side of the park…could hear you from a mile away, your instrument was just that powerful! You had people in total awe with the passion, the skill, and the conviction. I loved it, even supported, but as I started walking away, I couldn't do it, so I came back to record and to let you know that you sang your ass off! Not sure if you remember me, but I can't wait to support you further. Drop the music man. The world needs to hear you! #vocals #singer #soulsinger #musician #artist #independentartist