Moses Noah Valdez is a native of Oak Park, Illinois. While attending Columbia College in Chicago, Moses began songwriting and performing as the lead singer for a local Chicago band, Could Be Karma. He was awarded the 1995 Trailblazer Award with International Airplay for two songs he had written for Could Be Karma, 'Time' and 'If I Die'. After his sister's tragic death in a car accident in 1997, he left his beloved Chicago and moved to Seattle. Snowy Day was written in her memory. While exploring the west coast, Moses began writing and recording songs influenced by his life's challenges and released his first EP Demo, Reflections. 'Held You In My Arms' was featured on WFMT's Chicago Midnight Special Playlist. 'Held You In My Arms' was performed live on Windy City Radio as promotion for his release of 'Reflections'. Moses has made his debut at the Old Town School of Folk Music at the first annual ALT Q Festival in 2001, opening for American folk singer-songwriter, Phranc. He has again performed at the Old Town School of Folk Music in a Benefit Concert for the Victims of the Earthquake in Chile in 2010 with Tropa Solar. In 2008, 'Silent No More' was written and performed at the Silent Too Long, Silent No More Rally, sponsored by Connections for Abused Women and their Children, Pilsen Wellness Center and Mujeres Latinas. Moses resides as a singer-songwriter in Chicago, Illinois.