The Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network
Female Fronted ~ Hard Driving
Zydeco “Party-Gras” Band
November 8th Saturday
at the Harmony House
58 East Main St, Webster, NY 14580
~~ let’s do it up right ~~
~~ be sure to bring a dish to pass ~~
7:15PM - Zydeco dance lesson by Donna Fraser
8:00PM to 11:00PM – Its show time!!!!
Cover: $12, Student Discount with valid ID $10
Info: (585) 727-4119
Hard driving, Female fronted, High energy
Zydeco-based “Party-Gras” Band from Akron Ohio
Fresh enticing originals ~ Deep grooving classics
Sure to provide an evening filled with great music, smiles and energizing entertainment, appealing to the ears, eyes and feet. Music that is positive, energetic, and danceable. Take the best of Zydeco and the best of the Jam Band spirit, combine them into an experience that unifies the audience and the band. A Mo’ Mojo performance is something vital and alive … that gives to and takes from its audience.
What Zydeco dancers have to say about Mo Mojo:
- Elizabeth Berbette of Philly - "Mo Mojo is an incredibly fab band. I'd drive the 6 hrs to hear them in a heartbeat. Their music is hot and FRESH.”
WHAT FOLKS FROM LOUISIANA HAVE TO SAY:
“I can't tell you how many people complimented the band and asked how we found you! Mo' Mojo added the perfect amount of authentic Louisiana Cajun/Zydeco sound to our party!” - Katie Guasco of ‘Visit Baton Rouge’
"Thank you again for a great time at the event held in Louisville, Kentucky. The TAP partners and the Louisiana delegates wanted to dance all night to the great music you all provided. What an upbeat, energetic and fun-filled night you all helped set the tone for. You made us look good with the great music!" - Arlene Gould of Natchitoches Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
REVIEW OF A SHOW AT THE BARKING SPIDER in Cleveland OH
“The Barking Spider came alive with the high energy, rockin’ zydeco sounds of Mo’ Mojo this past Sunday. Nestled into the heart of the Case Western campus, the Barking Spider is a quaint venue dedicated to live music. It was packed to the gill on Sunday with people ranging from young college students to those with heads of silver enjoying their extended weekend. And everyone was clearly entertained by the lively music filling the rustic space.
It was but a few songs into the set when the front tables were pushed to the side and the audience came spilling out of their seats. Never once throughout that evening was that space empty again. The Zydeco sound, so aptly captured by this group of northeast Ohio musicians, finds its origins in southwest Louisiana Creole music but has adapted and changed with the times, integrating many musical genres. Mo’ Mojo’s performance captured this diversity, filling the intimate space with a lively spirit that left toes tapping, voices singing and faces smiling from wall to wall.
The energy of the evening never wavered or waned. The Zydeco spirit flowed flawlessly from band to audience and back again. As the close of the evening’s festivities impended, the shared spirit was accentuated as the audience was pulled in to assist with the last song. It didn’t take long for the entire venue to be filled with voices; "Sing it one more time like that, sing it one more time like that, sing it with me please don't let me sing alone. Sing it one more time like that, sing these troubles off my back, sing it one more time like that before you go…"
Mo’ YOU-TUBE VIDEOS:
Mo’ MoJo - together in love we drown - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2_MaH5ztls
Mo’ MoJo - acadiana - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njQHUBZs9B8
Mo’ MoJo - i know my business too - www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTlKOscVv8Q
Mo’ MoJo - when i'm gone - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkSCwD3d9sc
Mo’ MoJo, Racoon County Music Festival - Oh Mom - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWmL__iVTy8