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Remember when the quality of music was judged by the raw force of a bands dynamic, as opposed to corporate sales charts and overproduced recordings? Well just in case the world may have forgotten, Grooveyard Records recording artist Mojo Radio is here to remind you. With emphasis on ripping guitar lines, solid rhythm backbone, and punchy, soulful vocals, Mojo Radio aims to usher in a new approach to music that’s reminiscent of the great rock ‘n’ roll and blues techniques that have stood the test of time. Drawing heavily from the influences of bands like The Black Crowes, Drive-By Truckers, Rival Sons, Humble Pie, Free, The Faces, as well as blues artists like Muddy Waters, Freddie King, and Sonny Terry. Mojo Radio creates music that commands attention by way of an undeniable blues-rock groove and pure musical mojo. Mojo Radio has their songs played on the radio in the United States and Europe, as well as being reviewed by publications around the world. Their music has gained them a sponsorship by Bud Light, as well as endorsements from Vic Firth, and Curt Mangan Strings. Mojo Radio has had the honor of working with legendary Cheap Trick drummer, Bun E. Carlos, on pre-production for their first full length album. Mojo Radio has signed a deal with Grooveyard Records for the recording of their second album, which was released in the fall of 2013. That album, Rise, was nominated for album of the year at the 2014 WAMI awards. Grooveyard Records also distributes their first album. This deal will take the band into new markets around the world. Mojo Radio has shared the stage with the following artists: Ted Nugent, The BoDeans, Kansas, Foghat, The Romantics, Crash Test Dummies, Dan Baird and Homemade Sin (the Georgia Satellites), Clyde Stubblefield, The Steepwater Band, Caroline's Spine , Earl Greyhound, and Nic Cowan. Mojo Radio believes that they are best when seen live. They continue to win fans over, show after show.