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Come see Mojo Groovin' play at the Railway Club in Vancouver. We play a fun mix of funky, groovy instrumental jazz stuff from the '70s and beyond. http://mojogroovin.com
Come see Mojo Groovin' play our mix of instrumental jazz, blues and funk. Our musical influences include masters such as Herbie Hancock, John Scofield, Jimmy Smith, Grant Green, Jimmy McGriff and others.
Late show: IMU presents LAMONTASAURUS, MOJO GROOVIN' & TUESDAYS AT THE MARQUEE Doors: 8:00 pm. Admission: $10 Purchase advance tickets online @ http://www.imuproductions.com/tix Lamontasaurus - Mixing elements of rock, funk, country, pop and an all star cast of members from local bands such as The Unknown Soldiers, Themasses, Slow Nerve Action and Red Eye Empire, you never know what you'll get from this act. The brain child of keyboardist/guitarist Ian Lamont (Jackfruit, Kill City Kids), Lamontasaurus is influenced by Waylon, synths, vegetables, the weather, people, strangeness & fuzz. Mojo Groovin' plays a mix of instrumental funk, blues and jazz music seasoned with Hammond organ and Latin rhythms. Featuring passionate, versatile musicians, their main influences come from jam masters such as George Benson, Herbie Hancock and Jimmy McGriff, just to name a few.
http://www.facebook.com/events/176185709180761/ *** The Orchid Highway’s psychedelic road show once again loads up the Railway stairs. The band will be performing a concert set ie 90 plus minutes of your fav tunes. Bring your dancing shows and get ready to have some serious fun as The Orchids always have a new trick or two. Joining the Orchids will be the newly reformed Stumbler’s Inn and Mojo Groovin. This is going to be loud. Get there early and avoid the logjam in the stairway.
Sounds Like: Herbie Hancock, George Benson, John Scofield, Jimmy McGriff, Grant Green
Bio: Mojo Groovin' is Vancouver's fresh blues, funk and jazz grooves band. We play instrumental stuff you can't help but tap your feet to!
Our main influences come from jam and groove masters such as Herbie Hancock, Jimmy McGriff, Grant Green, George Benson, just to name a few.
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