Music

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One More Whiskey
It's Too Late
My Poor Heart
Hide Your Love






Wild About My Baby Wild About My Baby
Amazing Grace
Bye Bye Baby
If I Could Cry
She's Alright
So Long
Wild About My Baby
Drown in My Own Tears
Jitterbug Swing
Goin' Down
Poor Lonely Man
Footsnewgy Bituminous Tusk


Real House of Blues Real House Blues
Leave It Gone
Got A Love
My Mama She Don't Love Me
Hootchie Mama
Don't Worry
Eldorado
Lightning
Lightning (Reprise)
Hey Hey


Good Gravy Good Gravy
Workin' With My Baby
It's All Good
Leave That Good Gal Here
Philly Rag
Woke Up With The Blues
I'll Be Your Man
My Baby
Poor Lonely Man
Bad Luck Woman
Good Gravy
Mudbone Waltz


Not for Nothin' Not for Nothin'
I'm Ready
Camel Toe Boogie
It's Late
Waiting On A Heartbreak
You're Gonna Miss Me
Drive Me Crazy
Not For Nothin'
Blue Girl
Hurts Me Too
Never Give Up On Love

Bio

Entertaining audiences from concert halls to coffeehouses, festivals and listening rooms, Mojo Stu performs his unique, intense and friendly solo-acoustic music. Mojo Stu has shared the stage with Blues and Music luminaries; Robert Cray, Dr. John, Leon Russell, Johny Winter, Kenny Neal, Maria Muldaur, John Hammond, Big Bill Morganfield (son of Muddy Water), Kelly Joe Phelps, Otis Taylor, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Johny Neal (Allman Bros), and others.

As a feature performer on QVC Channel, Mojo Stu received the highest ratings of any performer on their 'Jammin in the Kitchen' show, featured on FOX News, WXTU 92.5 Morning Show, and created the Blues Expression radio show WPEB 98.1 FM (Phila, PA) with co-host Lonnie Shields.

MTV, A&E Network, Discovery Channel, TLC Network, QVC Channel, and Dave Matthew's (VH1 biography 'Driven') have all licensed Mojo Stu's music for their productions, testament to his market cross-over ability. Mojo Stu was handpicked to be one of three U.S. artists (along with Anita Baker and Peter Cincotti) to launch new music website AOLmusic.com in the Blues/Jazz genre, and has also been a featured artist on web powerhouse Broadjam.com

Mojo Stu's new release 'Wild About My Baby' travels across a hundred years of Blues, Roots, and American tradition to create a journey of organic new music created on a solid foundation or multi-genre influences and expression. Mojo's solo presence is undeniably stated in 3 of the CD's songs, the other tracks being recorded with the other members of Mojo Stu Trio; Flourtown Fats on Bass and Doug Masters on Drums. The entire recording was cut 'live' at Media Music Studio and co-produced with Jamie Brown who also wore the engineer's chapeau.

Mojo Stu's 'Real House Blues' channels decades of Blues music through grooves and beats so down to earth they could grow cotton on concrete. 'Got A Love' (RHB's 2nd song) was included on WXPN 88.5 FM (Phila, PA) compilation 'Philly Local, Right On Track' initially sent to 5,00 station subscribers and now available in stores. Also, has appeared on WXPN's radio show Leight Lunch with Helen Leight, and performed for station events both on-air and off. REAL House Blues is currently featured on worldwide radio shows and has charted in the Top 20 of the Roots Music Report.

Mojo Stu's love of the Blues is evident in previous releases 'Good Gravy' and 'Not for Nothin' (Mudbone Records) both releases received international critical acclaim. National reso Phonic Guitar Co. endorses Mojo Stu, who contributes to their annual audio-catalog, which features artists and resonator guitars and ukuleles. 'Artists in Resonance' is available online and annually at the NAMM Show.

Mojo Stu donates his performance services to Musicians On Call, a charity sponsored by WXPN that hosts musicians to play in hospital at patient bedsides, and has created the Peace, Love, and Sunshine Foundation dedicated to raising funds and awareness to worthy causes. Proceeds from sales of Mojo Stu's music benefit these organizations.

People often wonder how such true, down-home blues can come from a yankee suburbanite. Mojo Stu certainly plays and sings with all the passion and conviction of the Blues greats. Undeniably contemporary, blending striking original material with traditional presentation, masterful slide guitar and deft fingerpicking all make Mojo Stu one of the premier gut-grabbing, footstomping, 'retro-revivalists' in the new generation of Blues artists.

Shows

Mojo Show
Friday, May 9, 2014
At Sellersville Theater
Tix and Info: Click Here!

Past Shows

Mojo Stu (co-bill w/ David Stango)
Friday, February 7, 2014
At Kennett Flash
Tix and info: www.KennettFlash.org

Mojo Stu Live! W/ Dana Fuchs
7:30PM Friday. January 31, 2014
At Sellersville Theater: 24 W Temple Ave and Main St, Bethlehem Pike, PA
Tix and info: www.ST94.com or call (215) 257-5808

Mojo Stu 3.0
November 30th, 2013
At Ron's Original
Tix and info: http://www.RonsOriginal.com

Mojo Stu (solo)
December 20, 2013
At Kennett Flash
Tix and info: www.KennettFlash.org

Reviews

Mojo Stu Performing "The Real Deal"
- Philadelphia Inquirer

"Makes Blues, the BLUES"
- Fox 29 TV News

"A live-wire of joy!"
- Town Talk

"The 'Blackbelt' Bluesman"
- Daily Times

"Exciting music with deep feeling."
- Blues Power Radio Show

"Foot-stomping, gut-grabbing fuel for the soul!"
- Philly Rock Guide

"Above excellent guitar playing that reaches down at the heart of traditional Blues."
- Underground Press

"Great Blues for every generation."
- Blues Deluxe Syndicated Radio

"A superb guitar player!"
- Cadence