Mojo Green is a 7 piece Horn Driven Soul Funk Machine playing their own version of high energy horn driven dance music. Sharing the stage with some of the nations top touring bands and gracing the stages of the top West Coast Music Venues and Festivals, Mojo Green is quickly becoming a Soul Funk household name. Over the last fewyears Mojo Green has played over 200 shows taking their high energy, hard hitting, crazy dance party to venues such as ,The Great American Music Hall, The Grand Opening of the Hardrock Hotel and Casino Lake Tahoe, The Armory, The Sierra Nevada Big Room, The Sweetwater Music Hall, Harlow's , The Crystal Bay Club Crown Room and the historic Celebrity Showroom at the Reno Nugget.

Their touring schedule has given them the honor of sharing the same stage with powerhouse National acts like The Funky Meters, Left Over Salmon, Lettuce, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Rusted Root, The Motet, Trombone Shorty, Orgone, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Turkuaz, The Monophonics, Tea Leaf Green,Nigel Hall and has gained them the reputation of being one of the best live acts around. Over the past couple of years they have also had the opportunity to take their unique sound to major festivals such as Burning Man, The Hangtown Halloween Ball, The Squaw Valley Funk Fest, Off Beat Arts and Music Festival, The Bounce, For the Funk of It, Mateel Summer Fest and The Ridgestock Music Festival.


“Dirty dance funk with dynamite vocals,driving rhythms and SMOKIN horns!”— Spencer Rouse - Chico Enterprise Record

“People hear jam band and think of the Grateful Dead, Phish, Widespread, etc.. I can tell you that Mojo Green is none of these and all of these. Encompassing the jam band spirit, the band takes it into a new direction making the sound all their own.” — Jimmie Blanchard - Phish and

“How would you like your mojo, if you could have it made to order? Scrambled, over-easy, maybe poached … what about green? Just as green eggs don’t sound strange in the imaginary world of Dr. Seuss—in the musical world of local outfit Mojo Green, that’s also the unconventional color of choice, used to describe the band’s inherent instrumental sexiness.” — Funk in Public Album Review: Laura Davis Reno News and Review

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