Mojo Farmers
Mojo Farmers Mojo Farmers, formed during the blistering summer heat of 2000 in Tempe, Arizona, promptly began wowing audiences with their ‘lively’ performances across the Phoenix metro area, allowing their new found fans to ‘cool down’ to some exceptional jam-induced, groove-based rhythms. Using hybrids of rock/jam styles including blues, funk, psychedelic, modern and acid rock, Mojo Farmers have striven to create a clearly unique sound that easily provides an ambience with something for everyone to groove and dance to.

Since those early days, the Mojo Farmers have played extensively across the Southwest United States and California and are now poised to begin branching into venues located in other parts of the US including the Desert Rocks Music Festival in Moab, UT in late May 2007 and tours in CO and CA in summer 2007.

The Mojo Farmers were the proud recipients of the 2005 Arizona Infusion of Music (AIM) Listener's Choice Award and were nominated for Best Jam Band. In 2003, Mojo Farmers were voted winner of the Battle of the Arizona Jam Band competition.They have also opened up for multiple national acts including Rusted Root, Tea Leaf Green, Karl Densen's Tiny Universe, and the Radiators. They have also played on tours with The Tubes, Cracker, Gin Blossoms, Camper Van Beethoven, Authority Zero, and more.

Mojo Farmers remain dedicated to the advancement of the broad musical frontier as well as to the hard work necessary to continuously improve themselves and their overall musicianship, working tirelessly to win the hearts, souls, and minds of every one of their fans.