Mojo Farmers's Profile

About me:The Mojo Farmers sprouted in the year 2000 out of Tempe, Arizona with a simple concept: Five guys cultivating a new form of music that is a heady mix of jam, psychedelic rock, blues, and even country. The band name is about farming Mojo, cultivating essence, and spreading some good vibes. The band’s two original members, Bill Baker and Chris Losey both play lead guitar and have different styles that drive the band chemistry. Bill has a smooth side that's bluesy and shreds with the best in any rock genre. Chris has an eclectic style that is truly unique and helps to define the Mojo sound. As the band has evolved, so have its members. Jim King joined the band in 2005 and brought deep, serious grooves with his bass guitar, Norm Herd was added in 2007 to enhance the depth and dimension of the songs with his keyboard, and Darin Lugar entered the mix at the beginning of 2008 to keep the beat grooving.
Member Since:June 25, 2006
Last Login:July 14, 2008
Location:Tempe, AZ
Birthday:June 15
Music means to me:In keeping with their name and motto, the Mojo Farmers have performed at multiple charity events including the P.F. Chang’s Rock N Roll Marathon, the Desert Sun Child Development Center Charity Auction, and the Relay For Life to benefit the American Cancer Society

Besides headlining throughout the Arizona and the southwest, Mojo Farmers have opened up for many national acts including Rusted Root, Tea Leaf Green, Steel Pulse, Karl Densen's Tiny Universe, and the Radiators. They have shared the stage with The Tubes, Gin Blossoms, and Cracker on the 2006 and 2007 Rockin' The Seas Cruises.

The Mojo Farmers performed at the 2008 McDowell Mountain Music Festival, the 2007 McDowell Mountain Music Festival, and the 2007 Desert Rocks Festival.
Other Distractions:Music Festivals, Camping Festivals, bars, live shows


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