Mojo’s Pick of the Week – The Devil in California

Devil in CaliforniaHailing from the San Francisco Bay Area but sounding like they crawled straight from the swamplands of the deep South, the heavy blues rock of The Devil in California delivers one of the most solid performances I’ve seen in a while. The band is fronted by powerhouse vocalist Tony Maison and features a dual attack from guitarists Jamie Cronander and Snake (ex of Skinlab), with Matt Stewart bringing both the bottom end and the high harmonies while Eddie Colmenares lays down the beat. They’re currently touring their just-released debut album “Longer Ride Down”, which is now living in my CD player — I can’t get enough of songs like “Black Hand” and “Delta Sludge”. PIck up their killer debut at the usual outlets, and catch them live if you can, you will not be disappointed!

Check out their first video release, the killer track “Black Hand”

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New EP – Stone Cold Mojo!

Stone Cold Mojo CoverWhat’s up rockers! I put together a small collection of my fuzziest guitar rock songs and included the previously unavailable heavy version of Lost in the Fog, wrapped it up in a little package called Stone Cold Mojo. Check it out on Bandcamp!

Mojo’s Army music is still in the works but I’m focusing on writing and producing with The Answer is None at the moment, look for new songs in the near future and keep up with us on our new Facebook Page and on Twitter!

Keep rockin!

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Mojo’s Pick of the Week: Billy Connally

Billy ConnallySimply put, Billy Connally is one of the Bay Area’s great unknown rock guitar heroes. Over 27+ years of guitar playing experience in numerous bands shines through on his just-released solo album entitled “The Silent Canvas”. Fans of Joe Satriani will not only be impressed but blown away by the pure understated musicianship and emotion in the Billy’s heavy melodic guitar compositions. He’s currently booking dates with supporting band The Billy Connally Project — they opened for Pat Travers earlier this month — so catch this classic in the making if you can!

His thirteen song collection of guitar driven instrumentals entitled “The Silent Canvas” is now available for sale on Amazon and iTunes.

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