FREE: Louisiana Band “Mo’ Mojo” in concert 14th February 2015 (Bridgetown U.S. Embassy)

The Bridgetown U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce that Mo’ Mojo will be performing live in Barbados on Saturday 14th February for a FREE concert at the Errol Barrow Center for Creative Imagination! Get ready to experience the high energy, “party-gras” Zydeco music of Mo’Mojo!

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) Mo’ Mojo is a popular American band based in Louisiana – the home of Zydeco. Zydeco is a musical genre which evolved in Louisiana by French Creole speakers as a fusion of traditional Creole music, some Cajun music influences, and African-American traditions - including R&B, blues, jazz, and gospel. Mo’ Mojo’s performances can be seen at large festivals and zydeco dances throughout the Midwest and East Coast of the United States, and they feature a dynamic mix of vocal harmony, accordion, fiddle, guitar, triangle and drums.

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) Mo’ Mojo is a popular American band based in Louisiana – the home of Zydeco. Zydeco is a musical genre which evolved in Louisiana by French Creole speakers as a fusion of traditional Creole music, some Cajun music influences, and African-American traditions – including R&B, blues, jazz, and gospel. Mo’ Mojo’s performances can be seen at large festivals and zydeco dances throughout the Midwest and East Coast of the United States, and they feature a dynamic mix of vocal harmony, accordion, fiddle, guitar, triangle and drums.

As we prepare to celebrate Black History Month during the month of February, we recognize the role that African-American musicians have played in shaping music in a variety of genres.

Please note that tickets will not be issued, so be sure to arrive early!

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