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An innovative and welcome addition to the Argyll music scene is just a couple of weeks away.
MOJO is a showcase for live, original music and home-grown talent.
The first-ever MOJO will be staged at Craignish Village Hall, Ardfern, and will feature some cracking Argyll acts in the shape of Citizen 9, Danny Carroll and plenty of Ardfern musical talent.
In the wake of a hugely enjoyable MAMA Fest in Ardrishaig, this smaller event offers something just as enjoyable, but with an organic vibe. In fact, some would argue it is home-made and free-range – but without the chickens.
Singer-songwriter Danny Carroll is all about energetic acoustic rock. Danny and his band will perform a collection of songs full of harmony and strong vocals.
Citizen 9 will play later in the evening – and they are simply an awesome full-on rock band.
It will all happen on Saturday October 21. Doors open at 8pm for an 8.30 start, there will be a licensed bar and the evening is open to over-18s only.
A limited number of tickets is available, so don’t delay. They are available, priced at a modest £7 (£10 on the door) from the Argyll Book Centre in Lochgilphead, Oban Music Shop and Ardfern Stores.
You can reserve tickets by calling Dan on 01546 602429 or via the MOJO – Argyll Facebook page.
Mid Argyll’s own Danny Carroll will perform. no_a40MOJO_Carroll01