Mojo Gurus

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Mojo Gurus
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Background information
Origin St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Genres Rock Southern Rock
Years active 2004–present
Associated acts Roxx Gang
Website [www.mojogurus.com]
Members Kevin Steele, Doc Lovett, Vinnie Granese, Sean Doyle

The Mojo Gurus are an American rock band from St. Petersburg, Florida. The lineup consists of Kevin Steele (lead vocals, harmonica), Doc Lovett (guitar, vocals), Vinnie Granese (bass, vocals) and Sean Doyle (drums, vocals).

They have performed throughout the United States as both headliner and as the supporting act for a diverse collection of bands, including David Allan Coe, Joe Perry and Johnny Winter. The band's first release was Hot Damn!. The band then worked with legendary producer Jack Douglas (John Lennon, Aerosmith, the New York Dolls) and engineer Stephen Marsh (Jeff Beck, Muddy Waters) on the critically heralded Shakin' In The Barn, which was followed up by the grittier, more Southern-leaning Let’s Get Lit With... The Mojo Gurus. Their new album Who Asked Ya? features the track "Where You Hidin' Your Love", which was mixed by Tommy Henriksen (Lou Reed, Alice Cooper).

Discography[edit]

Studio albums

  • Hot Damn! Release date: 2004 Label: Perris Records
  • Shakin' In The Barn Release date: 2005 Label: Empire Musicwerks/Universal
  • Let's Get Lit with...The Mojo Gurus Release date: 2009 Label: True North Records/E1

Music videos[edit]

  • Year: 2009
  • Video: "I Can't Stand To Hear That Song Again"
  • Director: Christian Moriarty

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