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MojoFlo w/ Electric Soul Pandemic | $7-$10

  • Salvage Station 466 Riverside Drive Asheville, NC, 28801 United States (map)
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ABOUT MOJOFLO

Neo soul group, MojoFlo, is as known for their captivating stage performance as their infectious rhythms and catchy lyrics. Named “Best Band” (2016) by both Columbus Monthly and (614) Magazine for their dynamic live shows featuring vivacious vocalist Amber Knicole. From aerial performances and Soul Train lines to hula hoop choreography and near-cringe-inducing leaps off the drum riser in 6-inch heels this lady has a knack for leaving audiences enthralled.

In combining hard hitting horns, seductive melodies and a meticulously crafted stage show, MojoFlo has built a fiercely loyal fanbase. This self supported band tours routinely to bring their show to a national audience. 

MojoFlo has shared the stage with Rebirth Brass Band, Trombone Shorty, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Joan Jett, KC and the Sunshine Band and the Dynamites featuring Charlie Walker. They’ve played festivals such as Nelsonville Music Festival (2016), Tribal Connection (2015), All Good (2013), Mad Tea Party (2015), Be Kind Gathering (2016) Independent's Day (Columbus 2016). 

 MojoFlo released their debut EP 'Waiting' in 2009 followed in 2010 by “Whatcha Think About That”.  Since 2011 they have released a series of singles including “Home to You” (on vinyl), “Music Makes It Alright (MMIA)”, and “Crazy 4 U”. Their much anticipated next single “Any Other Girl” and accompanying music video are due early 2017.
 

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ABOUT ELECTRIC SOUL PANDEMIC

Electric Soul Pandemic (ESP) is a quintet from Greensboro, North Carolina that specializes in funk rock fusion and soaring, exploratory jams. Featuring sonic, dual guitars (Jeremy Gamba and Randy Elliott), a howling Moog (Jay Beverly), and the confident backbone of drum and bass (Justin Heter and Greg Eriksen), ESP has formulated their sounds over six years in the vibrant North Carolina “jam” and festival scene. ESP pulls from different moods and genres in creating their recipes and will prove a revelation to both the first-time listener and the established ESP fan.

Earlier Event: February 22
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