Mojo Gogo set for two Donegal dates

Mojo Gogo

Mojo Gogo

2014 is shaping up to be all go for Mojo GoGo with tour dates in Germany, Netherlands and Lanzarote to name but a few. But before that they are all set to play two dates in their home county.

This Saturday, February 22 the band will perform at The Forge, Donegal Town, while a week late they make a return to Letterkenny to perform at The Greenroom Live on Saturday, March 1.


Mojo GoGo are Niki Pollock (guitar/vocals), Jordan Carty (drums), Keelin Gallagher (bass/vocals) and Paul Rodgers (guitar).

After returning from a hugely successful tour of The Netherlands in October, Mojo GoGo were not ones to rest on their laurels and literally got off the plane and into the famous Grouse Lodge studios the very next day to begin recording their upcoming release of the ‘Streets, Backseats & Envy E.P.’

The Donegal band are known for their energetic, impulsive and joyfully exuberant music. People rave about their legendary live stage shows. With their hard working and ‘do whatever it takes’ approach to the music business, the Donegal band’s straightforward and forthright approach is winning them fans and admirers with every show they play.

Mojo GoGo in their typical “no rest for the wicked” attitude have already began putting plans into place for their third annual ARANMOJO Music Festival which takes place on Arranmore Island. Last year being a complete sell out, the band plan to improve on their very own festival even more this year.

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