Mojo Green fires up Hard Rock en route to Hangtown
Mojo Green, Reno’s horn heavy funk and soul band, entertained a packed crowd Saturday in the Vinyl showroom at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe. It was all for a good cause, as ticket proceeds went to the South Lake Tahoe Cancer League in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Lake Tahoe always brings it to the dance floor,” the band noted on its Facebook page. Frontwoman Jenes Carter led the charge, backed by bandmates Tim Bain (lead guitar and vocals), Monty Adams (trumpet and vocals), Fletch Fletcher (drums), Dave Strawn (bass), Kevin Thomas (baritone and tenor saxophone) and John Bennum (trombone). This week, Mojo Green will play at the Hangtown Music Festival in Placerville, performing two Friday afternoon sets. “Primed and ready to pop!” the band assured the festy crowd.
Click to see more of Larry Sabo’s photos of the show.
ABOUT Larry Sabo
Larry Sabo is a real-estate broker with a passion for rock 'n' roll photography. He makes his living during the day selling real estate but you'll see him at night enjoying shows. Stop and talk to him anytime you see him out, he will always appreciate it.
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