Original STUCK MOJO Frontman's 'The Mouth of Mojo' Tour: First Dates Announced

BONZ, the new band led by original STUCK MOJO vocalist Bonz, will embark on "The Mouth Of Mojo" tour in August. The trek will cover North America and Europe over the next several months.

The first confirmed dates are as follows:

Aug. 16 - The Basement - Atlanta, GA
Aug. 17 - Zakk's - Murfreesboro, NC
Aug. 18 - The Berkeley Café - Raleigh, NC (w/ STRAIGHT LINE STITCH, DIECAST)
Aug. 24 - The Haven Lounge - Winter Park, FL
Aug. 25 - The Pit - Jacksonville, FL
Aug. 26 - Club Boa, Clermont, FL

After years of speculation, and many rumors, regarding his musical career, Bonz is back on the scene with a new band and new music that is sure to excite fans and impress critics. The group's first single, "Broken Silence", includes some of the most insightful and poignant lyrics of his career, and he has assembled a band that enables him to explore avenues that he has wanted to go to for many years.

Bonz recruited his friend, Curt Taylor, formerly of PRIMER 55, as well as Erin Stagg and Troi Mosby to complete the lineup. The band also has a number of friends and surprises who make guest appearances on the recordings, truly making this a team effort.

After creating the first few demos, Bonz and his bandmates knew that something really new and invigorating was in store, and the music reflects that feeling. This is a "new" Bonz, with all of the flair and attitude that only he can bring, as part of a band that delivers the goods night in and night out, reiterating that the "Mouth Of Mojo" is indeed back in fine form.

Bonz in 2010 collaborated with former SOULFLY bassist Bobby Burns in the KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE project.

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