STUCK MOJO guitarist Rich Ward says that he is not ruling out the possibility of additional reunion shows following the group's appearance at at Ziggy's in Winston Salem, North Carolina on Friday, Feb. 28."I'm not saying that it is out of the question, but for now Winston is all we can commit to," Ward stated. "I am really pleased that there is a 'cool' environment in the MOJO camp and we will do shows when schedules allow for it." STUCK MOJO's last reunion show took place New Year's Eve at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. The group's last studio album, "Declaration Of A Headhunter", was released in 2000 via Century Media Records.
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