Official STUCK MOJO Forums Established

In order to provide STUCK MOJO fans around the globe a central gathering place, the band has announced the creation of the Official Stuck Mojo Forums at The House of the Ward. MOJO fans are encouraged to visit the site at this location, where they can keep track of the latest STUCK MOJO happenings, register and communicate with their peers. These new forums are part of a fan-driven resurgence in the popularity of the band which promises that 2005 is going to be a great year if you're into MOJO.

Currently, the first DVD spotlighting the band is available for pre-order exclusively online at "Inside the Monster: The Evilution of Stuck Mojo Vol. I" is the first in a two-part series covering the history of the genre-defining band from their humble beginnings in the clubs of Atlanta to the European festival stages and everywhere in between.

"The response to the pre-order special offer has been overwhelming," said MOJO guitarist and songwriter Rich Ward (also of FOZZY fame. "We're amazed how quickly people have been grabbing them up. A lot of work went into reviewing, editing and putting all the pieces together. We're sure they're going to love it."


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