About this pro
Bob and the Dr played with four other band members for a private party in Parker last night. Wow! The first set transported me to the Village Vanguard as we listened to Miles Davis and other great jazz. Each musician is supremely talented,in their own right, but the real alchemy occurs when then blend. .. amazing performance by all, with an encode of Spooky that left all clamoring for more. Can't say enough about the music, the arrangements, Bob Neuwoehner's original compositions. The evening was a huge success, and Blue Stone Mojo was an integral part of that. Bring these gifted pros to your event, you will be glad you did. Eric Zelt, Parker CO.Jul 26, 2015
Awesome jazz band and extremely professional. Will definitely highly recommend this company!Mar 25, 2015
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?Music grabbed hold of me in my teens ... and hasn't let go. You could call it a passion, but sometimes it seems more like an incurable disease. When we get to play for a large crowd, however, it's really a gift. The Blues Brothers probably said it best: We're on a mission from God."
- What types of customers have you worked with?BlueStoneMojo provides the soundtrack that transforms ordinary parties into exciting, memorable events. In an intimate setting, one of our small ensemble formats (2-4 pieces) will set just the right mood with smooth instrumentals and sophisticated vocals. When you want a supercharged infusion of energy to make your party unforgettable, we'll pull out all the stops with our full 7-piece horn band and our full-tilt party package. Jam band jazz is an exciting fusion of old and new ... original music, standards and classics ... getting it started at the crossroads of folk, rock, blues, and jazz.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?One thing customers may not realize is just how much work and investment goes into putting together a great performance. Countless hours of rehearsal and practice make it possible to "play" 3-4 hours of great music for a party. Plus there are significant investments to be made in instruments and equipment ... not to mention hours of hauling and setting up a band's equipment. Most musicians are very hard working and very ordinary people, not "rock stars" with roadies and groupies and the like.