Lone Star Mojo is an original four piece blues/rock band based in Wichita Falls Texas. With decades of experience between them, the band plays tight and professional in their performances. Joe Splawn is a pro Hammond B3 player and vocalist. Mark Snyder handles the guitar duties playing inverted left handed like Albert King and Eric Gales. He also sings lead vocals. Tim Maloney is a fantastic bass player laying down the bottom end. Him and Barry Sloan on drums are a powerful rhythm section. LSM prides itself on its original songs. They are catchy and emotional at times. The band has two albums under their belt and has charted on several radio play sights worldwide. They are on all major music platforms.

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"I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Rough Around The Edges, from Lone Star Mojo and it's a solid blues rocker. Opening with This Time, a romping rocker, Jo Splawn on Hammond on B3 and lead vocals gets things going with an aggressive bass line by Tim Maloney, Scotty Biggs and Mark Snyder on guitar and Barry Sloan on drums. Snyder knows how to coax the blues outta this rocker with a fiery rocker making this a solid opener. With a splash of R&B, Texas Drought is a real nice track with good radio melody. I really like Snyder's guitar approach on this one with plenty of poise and oomph. With a bit of southern swagger, Crazy About The Woman is another cool track with strong lead vocal by Splawn and nicely blended backing vocals. Biggs and Snyder trade guitar riffs adding a bit of bite for a real nice track. Another cool track is rocker, Fine and Nasty with a great interplay between the guitars and drums and a driving bass line. Snyder on slide guitar really adds some spice onto his fine vocals making for another of my favorites on the release. Wrapping the release is Toppish Groove with a really great rhythm. With a Dusty Hill feel on bass, and British rock style B3 solo this track is solid and Snyder's guitar solo under his own vocals makes for a strong closer."


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