Mojo Nation | Everybody Loves a Happy Ending

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Everybody Loves a Happy Ending

by Mojo Nation

High-energy rock/pop that's soulful and funky as well as melodic and smart.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. First of the Day
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2. Absolution
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3. Shortbus
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4. Every Minute
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5. Resistance is Useless
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6. Three Minute Kiss
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7. Serve It To You
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8. Amnesia Love
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9. Calling Avalon
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10. Invisible Heart
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11. Nothing Ever Stays the Same
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12. Damage is Done
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13. Further On
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Album Notes
Named after a blisteringly, funky original song, Mojo Nation was born in the Washington, DC area in early 2005. Multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/vocalist Steve Sidley and drummer Ted Ray founded the group after the dissolution of their previous band (everyone's favorite east coast power funk trio - Sam's House) a year earlier. With firm roots in the world of rock and funk, Steve and Ted began their excellent adventure by incorporating electronics and drum loops to create a densely layered sound that also included reggae, hip hop and most anything else they found lying around Ted's basement floor. After driving down a few guitar related cul-de-sacs, R&B/Jazz guitarist Earl Carter (formerly of E.U. - remember that song "Da Butt"?) joined the fold adding an even wider palette of tonal colors from jazzy funk to blistering rock. After Ted Ray's untimely death in the summer of 2005, drummer Mike Corbett entered the picture bringing his hard hitting style of rock and soul timekeeping to the band's evolving sound. The year 2007 saw Mojo Nation film a live three song DVD and record their debut full length release, "Everybody Loves a Happy Ending." Featuring 13 original songs including the single "Absolution" and mixed by Doug Derryberry (Dave Matthews), the album is scheduled to be released nationwide in March 2008 on the My Money Records label. "Everybody Loves a Happy Ending" has garnered a lot of praise from industry folks and fans alike in advance of its release and Steve Sidley's songs have been heard on radio stations across the country and around the world (and have also been featured on the MTV program "Celebrity Undercover"). As a live act, Steve Sidley and Mojo Nation are a dynamic, high energy experience with Steve playing an amazing variety of instruments onstage and rocking major venues, colleges and festivals with eye grabbing and ear catching intensity. With their huge sound and Steve's emotionally resonant songs they quickly connect with and win over audiences with their musicianship and playful charm, which is no small feat for a band dedicated to its original music in a market becoming increasingly dominated by tribute and cover bands. Appealing to a wide variety of audiences with their universality and eclecticism, Steve Sidley and his band create unique and powerful music that transcends genre so maybe it can best be described with two words... Mojo Nation.

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Rosemarie J. Dean

Why doesn't EVERYONE know about Mojo Nation???????????????????
My appreciation of music is wide, Country, Easy Listening, Jazz, Pop, Soul, Blues, even Gospel and Folk...I love Supertramp, ELO, Dire Straits, Chris Rea, Eurythemics, Chris de Burgh..............BUT..............after listening to Steve Sidley's MOJO NATION album (Everybody Loves A Happy Ending) I could ditch my entire music collection and just keep this one - because of the energy and poetry of the lyrics, the vocal richness, the groups wide range of music and effects contained in this masterpiece. There are haunting qualities here that will speak right to your soul. Steve Sidley is a musical genius.