Mighty Mo Rogers

Mo Rodgers | Discography | DiscogsMighty Mo Rodgers (born July 24, 1942) is an American electric blues musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer, who has released six albums to date. He has been influenced by the work of Aretha Franklin, Bobby Bland, Eddie Boyd, Jimmy Reed, Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, and Willie Dixon. Bonnie Raitt noted that “Mo Rodgers’ music is a breath of fresh air in the blues/R&B world. He combines sly social commentary with a great funky sound. . . . I love his voice. He’s a welcome original. Maurice Rodgers was born in East Chicago, Indiana, He studied classical piano, but was more influenced by witnessing the blues acts that performed at his father’s nightclub. In the mid-1960s, the music produced by the American record label Stax also affected his musical ambitions. In high school, Rodgers formed his first band, the Rocketeers. See for more.

Black Coffee and Cigarettes

I’m Goin Fishin

Blues Is A Woman Woe Is A Man

Blues Is My Wailin’ Wall

Picasso Blue

Grace Of God

Prisoners Of War

Black Paris Blues


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