I got my MOJO workin but it just dont work on you
I wanna love you so bad, child, but I dont know what to do
Im going down to Louisiana, gonna get me a mojo hand
Gonna have you all you women under my command
give & getKEEP MOJO WORKIN'!
MOJO is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021. Continue showing your support for MOJO - donate $20 in 2021!
Each $20 donation is an entry to receive $204.21 or 21 jazz CDs! Give up to $100 to increase chances of getting one of the gifts!
Your generous tax-deductible donations will be used for future Jazz Jambalayas, talent and ongoing expenses.
Online or by mail. Drawings on 2.4.2021.
MOJO hosts a Jazz Jambalaya (JJ) every fourth Monday except during the Mobile Mardi Gras season. A MOJO JJ is evening of live jazz, great food, historic environs and fabulous people - with a bit of jazz history and information. We call it "gastro-edu-info-tainment".
Local, regional, national and international musicians perform 2 hours of the best jazz on the Gulf Coast. Admission includes a delicious bowl of jambalaya, salad, assorted cheeses, fruits and desserts. Donation for beverages.
opportunity to win great door prizes and meet celebrity guest
narrators all make MOJO Jazz Jambalayas irresistible.
Y'all come JAZZ IT UP with MOJO!
It's a lot like jazz. Jambalaya (pronounced JUM-bah-LIE-ah) is a Louisiana Creole dish of Spanish and French influence. The Dictionary of American Food and Drink offers this creative old wives' tale about the origin of the word "jambalaya": Late one evening a traveling gentleman stopped by a New Orleans inn which had little food remaining from the evening meal. The traveler instructed the cook, "Jean, balayez!" or "Jean, sweep something together!" in the local dialect. The guest pronounced the resulting hodge-podge dish as "Jean balayez."
$13 members . $15 guests
Door Prize Tickets $2 | 3 for $5
Born in America.
Annual . January 1 - December 31
Individual . Family