Mojo Wellington

Mojo Wellington

Repertoire

Below are examples of the tunes that would feature in a Mojo Wellington set list. Purists are welcome to quibble over the genre categorisations.

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a-ha engage on Valentine’s
a-ha: 14 February 2018, London 30 years ago, my gran gave me my first pop cassette, Stay On These Roads by a-ha. Although the tape...
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The true impact is no impact
After much lobbying, it appears that the government has relented and will shortly release its studies on the impact of Brexit across various sectors of...
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I saved someone’s life yesterday
I saved someone’s life yesterday. Or at least, I may have done. But I probably did. Just let that sink in for a moment. I...
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Blog

a-ha engage on Valentine’s
a-ha: 14 February 2018, London 30 years ago, my gran gave me my first pop cassette, Stay On These Roads by a-ha. Although the tape...
Read More
The true impact is no impact
After much lobbying, it appears that the government has relented and will shortly release its studies on the impact of Brexit across various sectors of...
Read More
I saved someone’s life yesterday
I saved someone’s life yesterday. Or at least, I may have done. But I probably did. Just let that sink in for a moment. I...
Read More

Gigs

2018  
Saturday 14 AprilMuxima
618 Roman Road, Bow, London E3 2RW
Mojo Wellington (duo)
Saturday 7 JulyPrivate partyMojo Wellington (solo)
Saturday 28 JulyPrivate partyMojo Wellington (solo)

 

A stalwart of the London live music scene, Mojo Wellington has performed his particular brand of Rhythm & Blues piano in venues and locations across the capital, including the Houses of Parliament, Pizza on the Park jazz club and Roman Road Festival.

Mojo was resident pianist at Westfield for over two years and plays regularly at Muxima café in Bow as band leader of his eponymous group.

Having written a variety of tunes, many performed live but not yet committed to record, Mojo is slowly but surely recording his debut album.

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