Southern Artists NPR's David Molpus profiles the new band Mofro as part of our series on emerging Southern Artists. The band's music has been described as "juke joint," but along with the funky beat there's an environmental message about Florida's disappearing swamplands. The band's co-founder, John J.J. Grey, says his music is a good way to groove and get a point across.
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NPR's David Molpus profiles the new band Mofro as part of our series on emerging Southern Artists. The band's music has been described as "juke joint," but along with the funky beat there's an environmental message about Florida's disappearing swamplands. The band's co-founder, John J.J. Grey, says his music is a good way to groove and get a point across.

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