Mo Zowayed & The Moonshiners are playing the Celtic Picnic Festival this March the 18th. Tickets are BD2, Doors open at 1pm.
Read about Mo's recent adventure in Nepal on the second page of this week's Gulf Weekly issue!
It tells about the WELNepal charity, the initiative to raise money through Hardly Hanging On, and about general life in one of Asia's most well hidden secrets.
Read the the full article here: http://www.gulfweekly.com/Articles/34495/Making-music-for-women%E2%80%99s-empowermen
The finishing touches are being placed on the EP recordings, and the long journey is coming to a foreseeable end. Cover art is being discussed, music videos are being compiled, and excitement is bubbling.
Mo is preparing to leave to Nepal on a five-week trip to celebrate the best musical year we've had so far, write new songs, record a few videos, meet new people and experience new places.
Follow his travels @mozowayed on Instagram or Facebook.com/mozowayed
It's been quite the couple of weeks! We got together to film two performance videos at our friend Jody's place. After a few takes, many glasses of wine, and several camera issues, we managed to get what we needed. And it looks great!
Here is what we've learned:
1- There is no such thing as enough light. Ever.
2- Keep cats and dogs out of the room. Always.
3- There is no such thing as enough time. Ever.
Jody had a party at his studio the next day and asked if we would perform. We did, and had the best time. People were singing along, dancing, and hula-hooping. We couldn't have asked for a better end to a crazy week.
The music videos and the performance at Jody's studio will be up by August 1st: YouTube.com/mozowayed