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Charles Jarrett (right) stands beside the mobile unit display of the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. Charles was re-united with the Might Mojos (after a forty-year absence) to play a concert on June 20, 2007 outside the Clay Center in Charleston, West Virginia. The concert kicked-off the FestiVALL (Charleston, WV) and signaled the nomination of The Mojos into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. Jack Griffith (Wind Jammer) and Michael Lipton (WV Music Hall of Fame) organized the concert. Jack acknowledges he followed the Mojos as a teenager living in the Kanawha Valley (circa 1965-68) and idolized the group. The Mojos recorded several songs that were popular on the Billboard Charts (click here to download) and received the highest rating ever for "new artists" on the famed American Bandstand Show hosted by Dick Clark.
Charles Jarrett (6-2- 07)
  • Mick Jaggar doesn't have anything on Joe Clatworthy
  • Jim and Karen Fields introduce a friend to Joe
  • The Mojos perform as part of FestivALL (6 20 07)
  • Charles Jarrett performs at the WV Music Hall of Fame Concert
  • Jack Griffith (Wind Jammer) organized the Mojos reunion concert (6 20 07)
  • Jack Griffith performs with the Mojos
  • (l-r) Paul Selan, Joe Clatworthy, and Rob Harris
  • Rob Harris (lead guitar) is the comsumate  professional musician
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Charleston Daily: WV Music Hall of Fame (June 21, 2007) PDF

Charleston Gazette: The Mojos reunite for FestivALL (June 14, 2007) PDF


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