January 10, 2002

An eight-track demo version of STUCK MOJO's “Raise The Deadman”, recorded solely by guitarist Rich Ward during the songwriting sessions for the group's Declaration Of A Headhunter CD, can be downloaded from this location. In related news, FOZZY—who feature in their ranks Ward and ex-STUCK MOJO/current SICK SPEED drummer Bud Fontsere—have completed the recording sessions for their second CD, which is due through the Megaforce label in the spring. Also on the STUCK MOJO-related front, Ward and Fontsere's current group SICK SPEED are planning on recording four new tracks by early spring—the band's first material to feature new members Keith Watson (bass/vocals) and Billy Grey (guitar/vocals). In the meantime, you can catch SICK SPEED live at the following locations:

Jan. 11 - Rick's - Valdosta, GA
Jan. 12 - Dark Horse - Atlanta, GA
Jan. 18 - The Shack - Anaheim, CA (w/FOZZY)
Mar. 01 – Mcgettingans - Huntington, WV (w/FOZZY)
Mar. 02 - 812 Club - Charleston, WV

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