JJ Grey will perform live at The Record Exchange at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15. As always, this Record Exchange in-store concert is free and all ages. Purchase JJ Grey’s new album Georgia Warhorse at the in-store and get a free ticket to his show at the Knitting Factory later that night!

From raw funk to deep soul, blues and rock, JJ Grey & Mofro deliver devastating live and recorded performances. And now JJ Grey takes another giant step forward with his newest effort entitled Georgia Warhorse. With eleven new original songs, including one co-written with songwriting icons Chuck Prophet and Angelo Petraglia (Kings of Leon), one featuring Derek Trucks, and the single “The Sweetest Thing” featuring a duet with Grey’s long-time musical hero and reggae icon Toots Hibbert. Having just hit the streets at the end of August, Georgia Warhorse debuted at #74 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart and was #26 on the Billboard Rock Album Chart. JJ is set for a breakout year and Georgia Warhorse is the real deal!

JJ will be in Boise for a performance at The Knitting Factory on Sept. 15.  The show starts at 8 p.m. and JJ Grey & Mofro take the stage at 9:15 p.m. But, JJ and his label Alligator Records wanted to make this visit special and have also lined up the FREE solo, acoustic in-store performance at The Record Exchange.

And, if you come to the in-store and are one of the first people to purchase a copy of Georgia Warhorse, you’ll receive one (1) FREE ticket for the JJ Grey & Mofro show at the Knitting Factory (while supplies last).

Stop on in for this special solo, acoustic performance by JJ Grey, buy a copy of the new release and then have him autopgraph your own personal copy of Georgia Warhorse.  Then head on over to The Knitting Factory for the full on JJ Grey & Mofro show later.


“Smoldering Otis Redding-inspired ballads…full-bore blues-rock, down-home roots and country-soul…uproariously funky and melodic homespun tales that are gritty and deeply personal…Grey’s resonant vocals are potent and authoritative, mature beyond his age.” –Harp

Luther Dickinson (of the Black Crowes & North Mississippi All-Stars): “JJ Grey is an inspiration and a source of strength for anyone fighting for the future while trying to preserve and celebrate the good of the past.”

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