JJ Grey & Mofro Announce UK And Netherlands Dates For The OLUSTEE World Tour

New Album Olustee – Grey’s First In Nine Years And First Self-Produced Album – To Be Released February 23rd On Alligator Records.

JJ Grey & Mofro Tour (poster)

On Tuesday, February 20, renowned singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist JJ Grey, leader of JJ Grey & Mofro, announced UK and Netherlands dates on the band’s “Olustee World Tour.” JJ Grey & Mofro will perform June 12, 13 and 14 in the Netherlands, and June 15, 17 and 18 in the United Kingdom.

Grey couldn’t be more excited about these dates “It’s been almost a decade since we’ve played there y’all! We can’t wait to finally get back to the land of a million accents and the only place on earth to have a real cuppa and a proper fry-up! UK massive!”

The new album, Olustee (with cover art by Grey), is set for February 23rd release on Alligator Records. This is Grey’s first album in nine years, and the first he has self-produced. Popular UK national broadcaster Jazz FM has declared Olustee their “Album Of The Week” starting February 19.

Foto JJ Grey & Mofro Concert Nieuws - The OLUSTEE World Tour

JJ Grey & Mofro Concert Dates

12 June 2024 – Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam
13 June 2024 – Doornroosje, Nijmegen
14 June 2024 – Holland International Blues Festival, Grolloo

JJ Grey & Mofro - Olustee (album cover photo)


On Olustee, the North Florida-born and bred artist sings his personal stories with universal themes of redemption, rebirth, hard luck, and inner peace. With his music, Grey also celebrates good times with lifelong friends, often mixing the carnal with the cerebral in the very same song. Fueled by his vividly detailed, timeless originals, spun from his own life and experiences in the swampland, Grey’s gritty baritone drips with honest passion and testifies with a preacher’s foot-pounding fervor.

Grey has released three singles from the album: “The Sea,” “Rooster,” and most recently, “Wonderland.” AllMusic says JJ Grey’s music is “as authentic as the ground under your feet, because that’s where it comes from — just before it moves, simply and directly, through the body of the listener, into the human heart.”

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