New STUCK MOJO/FOZZY Live Photos Posted Online

Guitarist Rich Ward's (STUCK MOJO, FOZZY, THE DUKE) official web site has been updated with 1,000 or so pictures from the recent FOZZY/STUCK MOJO/DUKE tour through the U.K., including exclusive photos from Rich's wedding in a 1700s countryside church. Check out the pictures at this location.

Ward's debut solo album (under THE DUKE banner), entitled "My Kung-Fu Is Good", was released earlier in the month via Spitfire Records. Whereas STUCK MOJO and FOZZY are instantly recognizable by Ward's brutal riffage, THE DUKE takes a more melodic approach and focuses on the songwriting. Tracks like "Used to Be", "Running" and "The Way" show the maturity of Ward as a songwriter. "My Kung-Fu Is Good" also sees Rich take up vocal duty to what will surely establish him as not only a guitar hero but also a brilliant singer and songwriter.

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