STUCK MOJO Memorabilia To Be Auctioned Off

Several pieces of STUCK MOJO memorabilia have been put up for auction on eBay.

Interested parties can currently bid on the following items:

01. The "HVY1" Case — the case that was featured on the cover of the group's live album (auction site)

02. The "Pigwalk" head (a metal pig's head that was a major part of STUCK MOJO's live show on the "Squeal Like a Pig" tour in 1996/1997) (auction site)

03. An old Marshall cabinet owned and used by STUCK MOJO guitarist Rich Ward (auction site).

STUCK MOJO split up in 2000 following the release of the group's acclaimed "Declaration Of A Headhunter" effort. Ward and drummer Bud Fontsere have since been focusing most of their time and effort on SICK SPEED and FOZZY, while vocalist Bonz has been keeping busy with a group of his own, dubbed 420 MONKS. Several STUCK MOJO reunion shows have taken place during the past two years, the most recent of which took place in Winston Salem, North Carolina in late February.

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