Joseph "Mojo" Morganfield, born in Chicago, was the youngest son of the world famous Blues legend, Muddy Waters. Mojo began performing at a young age, traveling with his father and growing up in the Blues. He was taught guitar by his father and his father's guitarist, Bob Margolin.
Mojo was an ambassador and supporter of the Blues for many years and began his own career in music shortly before he passed away.
In that short time Mojo performed with Grammy Award winners Don Was, Jamey Johnson, and Warren Haynes (The Last Waltz); opened for Bad Company featuring Paul Rogers; released an EP...