In photos: JJ Gray and Mofro at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater

JJ Gray and Mofro performed to a packed house at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater. (Tom Dorgan/MoonFrog Media)

WILMINGTON – “It was JJ Gray’s first show at the GLA since ‘time before,’ and you could tell the people were ready for his return,” said photographer Tom Dorgan of MoonFrog Media.

JJ Gray and Mofro landed at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater this past Sunday, August 14th. The sold-out show had fans scrambling for tickets at the last minute, as indicated by the numerous online ticket resale sites.

READ MORE: Southern soul rocker JJ Gray talks gratitude and tours ahead of Mofro show at GFLA

“It felt like diving into your favorite food after a few years on a remote island — like we’d eaten something but not yet grandma’s ‘ho pie,'” added Dorgan, making a reference to a mofro- Song – although one that was dropped from the 15-track setlist.

“So, yes, we’ve had live music post Covid shutdown, but we haven’t had JJ Gray & Mofro in almost three years,” he explained.

The Florida soul, funk and blues musician paved the way for another blues songwriter, Kentucky native Nat Myers. As a storyteller, Myers’ one-man show entertained with guitar and microphone.

Here are scenes from the show, with all photos by MoonFrog Media’s Tom Dorgan.


99 shades of madness
Black water
Keep moving it
no sugar
Write a letter
On fire
Lazy Fo Acre
All good is bad (100 Proof (Aged In Soul) Cover)
The House of the Rising Sun ([traditional] Home page)
orange blossom
I believe (in everything)
brighter days

Nat Myers

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