ARIA Award nominated female artist Mojo Juju will join six other incredibly talented Australian artists on stage in Deadly Hearts: A Celebration of Australian Indigenous Music, at HOTA on Saturday 14 December.
The Melbourne-based blues singer who is best known for her 2018 album – ‘Native Tongue’ – will take guests on a journey as she explores her Indigenous heritage through soulful music.
Taking pride in her culture and identify as Wiradjuri, Filipino and queer, Mojo Juju continues to raise the bar with her incredible career. Having recently toured with several international artists, selling out at a number of festivals and shows; and after receiving 15 award nominations in 2018, including three ARIA nominations, and taking home the J Award for ‘Best Music Video’ and the Dreamtime Award for ‘Best Female Artist’, Mojo Juju is one to watch.
Mojo Juju joins the stellar line-up of talented Australian artists for the heartfelt Deadly Hearts concert including Jessica Mauboy, Archie Roach, Aodhan, Selve, HWVKS and Steph Tisdell as MC.
HOTA CEO, Criena Gehrke is delighted with the announcement.
“Mojo Juju is the perfect addition to the already incredible line-up at Deadly Hearts. Fierce and self-assured, she doesn’t shy away from using her music to explore what it was like to grow up feeling like she didn’t quite fit anywhere,” she said.
“Deadly Hearts features the sounds and voices of some of Australia’s most respected and emerging Indigenous musical artists. And I can’t wait to see Mojo Juju add her own unique flavour to this really special night.”
The Deadly Hearts concert will take place at HOTA’s Outdoor Stage on Saturday 14th December from 3.30pm.
Part of HOTA’s huge summer series themed HOME, this concert will feature as part of the 20 exciting events and activities over 15 days from December 1 to 15. For more information visit the HOTA website.