Harry Mo’s musical journey began in his youthful days at elementary school in Dominica where singing was a daily part of the curriculum, and also as a church choir member where he got his first lessons in singing and playing the organ.
Shortly after graduating high school in 1984, Harry Mo gained employment as an elementary school teacher, and a few years later he migrated to the US Virgin Islands. He later joined the US Army and moved to the United States.
While stationed in Germany soon after the Berlin Wall came down, Mo met a Jamaican fellow soldier, who turned him on to Reggae music. The two transferred to Colorado Springs, Colorado and formed the band “Mountain Reggae” which became one of the top bands in the region. Harry Mo later joined roots rock reggae band “Boom Shaka”, touring throughout the U.S., and worldwide to faraway locales like Brazil, Hong Kong and Ethiopia.
In 2003 Harry Mo moved back to the U.S. Virgin Islands and has since released two stellar solo albums: “Run Away Slave” and “Back to Africa”. As a solo artist he’s a noted performer, energizing crowds with high caliber, crystal clear and soulful singing with tight guitar strumming and a captivating energy that lures you in.
Harry Mo is currently recording a third solo album while co-producing and album with the Black Star band.
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