A fun mix of Blues, Southern Rock and Funk describes their sound best.


Music unites us all. We perform all original music based on Blues/Funk/Southern Rock/Funk/Jam. 

n the early 1980s Big Mo Maurice Huffman toured for years in Germany playing original blues and southern rock music, often entertaining homesick US G.I.'s.
In 1988 Big Mo moved from Germany to Northern California, after meeting and marrying his American wife, Robin.
He started a business in Paradise California and after getting his feet wet in a new country and living the American life started getting a band together.

In 2004 Eric Weber on saxophone joined the band. A very talented young horn player that brings lots of excitement and energy to the group and soon attracted other horn players. This new born section made a positive change to the sound of Big Mo and added a roundness that further sophisticates the overall experience. For shows in USA Big Mo is currently enjoying the sounds of Steve Valine a very talented pedal steel player who has joined the band. He adds a great dimension which Mo really enjoys. The band plays a variety of all original music from straight forward blues to Southern Rock soulful ballads and funky grooves. 

Jeff Rosso on bass (former bass man for Charlie Musslewhite) and David Breed on the drums are the rhythm section. A very energetic and talented rhythm section! Big Mo & The Full Moon band have now won the Cammie award for best blues band 4 years in a row 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 and 2012. Richard Moore on guitar . Richard was an original member of "The Troggs" (Wild Thing). He is a great guitar player and a great guy(R.I.P. Richard we miss you) . The newest members are Joshua Hegg on keyboard and Ben Sallman on Trombone and Don Bowman on saxaphone and flute and Aman Cowell on trumpet .. They have turned our horn section into a 4 pc now called "The Freight Train" you will see why.

Overnight Accommodations Required

Yes, a total of 4 double occupancy guest rooms. 

Package & Pricing Information

Packages starting from $2,750 for an 8 piece band.