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Mofro, Ozomatli to play free shows

L.A. band Ozomatli returns to Aspen for a free downtown concert on March 23 as part of Spring Jam. (Stewart Oksenhorn/The Aspen Times)

ASPEN JJ Grey & Mofro and Ozomatli will perform free concerts during the seventh annual Spring Jam, a celebration of skiing and music set March 22-25 in Aspen and Snowmass.JJ Grey & Mofro, a Florida-based roots rock band, will perform March 22, at 7 p.m., at the end of the Snowmass Village mall. Incidentally, the bands third CD, Country Ghetto, was released just last week on Alligator Records.The band will also play Belly Up Aspen that night; tickets are $14 in advance and $17 on the day of the show.Ozomatli is set to play the Core Party on March 23 in downtown Aspen, at the corner of Cooper Avenue and Galena Street. The multiethnic, Los Angeles-based band performed a free aprs X concert in Wagner Park as part of the Winter X Games two years ago. Ozomatli, winner of two Grammy Awards, is scheduled to release a new CD, Dont Mess With the Dragon, March 27 on Concord Records.Both shows are part of this winter’s Bud Light HiFi Concert Series in Aspen/Snowmass. For more information on Spring Jam, go to

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