Katy’s “Mo’s Place” Founder To Be Honored By TEXAS COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME

Author: George

Doing something well is admirable.  Doing something well decade after decade is Hall Of Fame worthy.

This Saturday, August 12th, will be a special day for Katy’s very own, Mo Jelaudarzadeh, as he will be presented with the Pioneer Award from the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame.

The event in Carthage, TX will feature Hall of Fame inductions for country music icon Kenny Rogers and Bobbie Nelson, sister of fellow hall member Willie Nelson and long-time member of his band.

The Pioneer Award is being presented to Mo, owner of Mo’s Place in Katy, Texas, for his many years of helping with the success of Texas Country Music artists.

If you don’t know his story, when Mo first came to America, he had nothing but a suitcase and the ambition to achieve the “American Dream.” After working as a dishwasher, trying to put himself through college, he was given a chance to be promoted to bartender, where he found his passion for serving people and fell in love with County Music.

Mo said, “I was given many first chances by people who believed in me. And I will never forget the ones who got me to where I am today. This is why I make the effort for every person who walks onto my stage. “See the stars of tomorrow at Mo’s Place today” is my slogan for a reason, I believe in every one of you, and want to give y’all the first chances I was so graciously given. It’s not just business here, we care for and become family with every act we encounter, from the big Nashville Acts, to our local Hometown Bands, we welcome each one of you home.”

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Congratulations Mo from Your 100.3 THE BULL Family!

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