18 July 2023
Mojo Juju

Mojo Juju, a new rock band hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada, is touring with Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) this fall. The band plays old-school rock with a modern twist, covering sounds from rock, pop, punk, and soul. They will be touring bases across Japan from September 29 – October 7, and will be performing in six shows.

Mojo Juju’s lead vocalist is Lea Cappelli, with a vocal style influenced by from rock, pop, funk, and dance. Her voice can be heard on over 150 TV shows, including The Voice, Riverdale, Selling Sunset, 365 Days, and more.

Nazim Chambi, guitarist for the band, plays with the flair of a true showman. He began playing as a teenager, and after years of touring with Jody Watley, he brings his infectious rock n’ roll style to Mojo Juju. In addition to playing guitar, he is also a songwriter and producer.

Cappelli and Chambi met and formed the band in 2021 when they played Amy Winehouse and Jimi Hendrix in the musical revue 27: A Musical Adventure in Las Vegas.

Joining the band on tour are Greg Garman on drums and Denny Hechavarria, an AFE alumnus, on bass. Together with Capelli and Chambi, they bring the band’s iconic sound to life.

AFE has been committed to boosting the morale and well-being of service members and their families stationed overseas through world-class live events and performances since 1951.