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July 21, 2014 10:50 AM

Papa Mojo's, Durham's main club for blues, has closed

This past weekend saw the Triangle's club population contract, with the closing of Papa Mojo's Roadhouse. Local bluesman Mel Melton, leader of the band Wicked Mojos, had run the club for the past seven years on Highway 55 in Durham.

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