top of page

One Mo Time

2023 Concert dedicated to the memory of Mo Foster

Mo Foster's passing was a devastating loss for the music community. His immense unique talent, influential work and  dedication to his craft left an indelible mark on the industry. 

The outpouring of tributes and condolences from fellow musicians and fans alike is a testament to the impact he had on the world of music.

'One Mo Time' the 2023 sell out Memorial Concert for Mo Foster, was a deeply moving heartwarming event that brought together a diverse community of friends, fans, and music enthusiasts to honor his legacy.

Renowned artists from various genres took the stage, including fellow bassists, guitarists, keyboardists, drummers, vocalists and more.

Their shared sense of camaraderie and appreciation for Foster radiated through heartfelt performances selected from his extensive repertoire as well as shared reflections of merry memories of their dear friend Mo. This created an unforgettable evening that celebrated Fosters musical genius and the impact he had on all of us.  

In all it was a moving experience that not only celebrated Mo Foster's life but also showcased the power of music in bringing people together. The audience was left with a profound sense of gratitude and inspiration, knowing that his music and legacy would continue to live on.

406649185_10159322236621557_3919996495948681691_n.jpg

The Crew

Discover more about the musicians who performed at the Mo Foster memorial concert. From esteemed bassists, guitarists, keyboardists, vocalists, and more  this collection captures the incredible lineup that came together to honor Foster's legacy. Check out the concerts gallery! It is a visual testament to the talent, diversity, and camaraderie that was showcased on that memorable night.

406399389_10159322222266557_1774093677115699451_n_edited.jpg

Tribute From Leo Sayer

Here's the fab video of Leo Sayer singing the Minder theme 'I Could Be So Good For You' which he recorded and filmed especially for the amazing 'One Mo Time' memorial concert for bassist Mo Foster held at 229 venue on Monday. When Ray Russell, Paul Brett and I started planning the show back in the summer I knew there was only one person who could fill the shoes of the late Dennis Waterman who sang the original back in 1979. I contacted Leo who now lives in Australia, he's such a good pal and trooper that he sent the finished video back in two days flat. Big thanks to him and to record producer Chris Neil who was meant to introduce it onstage but was unable to do so at the last minute so I stepped in for him. Just so pleased it went down so well, enjoy!! -David Stark

406418432_10159322209586557_7475681641966423492_n_edited.jpg

Memories of Mo

Foster's warm and friendly personality resonated with those who had the privilege of knowing him, and his generosity in sharing his knowledge and inspiring others was a testament to his character. Whether it was through his iconic recordings or his live performances, Foster's impact on the music world will continue to be treasured, and his memory cherished by fans and fellow musicians alike.

A special thank you to the event partners
229 london_edited.png
London
The Venue
229 Great Portland St,
London W1W 5PN
Logo
Ray Russell Music
www.rayrussellmusic.com
@RayRussellMusic
DICE_Logo_edited.png
Dice FM
Ticket Sales
dice.fm
1_20230420_172949_0000.png
Talent Management and more.
England, East Sussex.
bottom of page