Rich Ward

Born Jan 16, 1969

Richard Park "Rich" Ward is an American guitarist, also known by his stage name, "The Duke". Ward is best known as a founding member of Stuck Mojo, a popular and influential underground rap-metal band of the 1990s, but he is also known as lead guitarist of heavy metal band, Fozzy.… Read More

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1969 Birth Born on January 16, 1969.


1989 20 Years Old In 1989, Ward formed Stuck Mojo along with bassist Duane Fowler and front man, Bonz. … Read More
1995 26 Years Old After finally receiving a recording contract with Century Media Records, Mojo released its debut album, Snappin' Necks in 1995. … Read More


1999 30 Years Old In 1999, Ward formed Sick Speed, with singer and guitarist Dale Steele, Mojo bassist Dan Dryden and Mojo drummer Frank "Bud" Fontsere. … Read More
2005 36 Years Old 1 More Event
In early 2005, performing under the stage name "The Duke", Ward released My Kung Fu is Good, his debut solo album with Spitfire Records, which grew from demos he had recorded the previous year and performances at the Atlantis Music Conference in Atlanta, Ga. … Read More
2006 37 Years Old Stuck Mojo today is known most for their 2006 song, "Open Season", which sparked controversy in the American media in general. … Read More
2008 39 Years Old In early 2008, Stuck Mojo signed with Napalm Records and re-released Southern Born Killers along with three new tracks. … Read More


2015 46 Years Old In 2015 Ward stated on his website that he had begun writing demos for a new Stuck Mojo release. … Read More
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