The Mojo Boneyard Recording Studio Was Established in 1997 primarily
as a vehicle forr Bonedog Records. Since then it has steadly
grown into a full service audio facility.
   Founder Jeffrey Ingersoll has been in the music industry since the
early 70's, when he started his career in concert production while
working for Danny Kresky Productions and later Electric Factory
Concerts. During this period he bagan playing in local R&B and
Funk bands including Bad JuJu and The Rhythm Kings.    
   In the early 80's he founded the highly successful group, Bon Ton
Roulet and started his first studio. During this period he worked on
diverse types of media projects. He did jingle work for some of the
larger ad agencies in Pittsburgh, wrote & produced, news & theme
music for television station KDKA, soundtrack music for a
Westinghouse product film, produced a film video for MTV's fabled
Basement Tapes, national NPR award for theme music for radio
WDUQ's 40th anniversary, and received two In Pittsburgh music
awards for Bon Ton Roulet's Big Game Hunter album and Phillip
Harris' Somebody Else's Dream album.Jeffrey received a degree
in music business in 1991.
    In 1992 he founded the Mojo Boneyard a multi media company.
The Mojo Boneyard Inc. includes: An Ebay store under "HEADBONEDADDY" of Soul, Rhythm
& Blues, Blues, Jazz, Gospel and early Rock & Roll records, a
recording studio, Bone Dog Records and music publisher
Bone Ami, BMI.