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Voodoo Highway - Hidin' Out With The Blues (2011)

2-08-2014, 06:12
Music | Blues | Rock

Voodoo Highway - Hidin' Out With The Blues (2011)

Artist: Voodoo Highway
Title Of Album: Hidin' Out With The Blues
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Voodoo Highway
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:27 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


1. Why
2. Wolves At My Door
3. Don't Go Lookin' For Trouble
4. Walmart Killed Main Street
5. Hidin' Out With The Blues
6. I Land On My Feet
7. Been A Long Time, Baby
8. 'cuz I'm The Man
9. Mental Health Day
10. Bad Girl
11. Voodoo Mama

Bob Rynone (lead guitar, vocals)
Dana Stewart (vocals, percussion, rhythm guitar)
Dave Lesso (bass)
Tom D’Angelo (drums)

Voodoo Highway is a bluesy, funky, rockin’, jazzy, groovin’ rock/blues band based out of Binghamton, NY. Their debut album “Hidin’ Out with the Blues” has found success on Internet radio and FM stations from coast to coast and in England–four tracks have hit number one on listener-voted monthly Top 10 lists, and and they’ve had at least one song on a Top 10 list for over a year and a half. Featuring powerhouse performances, soulful grooves, and passionate-but-focused improvisations, they love to spread good vibes through their mix of rippin’ rock, blazing blues, cool reggae, smooth soul, and even a little bit of country. The band combines experienced musicians from different genres, offering classic guitar tones, a creative rhythm section, and a sound that will take you on a trip through timeless music–echoing from Yasgur’s farm through the decades and resonating deep in your soul. So set aside your troubles, leave your blues at home, and come take a ride with Voodoo Highway.

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