Serious voodoo from the masters of contemporary swing
The jazz-blues-and-swing combo that touched off a whole new craze for classic American dance music in the 1990s is back with new music! Big Bad Voodoo Daddy took its name from an autograph blues guitarist Albert Collins scrawled on a poster for BBVD leader Scotty Morris in 1989. With thousands of appearances in the U.S. and overseas over the last decade, the band became known for delivering a good time more reliably than just about anybody else. Almost anything can happen in a Big Bad Voodoo Daddy concert—such as the world's only male-vocal version of the Blue Lu Barker classic "Don't You Feel My Leg." You don't want to miss this chance to pick up a copy of the brand new BBVD album, "Louie Louie Louie."