Saturday, March 22, 2008

Doin' That Hoodoo That You Do So Well


Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls
Rhythm Disease
2001




Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls evolved from a
series of jam sessions which included members
of some of the Minneapolis/St. Paul
area's top acts. Paul Mansky (Boogiemen),
Paul Bergen (Molly and the Heymakers),
Tony Kamana (G.B. Leighton) and Tom
Coursolle (You and Who's Army) chose
Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls as their name based
on the band's penchant for country, rockabilly
and various Louisiana musical styles
and foods.
Playing an energetic blend of Rock, Rockabilly, Blues,
R&B, Country and Zydeco has led to the band being
described as "Rickpile jamming with Ray Charles at an
after-hours party in New Orleans." If you are a fan of
raw, rockin' grooves, pounding boogie piano and twangin'
guitar, Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls will have you saying,
"Hubba, Hubba!" in no time. The band has released two critically acclaimed CDs, Hubba Hubba and Rhythm
Disease. They have opened for such
diverse acts as Los Lobos, (former Rolling Stone) Bill
Wyman & The Rhythm Kings, Lonnie Brooks, NRBQ,
Sonny Landreth, and Eddie Money, in addition to two
European tours.





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2 comments:

Toxxy said...

Thx very much T, I'll definitely have a listen to this one :-)

Trustar said...

Toxxy!

Good to hear from you my friend. Thanks for checking it out.

T