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OT: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Chris Link

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Its been years since I saw them. Truly incredible that they have the same line up for 25 years. I cant recommend their holiday show enough if they happen to be in your area.



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I was in a band with Dirk the bass player decades ago. All local guys from the Ventura Santa Barbara area. Nice to see them continue to succeed.

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Just saw them in Cleveland a few weeks ago. Somehow, we got seats right next to the stage. Could have grabbed the piano player's ankles. Great show. Incredibly tight band. Every solo was inventive and fresh.



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I have a soft spot for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. That 'Americana Deluxe' album that hit in 1998 while I was in high school was a huge gateway into jazz for me. I remember trying to transcribe 'The Boogie Bumper' and having it be just too damn hard for me at the time. Great tunes, playing and, because of 'Swingers', a truly important band for a hot minute.


Thanks for the rec, I would love to check out their live show.

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