Straight from the Sonoran Desert of Phoenix, these five free thinkers Joshua Michael (Vocals and Lead Guitar), James Brown (Guitar), Joey Brown (Bass), Josh Brown (Drums), and Self Knowledge (DJ) use blues/rock as a platform to incorporate their multi-generic and inspirational creations. Conquering much of the desert landscape in an unbelievably small amount of time, Ebinezer continues to impress and spin heads.
Voodoo Swing gets into deep water in upcoming “Linda Lee” music video. What such crime could justify this cruel punishment?
Voodoo Swing is Shorty Kreutz on lead guitar and vocals; Walter Spano on drums and and Tommy Collins on the doghouse double-bass. Their unique style of “rip-it-up” Rockabilly first attracted England’s Nervous Records in 1993. Voodoo Swing’s debut album “We’re Usin’ Code Names!” is followed by a second album, “Well, Okay Then!” released on Netherlands’ Rockhouse Records label. The band also scores the soundtrack for the Lowrider documentary “Low and Slow” as well as for the full-length feature film “Rockabilly Vampire”. In 1998, Shorty is awarded “Best Electric Guitar Player” by Salt Lake’s City Weekly Magazine reader’s poll. In the early years, the band headquartered in Salt Lake City. After a long hiatus, the band regrouped in Phoenix and since then released, “Greasers Por Vida”, “Refried Voodoo Beans”, “Keep on Rollin’”, “Fast Cars, Guitars, Tattoos and Scars”, and “To You My Friend”. This summer they will be taking their grease and guitars on tour in Europe.
Arizona based Ben Anderson unleashes via Chromodyne his second-wide release, painting rich contemporary nuances with an Oscar Wilde touch of brooding darkness.
Music is the beautiful combination of structure and artistic expression. Singer songwriter Ben Anderson writes and performs with balance as his mantra. Anderson’s gift for strong melody, harmony, and lyrical content is consistent, even if his sound ventures into other styles of music.