Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
The band concentrated on the swing of the 1940s and '50s, playing clubs and lounges in their early years. The band launched two CDs, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Watchu' Want for Christmas? under their own label (Big Bad Records) before getting their big break when their songs "You & Me & The Bottle Makes Three Tonight (Baby)" and "Go Daddy-O" were featured in the 1996 comedy Swingers. From there they were signed by Capitol Records. With Capitol the band released Americana Deluxe (also known as a second Big Bad Voodoo Daddy) and This Beautiful Life. The band has continued their tours, performances and album releases Save My Soul, Live, and Everything You Want For Christmas, with one high point being their appearance at the 1999 Super Bowl half-time show. Over the last few years, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy has experienced great success playing on the Pops programs of American Symphony Orchestras and regular US tours. Most recently, BBVD released a tribute album titled How Big Can You Get?: The Music of Cab Calloway. As part of the live concerts promoting this recent album, the band continues to perform new material, including the track "5-10-15 Times I Love You" which frontman Scotty Morris says will be recorded as part of a new album in early 2011. Band Members: * Scott Morris "Scotty" (vocals and guitar) - core member * Kurt Sodergren (drums and percussion) - core member * Dirk Shumaker (string bass) - core member * Andrew Rowley "Andy" (baritone saxophone) - core member * Glen Marehevka "The Kid" (trumpet) - core member * Karl Hunter (saxophone and clarinet) - core member * Joshua Levy "Josh" (piano) - core member * Tony Bonsera (lead trumpet) * Alex Henderson (trombone) (also part of The Brian Setzer Orchestra) ** Ron Blake (former lead trumpet) left Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to go on tour with Green Day.
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