2013 marks the 20th Anniversary of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's
remarkable arrival onto the music scene, and the high-energy,
nine-piece ensemble still continues the party, urging fans across
the globe to shake and move to their inimitable grooves and to
expand their horizons with new musical inspiration and influence.
Leader of the band, Scotty Morris, says “There’s an integrity that
comes from writing and playing songs the way folks did in the old
days…Our fans always know they’re getting the real thing from us
and true emotion that comes from the heart.”
After first gaining mainstream popularity with their breakthrough
performance in Swingers, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy have gone on to
become one of the most popular touring bands on the road today.
BBVD now carries on the tradition of the legendary big bands and
orchestras by touring non-stop, performing over 100 concerts each
year around the world. Like the Glen Miller Orchestra, Benny
Goodman, and the Count Basie Big Band, BBVD sell out shows to
audiences of all ages in cities as far flung as Honolulu, HI, St.
Petersburg, FL, even making an appearance at last summer’s Pori
Festival in Finland.
Don't miss your chance to see Big Bad Voodoo Daddy live at
the Union County Performing Arts Center.