Why See Big Bad Voodoo Daddy?
Journey back to the golden era of swing with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Theirs is a world populated by sharp-suited mobsters and high-class dames, and it's an impossibly cool sound which has seen the band's popularity just keep on rising for over two decades. Formed in 1989 by Scotty Morris, they were at the forefront of the 90's jazz and swing revival, spearheaded by the movie Swingers, which featured a couple of group's tracks. In total the ensemble have produced nine studio records and have also played the Super Bowl Half Time Show (alongside Stevie Wonder and Gloria Estefan).
The group are embarking on an extensive North American tour this year and you can catch them at Phoenix Symphony Hall in Phoenix, AZ, Closed April 15, 2017. There isn't a dress code, but a pinstripe suit wouldn't look out of place!
Performance date: 14 April 2017
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