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Rock - Hard Rock | Belfast, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 5   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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We are Bad Voodoo from Belfast in Northern Ireland & we play hard hitting groove rock.

On the 2nd of February 2011 we released our first single 'Repeat Offender' which was recorded & produced in our own studio by our guitarist Leeroy Crane & was mastered at the world famous Abbey Road Studios by Steve Rooke. We are currently in the process of recording our debut album which will be released later this year.

Bad Voodoo are Leeroy Crane (guitarist, producer), Rab Meharg (vocalist, bassist) & Gaffer McNabb (drums, percussion). The band formed in late 2009 originally as a sideline project but because of the chemistry between the members it swiftly became the dominating musical force in their lives. Since then being in Bad Voodoo has consumed every waking moment of its members existence. We as a band are dedicated to the future development of our music & the groove rock experience.

All three band members have been involved in the music business for over twenty years, preforming gigs in the UK, Europe & the United States. We have also worked in area's of the industry as diverse as recording engineering, DJing, lighting rig assembly & front of house sound.

Over last two decades the band members have had several recording credits to their name. In 2004 Leeroy Crane & Rab Meharg recorded & released the album 'Gimmie Some Truth' under the name 'The Graffiti Junction'. Leeroy Crane has also recorded with & produced 'Bring It EP' with 'Last Known Addiction' & the album 'Songs About Everything' with 'Rainbow Corner' as well as having worked with several other artists as a recording engineer . Gaffer Mc Nabb has recorded three EP's with the band 'Fat Buddha' & also recorded with solo artists 'Aaron Brady' & 'Mark Graham'.