Posts Tagged ‘Aaron Williams and The Hoodoo’

Underrated Bands: August 2017

In the August edition of Underrated Bands the spotlight is put on The Soul of John Black, Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo, plus Freddy and the Phantoms.

Top 5 Live Albums of 2013

2013 is headed for a close and it’s a year in which many artists took to the stage to release live albums. Blues Rock is a genre meant to be played for a live audience and these five bands were voted by the staff of Blues Rock Review as having the best live albums of […]

Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo: Live Loud Harmony Review

Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo have released a live recording, Live Loud Harmony, that does a good job of capturing the high energy of their unique mash up of blues, rock with a little rockabilly attitude that has gained them a loyal following in the Midwest. It’s a unique, energetic take on the blues best […]

Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo Interview

Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo have been making a name for themselves on the blues rock scene in the Midwestern United States with their entertaining live shows and a style affectionately known as “blues and roll.” The band just released a new live album titled Live Loud Harmony and continue to tour relentlessly. Aaron Williams joined […]

Album Releases: July 2013

July’s Album Releases video features new albums from Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Buddy Guy, Dana Fuchs, the Dirty Streets, and Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo.

Aaron Williams Blog: Welcome to the World of the Hoodoo

I’m gonna tell you how it is, how it REALLY is. The road to stardom starts in your basement…sometimes you have to go back to move forward. I front the band Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo. A blues and roll trio out of Madison, WI. We feature the rawness and goodness of the cigar box […]

Aaron Williams And The Hoodoo: 10:49 Review

10:49 is the sophomore release from Aaron Williams And The Hoodoo. The Hoodoo consist of Eric Shackelford on drums, “Z” on bass, and Aaron Williams on guitar. While Williams fronts the band and is the main vocalist, each member takes turn singing lead vocals, which is a refreshing twist.

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