Phish To Offer Free Webcast Of Tomorrow Night’s Show At The Nutter Center

first_imgAfter a three-night tour opener in Chicago, Phish will head to the Wright State University Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio tomorrow night. The show also marks the band’s first return to the venue since their legendary 1997 performance. The band is all warmed up and ready to share their music with fans near and far, and will share a free webcast of tomorrow night’s show. From Dayton, Phish will head to the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, PA before descending upon New York City for thirteen nights at Madison Square Garden.Listen to the legendary 12-7-97 performance below, as uploaded to YouTube by @fromtheaquarium:Tune in tomorrow night at 7pm ET for the free webcast:The band also announced that they will webcast all thirteen nights of the Baker’s Dozen run at MSG, available for purchase as individual nights or with a Baker’s Dozen pass and in HD and SD format, and made the streams available for pre-order here.[Cover photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G.]If you’re heading to New York for Phish’s 13-night Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden, don’t miss all the incredible late night shows going on in the City during the run! Check out Our Official Guide To Baker’s Dozen Late-Nights for all the info.Live For Live Music Phish Baker’s Dozen Run Late-Night ShowsJuly 21 – The Werks @ American Beauty (tix)July 21 – The Motet @ BB King Blues Club (tix)July 20, 21, & 22 – Twiddle @ Irving Plaza (tix) *July 22 – The Werks @ American Beauty (tix)July 22 – Circles Around The Sun @ Gramercy Theatre (SOLD OUT)July 23 – Circles Around The Sun (early brunch show) @ Brooklyn Bowl (tix) #July 25 – Turkuaz at Irving Plaza (tix) *July 28 – Dopapod @ Gramercy Theater (tix) *July 28 – James Brown Dance Party  – 2 Shows @ Highline Ballroom (early tix/late tix) *July 29 – Dopapod @ Gramercy (tix) *July 29 – Perpetual Groove @ BB King Blues Club (tix)Aug 2 – Matisyahu @ The Cutting Room (tix) *Aug 3 – Greensky Bluegrass w/ Marco Benevento @ Ford Amphitheatre At Coney Island Boardwalk (tix) **Aug 4 –  “Kraz & Taz” – Eric Krasno Band w/ Brandon “Taz” Niederauer Band @ The Cutting Room (tix)Aug 5 –  Spafford @ BB King Blues Club (tix)* (L4LM & CEG Presents)**(L4LM & Live Nation Presents)# (L4LM & Brooklyn Bowl Presents)last_img read more

moe. To Go On Indefinite Hiatus Starting August 1st As Rob Derhak Seeks Cancer Treatment

first_imgSad news has come out of the moe. camp today, with the recent announcement that the band would be going on an unplanned hiatus starting August 1st. After being diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer last week, Rob Derhak will be starting treatment in early August. moe.’s upcoming summer shows falling after August 1st will be canceled, though the group still plans to perform their two remaining shows in July (7/21 NYC, 7/28 Huckleberry Jam) as well as their appearance at Lockn’ Festival with Phil Lesh. More announcements about the group’s upcoming tour with Railroad Earth will be announced in the next few days as they continue to sort out logistics. You can read Rob’s letter to fans below, which was paired with the email announcement of the group’s hiatus. So much love and well wishes to Rob as he enters treatment. We love you!A letter from Rob:Early last week I was diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer. Although I’d known something wasn’t quite right for a while, I wasn’t expecting to get this news. The prognosis is good, and the survival rate is high. Unfortunately the treatment will be rough on my body, and my voice. I will be out of commission for the foreseeable future, which means, moe. will be going on an unplanned hiatus. My treatments will begin in early August, and I will not be available for our planned summer tour. I’m very happy that we, as a band and a fan base, were able to successfully bring moe.down back this Summer and I thank you all for your support. My love for our music, my band mates, our crew, and all of you continually grows and I hope to be back on stage doing what I love to do sometime soon. Until then, know that I’m in good hands, and I’m forever grateful for all of your support.Your Pal,Roblast_img read more

PREMIERE: West End Blend Shares Video For Psychedelic Soul LP Title Track, “Attitude”

first_imgBrass-drenched Connecticut octet West End Blend has quickly grown outside the Northeast as they have begun to make their transition into a full-time touring operation. After hundreds of shows, countless miles on the road, and endless hours in the studio, the 8-piece ensemble has honed in on their own version of retro funk and unrelenting soul. Fronted by vocalist Erica T. Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Behind her, the Blend packs two guitars, a horn section, bass, keyboards and drums onto stages every night. From humble beginnings in an epic, sweaty, funky basement dance party, the Blend’s goal has always been to bring that same atmosphere to each and every show they’ve played since, including their tuns sharing the stage with the likes of Charles Bradley, Turkuaz, Break Science, Kung Fu, Twiddle, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, The Nth Power, The Motet, and more.Watch The Video For West End Blends Funky New Tune, “Smile” [PREMIERE]On October 30th, West End Blend will be releasing Attitude, their most anticipated album to-date. Ahead to the release of their new album, Live For Live Music is excited to premiere the tripped-out psychedelic soul party music video for the album’s title track. The tune is more than just a preview of what to expect from the upcoming album–it serves as the de facto debut of the band’s reenvisioned sound, vibe, and for lack of better words, Attitude.Listen To West End Blend’s Exciting New Album “Say Hey!,” Streaming In Full [Premiere]As vocalist Erica T. Bryan explains, “We’re so excited about this release. Our chemistry together is stronger each year, whether its on stage or during the compositional process, and we wanted to reflect that in this new album. We want to be a force at every show and it’s exciting when our audience feels what we feel on stage. So after months of deliberating on an album title naming it after the ‘Attitude’ track just seemed to make sense. It doesn’t hurt either that over the past year we’ve been fortunate to work with amazing people in places that have allowed us more freedom to realize some of our many crazy ideas. Hopefully some attentive listeners will hear the influence of our R&B roots from earlier albums, and get a small taste of the direction we see ourselves heading in.” Check out the exclusive premiere of the new music video for West End Blend’s “Attitude” below:For more information of West End Blend’s new album, their upcoming tour dates, and more, head to the band’s website.last_img read more

Vulfpeck Releases New Album “Mr. Finish Line” With Annual Vulf Pledge Drive [Watch]

first_imgVulfpeck has officially released their new album Mr. Finish Line, featuring 10 gloriously guest-filled tracks. Mr. Finish Line features vocal contributors Antwaun Stanley and Christine Hucal, legendary session guitarist David T. Walker, Danish vocalist Coco O., legendary session drummer James Gadson, funk bassist/singer/songwriter and member of Parliament Funkadelic Bootsy Collins, drummer for Prince during The New Power Generation era Michael Bland, Game Winner keyboardist/vocalist Charles Jones, vocalist Theo Katzman, keyboardist/saxophonist Joey Dosik–leading vocals on his first-ever Vulf recording–and guitarist/honorary 5th member Cory Wong. Following last year’s The Beautiful Game, 2017’s Mr. Finish Line is finally here after another huge year for the band, which saw them sell out international clubs all summer long.Watch Chris Thile & More Cover Vulfpeck On ‘A Prairie Home Companion’While four of the album’s greatest selections were pre-released, the remaining six tracks present several layers of quintessential Vulf. From the quirky harmonies of “Mr. Finish Line” to the upbeat symmetry of “Tee Time”, the unforgettable lyrics in “Business Casual”, the heart-pounding feels of “Grandma”, and the bass moves in “Captain Hook”, the band’s seventh release places itself right in line with Vulfpeck’s growing trajectory. The infamous clarinet solo from “Back Pocket” makes not one, but two appearances in “Mr. Finish Line” and “Business Casual”, creating a feeling of comfort, consistency, and reprise, as well as exponential growth. Hosting more musical guests than any album previously, Vulfpeck’s Mr. Finish Line opens up the quartet’s stage to an even bigger audience for them to perform. With no dates currently on the schedule, we can’t wait to see what Vulfpeck has in store for 2018.In celebration of all this, Vulfpeck will host their Annual Vulf Pledge Drive tonight, November 7th, at 6pm ET. The telethon will begin with an official “Mr. Finish Line” dance tutorial, followed by an appropriate “purple root vegetable shootout.” The livestream will conclude with a performance by the “premiere vulfpeck cover band in the greater LA area.” All expectations should be left at home for the Annual Vulf Pledge Drive. Head to the band’s Facebook page for your own viewing pleasure.Listen to Vulfpeck’s new Mr Finish Line below:last_img read more

Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters To Release “Live At David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption” Concert Film

first_imgRobert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters will release Live At David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption on DVD & Digital Video on February 9th, 2018. The concert was filmed as part of David Lynch‘s inaugural Festival of Disruption, one of Los Angeles’ most anticipated cultural events, and took place at the Ace Hotel Theater in October 2016, raising funds for The David Lynch Foundation.With a set including a new take on beloved Led Zeppelin classics, stripped down versions of “Black Dog” and “Whole Lotta Love” are met with a rapturous response from the packed theater audience, with whom Plant enjoys a genuine rapport. Also included are “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You” and “Going to California”, alongside solo standouts “Turn It Up”, “The Enchanter/Rainbow”, and “Little Maggie”.The upcoming concert film will serve as a rare opportunity for fans to witness the legendary frontman as they’ve never seen or heard him before. This David Lynch-curated event aims to feature artists with “knowledge and mystery”–undoubtedly Robert Plant has an abundance of both. Proceeds from the sale of this DVD will benefit the David Lynch Foundation.Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters Live At David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption Track listing:1) Poor Howard2) Turn It Up3) Black Dog4) Medley: The Enchanter / Rainbow5) Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You6) Little Maggie7) Medley: Hoochie Coochie Man / Whole Lotta Love / Mona8) Going To CaliforniaBonus Features include:1) David Lynch on Creativity2) David Lynch on Meditation3) David Lynch on Musiclast_img read more

Kyle Hollingsworth Announces New Solo Album & ‘Ground Score’ IPA

first_imgToday, Kyle Hollingsworth, keyboard impresario of The String Cheese Incident, has announced a new solo, 50, marking Hollingsworth’s first solo album in four years and his fourth studio album to date. 50 is slated for release via SCI Fidelity on March 2nd, 2018, and will be supported by a number of home state performances in Colorado. With Hollingsworth’s 50th birthday on the horizon, the twelve-track album takes its name this landmark year and offers up the keyboardist’s reflections on the past half-decade.50 will also see guest cameos from Andy Hall of The Infamous Stringdusters, The Motet Horns, Jen Hartswick, DJ Logic, Jason Hann, Kim Dawson, Darren Kramer, Paige Sandusky, and Tanya Shylock. In a statement, Hollingsworth offered up some thoughts about his upcoming release 50:We were able to explore and work together as a unit versus the other albums, where I would just bring them the songs and they would perform them as I told them to. I was able to be a lot more creative in the studio with my current lineup of musicians. I would show up with a smattering of ideas and say, ‘I think this is what’s gonna happen,’ and we’d sit down and knock out three or four songs together.In addition to this new album, Hollingsworth will embark on a mini-tour of Colorado’s Front Range (Fort Collins, Denver, and Boulder) across March 1st through 3rd to support the project. He will also be nationally releasing a collaborative beer with SweetWater and Relix Magazine called Ground Score IPA, Limited Edition Dank Tank Brew, which will be debuted on February 7th at Brooklyn Bowl with a launch party. Afterward, it will be available for retail across the country starting on February 12th. For tickets to any upcoming shows or to pre-order Kyle Hollingsworth’s 50, head over to his website here.50 Track Listing01. Onset02.  Wyatt Earp’s Tale03   Let Me In04.  All Falls Apart05.  Finding Our Way06.  Prime07.  Stuff08.  Tumbling09   Come On10   So Fine11.  Take The Ride12.  OffsetUpcoming Kyle Hollingsworth Tour Dates7-Feb, Brooklyn Bowl^, Brooklyn, NY8-Feb, StageOne, Fairfield, CT9-Feb, Funk ‘N Waffles, Rochester, NY10-Feb, Funk ‘N Waffles, Syracuse, NY1-Mar, Aggie Theatre*, Fort Collins, CO2-Mar, Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*#, Denver, CO3-Mar, Boulder Theater*#%, Boulder, CO24-27-May, Summer Camp Music Festival, Chillicothe, IL^ Ground Score IPA Launch Party with BIG Something* Kyle Hollingsworth Band with special guests Hot Buttered Rum# Kyle Hollingsworth Band featuring Michael Kang, Jennifer Hartswick & The Motet Horns% Mountain Sun presents a very special birthday set with Kyle & friends[Photo: Ojeda Photography]last_img read more

Eric Krasno Welcomes Cory Henry & Jon Batiste For 1st Night Of Blue Note Run [Photo]

first_imgPhoto: Capacity Images Photo: Chris Capaci Load remaining images Photo: Capacity Images When it comes to live music in New York City, every week is special. This week should prove to be particularly notable, as Eric Krasno (Eric Krasno Band, Lettuce, Soulive) brings his friends along for a three-night run at one of New York’s most famous jazz clubs, Blue Note. Eric Krasno & Friends are doing two shows a night (8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.) through Wednesday, March 21st, with a different special guest announced for each night.For the first night of the run, on Monday, Krasno welcomed special guest Snarky Puppy organist Cory Henry and surprise performer Jon Batiste. The house band consisted of Chris Loftin (Brian McKnight) on bass, Louis Cato (Jon Batiste and Stay Human, the house band on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) on drums, and Nigel Hall (Lettuce) on the keys. As Nigel mentioned to the crowd before they took the audience on a funk journey, along with Krasno, this band was formerly known as Chapter 2.Seeing a show at Blue Note is unlike many shows because everyone is seated at a table, making for a more interesting dynamic between band and audience. To kick off the set, the band ripped right into a funky jam, with Chris Loftlin getting the crowd involved and clapping. Krasno had heads bopping at every table, as he offered some super funky guitar riffs while Nigel layering in some synthy rhythms.Before launching into the second song, “Be Alright”, Nigel told the story of how the number led him to initially get involved with Krasno. Nigel had been living in Bangor, Maine, at the time, and Kraz called him to play on a song. Nigel thought it was Ryan Zoidis of Lettuce messing with him and almost hung up the phone. Apparently, Zoidis is notorious for playing pranks. Once he realized it wasn’t a joke, Krasno sent him “Be Alright” to listen and add to, and Nigel fell in love with it. And it was understandable why: Nigel took us to church with his soulful voice, and everyone in the crowd was feeling alright.Four songs in, and the special guests in the crowd began to join the band onstage for sit-ins. First, it was Cory Henry, who joined Nigel Hall on the keyboard rig. They played a song originally written for Nick Daniels III and Dumpstaphunk called “Don’t Change For Me”. The joy in the room was evident, as Nigel could be seen slapping Cory on the back, and the audience, though seated, never stopped bopping and grooving.A couple of songs later, Jon Batiste was invited to join the group onstage. Batiste stepped in to join Nigel on the keys, and Cory Henry joined Krasno in the center of the stage on the harpejji. Rumor has it that Batiste did not sit-in during the early set, so this was a special treat for only attendees of the late show. The six of them stayed onstage together throughout the remainder of the set, which lasted four more songs. When the band finally launched into the Buddy Miles classic “Them Changes”, the energy was electric, and people clapped and sung along.It was a special Monday night of music in Greenwich Village. Watching such a talented, unique, diverse group of musicians onstage jamming together is quite an experience, as you can tell how much fun they are having exploring where they can take the music. As the band continues to warm up over the next two nights, Krasno will add in other special guests to the mix, including Questlove and Robert Randolph. You can check out photos from last night’s show below, courtesy of Chris Capaci.Photo: Eric Krasno & Friends | Blue Note | New York, NY | 3/19/2018 | Credit: Chris Capacilast_img read more

The Magpie Salute Announces 2018 Tour With Gov’t Mule & Avett Brothers

first_imgBack in late 2016, Rich Robinson of the The Black Crowes announced a brand-new project called The Magpie Salute. Joining him for the new band, Robinson recruited former Black Crowes members, guitarist/vocalist Marc Ford and bassist Sven Pipien in addition to Rich Robinson Band member Joe Magistro and The Magpie Salute’s lead vocalist, John Hogg.Today, The Magpie Salute has added a number of tour dates across 2018, detailing a number of headlining performances, festival sets, and supporting gigs for Gov’t Mule and The Avett Brothers. These performances come in addition to the band hitting the studio, where they’re currently working on their untitled debut album that is due out this year.The Magpie Salute’s upcoming summer tour kicks off on July 8th at Thunder Bay, Ontario’s Thunder Bay Blues Festival. From there, the group will support Gov’t Mule and The Avett Brothers for a number of dates in the Northeast before landing in Peekskill, New York’s Paramount Hudson Valley Theater for a headlining gig on July 17th. After headlining shows in Waterloo, New York, and Fairfield, Connecticut, The Magpie Salute will reconvene with Gov’t Mule and The Avett Brothers for three dates in late August. Closing out the recently announced dates, The Magpie Salute has five headlining performances in September, with the last of their announced dates falling at Bourbon & Beyond Festival in Louisville, Kentucky.You can check out The Magpie Salute’s upcoming tour dates below, and head over to their website for more information.MAGPIE SALUTE – 2018 TOUR DATES7/8 – Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Bay Blues Festival7/12 – Wantagh, NY – Jones Beach Theater^7/13 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center^7/14 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center^7/16 – Peekskill, NY – Paramount Hudson Valley Theater7/19 – Waterloo, NY – Del Lago Resort & Casino7/21 – Fairfield, CT – Warehouse8/23 – Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center^8/24 – Chicago, IL – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre^8/25 – Detroit, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre^9/8 – Ardmore, PA – Armore Music Hall9/12 – Fredericton, CAN – Harvest Jazz & Blues Fest9/13 – Portland, ME – Aura9/15 – Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino9/23 – Louisville, KY – Bourbon & Beyond Festival^ – With Gov. Mule & The Avett BrothersView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

Toto Releases Cover Of Weezer’s “Hash Pipe” Following Weezer’s Bizarrely Realized “Africa” Cover [Listen]

first_img…And here’s Weezer’s original version for comparison:Weezer – “Hash Pipe” The saga of @WeezerAfrica continues today, as 80’s hitmakers Toto have released their reciprocal cover of Weezer‘s “Hash Pipe”. The existence of the track was revealed by Toto guitarist Steve “Luke” Lukather recently on Los Angeles radio station KROQ.In case you haven’t been following along with the surreal series of events surrounding Weezer, Toto, and an enterprising Twitter account reportedly run by a 14-year-old named Mary, here’s a quick recap: Over the past year, the @WeezerAfrica Twitter account has led a valiant effort to convince Weezer to record or otherwise perform a rendition of Toto’s “Africa”. The campaign picked up momentum in recent months, with Weezer first trolling fans by performing Toto’s “Rosanna” in late May.After the Rivers Cuomo-led “Rosanna” cover went viral, the band eventually acquiesced to the Internet’s request, performing “Africa” to close out the month. They later released their rendition of “Africa” as a single—with a screenshot of @TweezerAfrica’s initial tweet as the single art—and the cover’s popularity and amusing backstory have since made it Weezer’s highest-charting hit in years. Toto’s own Steve Porcaro even joined Weezer on Jimmy Kimmel Live! for a rendition of “Africa” back in June. Now, Weezer regularly includes the song in their live shows to the wild excitement of their fans. On Wednesday, they even welcomed Weird Al Yankovic to shred an accordion solo on their rendition of “Africa” at the L.A. Forum.Last month Lukather and Porcaro explained that Toto had been planning cover of a Weezer song since Weezer’s initial Toto covers went viral. In the KROQ interview, he talked about the band’s reactions to the @WeezerAfrica hysteria, noting,We had just gotten back from the road. … But I was here, home, in my studio, where I’m happiest, and I saw all this action going on with “Africa”. They had released “Rosanna,” they did “Africa.” I sent Luke an e-mail on the road—he was in Europe. I said, “Come on. We gotta return the favor. Let’s pick out a tune and send it right back to ’em.”He continued, noting how the band eventually landed on “Hash Pipe” to cover.You know, we listened to “Beverly Hills.” … I wanted to maybe even do a real “Africa”-type version of that—I was thinking about for a minute. But you know what? We wanted to make it different, but we wanted to do something rock ‘n’ roll. I wanted to show everyone what a good rock n’ roll band we can be. I love the band. I love their music. [Joseph Williams] and I were listening to different ones trying to figure out which ones he’d like to sing and we settled on “Hash Pipe”.In response, Lukather added,I thought “Hash Pipe” had a better melody. … I love the message, you know what I mean? … And we wanted to do it justice. We wanted to do our thing to it, but still pay respect to it. And we added a couple of our kitschy little things to it, which I hope that they laugh [at]. We wish we could be in the room when they hear it.Lukather also offered some more details on how Weezer’s initial cover came about and what he thought of their rendition, explaining,Their manager reached out and asked, “Would you guys mind?” Mind?! Please. Are you kidding me? Kick ass on it! I actually reached out to Rivers on Twitter like, “Hey man, thanks a lot.” I don’t know if it’s a piss-take or not, but it’s a win-win for everybody. …Our music has such little nuance. We spent so much meticulous time. These guys stood this shit up in an afternoon. And let’s face it: they kicked ass on it. I think Rivers has a great voice. And the way they did the harmonies with the auto-tune in there which gave it a kitschy thing. I didn’t know if I was gonna like it or not. I thought they were going to make fun of us. …We love the thought of maybe some Weezer fans checking out Toto a little deeper, and, you know what? At the same time, I love the thought of maybe some snooty Toto fans checking out Weezer, loosening their wigs a little bit and enjoying some good rock and roll.So what’s next? Weezer/Toto mash-ups? A joint performance? Who knows. The whole saga is stranger than fiction, anyway. But it does seem to have some serious legs. We’d bet this isn’t the last time you’ll hear Toto and Weezer mentioned together.You can listen to Toto’s cover of Weezer’s “Hash Pipe” below via Spotify and Apple MusicToto – “Hash Pipe” [Weezer cover]last_img read more

Previously Unheard Woody Guthrie Recording Of ‘Hoodoo Voodoo’ From 1950s Resurfaces [Listen]

first_imgA lost recording of a slightly inebriated Woody Guthrie singing “Hoodoo Voodoo” has been unearthed to see the light of day. The grainy, two-minute demo showcases the long-deceased folk artist singing away on the then-unfinished song, which was one of many he left behind before passing away in 1967.The old recording was recently re-discovered within the archives of famed writer, Shel Silverstein, and also features Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Sonny Terry. According to reports, the trio recorded the raw song idea back in 1954 during a session for Folkways Records executive, Moses Asch. Both Guthrie and Elliot had apparently been enjoying some adult beverages prior to the recording, which could explain some of the ad-lib lyrics heard sung by Woody throughout the track. The recording has since been verified as completely authentic by The Woody Guthrie Archives.A re-imagined version of the song was given the music parts by Wilco and British singer Billy Bragg for a 1998 album of unfinished Guthrie material titled Mermaid Avenue. The album had been commissioned by Woody’s surviving daughter, Nora Guthrie, who at that time was the Director of the Woody Guthrie Foundation and Archive. The 1998 version also featured current and previous Wilco members including John Stirratt, Ken Coomer, Jay Bennett (who has since passed away), and American reggae musician Corey Harris. Wilco’s alternative Americana arrangement of the old tune is clearly a much livelier recording compared to the bare minimum production of Guthrie’s original version.It is also reported that the alcohol-inspired recording sessions from 1954 were taped during the time when Guthrie was dealing with Huntington’s disease, which would later lead to an early death at the age of just 55 13 years later in 1967.Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy recently released his own new solo album earlier this fall titled, Warm. The singer/guitarist is scheduled to head out on a U.S. solo tour early next year starting in late February and continuing into the spring months. Tickets for the 2019 tour can be purchased by clicking here.Fans can listen to both the original and re-imagined recordings of “Hoodoo Voodoo” in each of their respective versions via the videos below.Woodie Guthrie – “Hoodoo Voodoo” – 1954 Demo[Video: Rolling Stone]Billy Bragg & Wilco – “Hoodoo Voodoo” (Woodie Guthrie Cover)[Video: Rubber Soul][H/T Variety]last_img read more