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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Voodoo Saints at Chloe's Cup Jazz Night


Voodoo Saints at Chloe's Cup Jazz Night


Alabama Music Office.com goes to Chloe's Cup in downtown Tuscaloosa, Alabama to attend a performance by the Voodoo Saints. Tuesday night is jazz night in Tuscaloosa and the Voodoo Saints set the standard for jazz that puts a smile on your face.

The Voodoo Saints are a New Orleans style Dixieland Jazz trio that are based out of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  The group is comprised of Nathan Holaway on soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet, and vocals; John Holaway on acoustic guitar, resonator guitar, banjo, and vocals; and Adrian Marmolejo on upright bass and vocals.  When you hear all three of us together, it's more satisfying than a fresh beignet and cafe au lait.  The Voodoo Saints have only been together since 2010, but in that short time we have played for The Bama Theatre, The Kentuck Arts Festival, The Alcove International Tavern, Evangelines Restaurant, Carmelo Cafe, Chloes Cup Coffee & Teas, Dickens Downtown, The Harrison Gallery, The Arboretum Plant Sale, as well as many weddings and other private functions.  Our love for New Orleans culture is transparent in our delivery of the music.  Our hot jazz group's main mission is to provide more than enough fun, cheer, and positivity to make even the hardest working professional forget about the cares and woes of their day.  At any given performance, you could hear songs by Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Danny Barker, Jelly Roll Morton, Dr. John, the Neville Brothers, Professor Longhair, or Buckwheat Zydeco.  So come see us next time we're performing and we're pretty sure you'll leave  saying "These three guys know how to get down and they make you feel like everyday is Mardi Gras Day. "

Laissez Le Bon Temps Rouler! (Let The Good Times Roll), Voodoo Saints​

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