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Richard Cagle and the Voodoo Choir (Houston, TX)
I am often amazed by the number of Texas musicians that attain notoriety in European countries before getting any attention here at home… Case in point - Houston based Richard
Cagle and the Voodoo Choir spent some time recently in the top 100 on the Denmark Blues Music Chart with their song " You Got The Shake" from the CD "Texas Voodoo Blues". - No Depression

"Richard Cagle & the Voodoo Choir is rocking the house with their recently released CD, "Texas Voodoo Blues" chocked full of unstoppable vibrant and energetic songs creatively crafted with down home Blues and an attitude of hard rock. Cagle's vocals are rootsy and melodic while his exceptionally fine quality cast of musicians clearly defines what chemistry is all about within a band. This group brings infectious bouncy bluesy beats and well written lyrics to life on "Sally Sue," You Got the Shake," or "Sweet Marie" which also features an awesome guitar solo. Bringing the beat down a notch, "Black Hearted Woman" still retains an aura of bluesy feel with soulful keys, softer drums, and sweet walking bass line. Check out the guitars on "Mystery Moon" as it playfully interplays with the gruff and tough vocals. Fans of Stevie Ray Vaugh and ZZ Top will want to add the superb collection of Texas style rockin' Blues of "Texas Voodoo Blues" as this album will surely please and is well worth listening to." -

LL Cooper (Austin, TX)
LL Cooper is led by veteran guitarist, producer, and singer-songwriter Larry Cooper, originally from Houston but now based in Austin. The critically acclaimed Cooper has released three records of Texas roots-rock: Old Hardin Store Road (2007); Tucson (2009); and the newly released Dust Devil (2014).

“Six Nominations, Houston Press Music Awards, 2007-09 including "Best Songwriter", "Best Roots-Rock", and "Best New Act".” Houston Press

“Reminiscent of The Bottle Rockets, Uncle Tupelo/Son Volt, and Alejandro Escovedo, Cooper's not kidding around on lyrics like 'When the bottle's your only friend, you're coughing up the blood, and your lungs will start to flood'"” Chris Gray - Houston Press

"LL Cooper's Old Hardin Store Road plays like a sparkling amalgamation or world-weary, road tested genres...Cooper's balance of humor and heartache make it an engaging expression of lyrical emotion." Joey Guerra - Houston Chronicle

"...the kind of voice that sticks with you; it's deep, dark, with a sly touch of sarcasm." - Sara Cress -

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