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We are very excited to announce the lineup for our Labor Day Weekend music festival, Rock and Roar at the Ross Park Amphitheater, presented by McDonald’s. It will be a day full of great music in a variety of genres. We have several new bands on the bill this year, including Binghamton University band Pool (2-time winners of the University’s Battle of the Bands), the great jam band Raibred, folk-rock favorites Next To Kin, and award-winning singer-songwriter Bess Greenberg. These groups will be joining returning musicians Woodshed Prophets, Devinne Meyers, and of course, Voodoo Highway. In addition, our new Grateful Dead tribute project, Voodoo Highway & Company will be making our debut at the festival. There will also be artists set up all around the festival and throughout the zoo. So if you’re within striking distance, mark your calendars and join us for a day of music, art, vendors, and great BBQ by Saucy Hog.


Voodoo Highway Live
So many shows coming up! Check out the Tour Dates tab for the full schedule, and make sure to like us on Facebook (click here!) to get all of our latest updates/pictures/videos, etc. And check out this amazing write-up local radio personality Big Wally gave us, here

Voodoo Highway on YouTube
Check out our YouTube channel here, or click on the “Music” tab above for a few samples. We’re always adding more; feel free to drop us a line at with any specific requests, and we’ll do our best to oblige….

Here’s a clip from one of our shows with world-renowned rock violinist Andrea Di Cesare:

And an impromptu rendition of Rapper’s Delight. Not our usual fare, but–you know–sometimes we do like to get a little funked up!

Voodoo Highway on the Radio

We were very psyched to learn recently that we had been profiled on FM radio station WSKG. Check out the piece here.

Peace, Love, and Live Music,

Voodoo Highway


If you’re new to Voodoo Highway, please make sure you check out The Flood page for a free download of Mother Floodin’ Blues (written by and recorded with our friend, Tom Egan) as well as for info on how you can donate to charities who have been helping local flood recovery efforts, and more. And don’t miss our Walmart Killed Main Street video on YouTube: