We had an amazing time hosting the Italian Invasion Fall 2018 with Italian rock violinist extraordinaire, Andrea Di Cesare! Two shows at the Cyber, a jam at Ransom, a jam at Red’s, a radio interview, and a show at the University. We already miss him and can’t wait to have him back again!
Next up for Voodoo Highway is the hosting of Italian Invasion Fall 2018 with Italian rock violinist extraordinaire, Andrea Di Cesare! This will be Andrea’s fifth time back in Binghamton, and this time he’ll be accompanied by Italian DJ Kyra. In late November and early December, he will play several shows with DJ Kyra and with Voodoo Highway, as well as a Grateful Dead show with Voodoo Highway & Company. Full details available on our FB event page, here.
Hope to see you at one or more of our upcoming indoor or outdoor shows this summer! Make sure to mark your calendar for the festival we are once again hosting on Labor Day Weekend (Sunday, 9/2), the Rock and Roar Music and Arts Festival, to be held in the amphitheater at Ross Park, co-sponsored by the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, Guitar Center, and I Heart Radio. Join us for a full day of great live music, vendors, bbq, and artists from the Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier, who will be live painting all day among the vendors and also throughout the zoo. Musical lineup includes Nate Gross and Devinne Meyers, Fordham Road, Next to Kin, Raibred, and of course Voodoo Highway.
We are deep into festival planning mode these days, with three festivals just in May that we are planning/hosting! Mural Fest (Floral Ave Park in JC on May 5), Grateful for the Dead (Hickories Park, Owego, May 12), and of course Marathon Music Fest Binghamton (all along the Herald of Victory Marathon course in Binghamton, with a finish line party at the courthouse, on May 27). Stay tuned for details as we fill in the schedules of these and our other summer festivals/series/events.
Wow, wow, wow–our Grateful Dead Tribute weekend (recreating the set list of the Broome County Arena ’77 show) was more fun than we could begin to describe. Standing room only and a Dead-loving crowd both nights (at the Binghamton University Downtown Center and at the Cyber Cafe). Huge thanks to all who came out and also to the various local media outlets for helping to get the word out and covering the event! We had so much fun we’re going to do another Dead show at the CyberCafe on Dec. 22–A Very Jerry Christmas. In the meantime, we have plenty of videos from both nights on our Facebook page.
Review of the show in the Pipe Dream here
In-depth pre-coverage of the show in the Press & Sun Bulletin here
Pre-coverage of the show on Newschannel 34 here
WHRW-FM Radio interview with acoustic versions of several songs here
A shout-out in The Triple Cities Carousel here
Night 1 of our Grateful Dead Tribute weekend is in the books… and it surpassed our every expectation! The Binghamton University Downtown Center was packed to the gills with an all-ages, music-loving crowd, and the atmosphere was super-charged with positive energy and fun. Can’t wait to do it again tonight at the Cyber Cafe! You can see a few photos from night 1 here, and we hope to have more–plus video–soon.
We are thrilled to announce a special, two-night event coming up. On November 3rd & 4th, Voodoo Highway & Company will be presenting a tribute to the Grateful Dead’s 1977 Broome County Arena show on the weekend of its 40th anniversary. We are especially excited to announce that bassist Rob Wenig, formerly of JGB (Jerry Garcia Band), will be flying in from California for the weekend to play the shows with us. We will be playing the set list from the Broome County ’77 show in its entirety on Friday at 6 in the Binghamton University Downtown Center (directly across from the Arena), with an encore performance Saturday night at 9pm at the Cyber Cafe (176 Main St., Binghamton). The Friday night show is sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs at Binghamton University. Help us spread the word, and we’ll hope to see you there!